Early Guitars and Vihuela

A network for historic guitars and vihuelas

For all gut strung historical guitars (Renaissance, Baroque, and Early Romantic) and related plucked, fretted instruments up to c. 1850

 

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Marcos Pablo Dalmacio shared their blog post on Facebook
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Marcos Pablo Dalmacio posted a blog post

New CD is coming!

 I’m recording my first solo CD, playing with 7 different instruments: 6, 8 & 10 strings guitars, romantic, baroque,  and renaissance guitars, and vihuela.Here, one little prelude by François Campion wrote for baroque guitar, recorded at home whilst I was studying for the session record. I hope that you enjoy it! and renaissance guitars, and vihuela. https://soundcloud.com/marcos-pablo-dalmacio/campion-prelude…See More
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Marcos Pablo Dalmacio posted a status
"Prelude by François Campion (baroque guitar) I hope that you enjoy it! https://soundcloud.com/marcos-pablo-dalmacio/campion-prelude"
5 hours ago
Gerhard Penn posted a discussion

Giuliani op. 24

This is the theme from Mauro Giuliani's variations for violin and guitar op.24. The publication of the work can be dated to 1811. Recently I found that another composer used exactly the same theme for variations (violin, flute, clarinet, viola, cello and piano-forte) . It comes from a manuscript of an unfinished composition which is tentatively date to 1818/1819. I'm wondering if somebody knows the theme and its composer. It might be Giuliani's own inventions, it might be from somebody else.…See More
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Alexander Dunn replied to Alexander Dunn's discussion J C Bach song
"I suspected as much. Thank you for the clarification!"
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Jelma van Amersfoort replied to Alexander Dunn's discussion J C Bach song
"Hello Alexander, The part that says 'guitar' is in fact the guitar part, or rather, the guitar arrangement. Parts for English guitar are often (just) melodic and have the words of the original song written in. They look very thin to us,…"
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Alexander Dunn posted a discussion

J C Bach song

An English guitar question. In reviewing the score for Bach's song  'Blest with Thee my Soul's Dear Treasure' (ca. 1780), the score is in Eb, with appended parts for an arrangement for two German flutes in G, and then the vocal melody with text in F, with the word 'Guitar' printed above. There is no guitar part. Thoughts?…See More
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Giuliani op. 24

Started by Gerhard Penn in General Discussion 7 hours ago.

J C Bach song 2 Replies

Started by Alexander Dunn in Early Romantic Guitar. Last reply by Alexander Dunn yesterday.

Panormo Model For Sale

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Kresse Lacote model for sale 3 Replies

Started by Yutthasak Komjornkijborworn in For Sale / Wanted. Last reply by Lars Hedelius-Strikkertsen May 20.

Guitar by B. Kresse after L. Panormo 1843 for sale 3 Replies

Started by Theodor Hassel in For Sale / Wanted. Last reply by Yutthasak Komjornkijborworn May 20.

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About the EG&V Ning Network

This Early Guitars and Vihuela Ning network was created by Rob MacKillop on May 17, 2008. The current Network Creator is Rocky Mjos and additional Administrators are Jelma van Amersfoort and Andrew Hartig.

Created by Rob MacKillop May 20, 2008 at 12:30pm. Last updated by Rocky Mjos Mar 13, 2010.

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