"Sorry, I do not know what you mean by Vihuelista...
But anyway if it is not a strumming accompaniment it does not make much difference really... it should be just loud enough not to be covered by singer.
As per continuo... genrally…"
"Thanks for replying Yuri,
I would use it for Vihuelista pieces that require accompaniment.
The University I am planing to attend has a continuo course that often turns into a baroque ensemble of sorts and I want to be able to…"
"Let's figure it out step by step
1) First scale and tuning... 60 cm and G tuning is most common today I believe (just as renaissance lute).
If you doubt about convinience, put a capo on the 3rd fret of your guitar and play some vihuela…"
"Thanks, gang. I did eventually find out what Madame R. Sidney Pratten intended by these symbols. For other who might be interested they are all found in her method.