" '' None of them are very helpful and players in the 17th century may well have done something more complicated in the same way that players do today. '' They could be maddeningly vague.
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"Corbetta describes how to play tepicco variations in his introduction. Foscarini has some instructions which he probably copied from someone else. There are also instructions in Millioni's books. None of them are very…"
Is there a Baroque text that gives technical details for rasgueado? You see plenty of creative variation on youtube, but I wonder what is the historical evidence? Following what I can discern from Sanz or Corbetta, it looks like either straight alternations up and down, probably at the same division as whatever the primary division for the punteado is, (eighth notes, say.) or in a triple feel, two down and one up. Is there a source that delves into this further? Likewise, is golpe accurate for…See More