Early Guitars and Vihuela

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"I look forward to hearing the forthcoming MP3s  :oD  "

Bill Samson replied Apr 9, 2012 to Coste's version of Sor's Method

18 Apr 9, 2012
Reply by Hans Kockelmans

"Hi Rob,   The URL for the rest of us is http://soundcloud.com/robmackillop/sets/twel…"

Bill Samson replied Apr 8, 2012 to James Oswald ''Twelve Divertimentis for Guittar''

2 Apr 8, 2012
Reply by Rob MacKillop

"Avoiding use of the r/h ring finger is hard for somebody brought up on classical gui…"

Bill Samson replied Apr 5, 2012 to Coste's version of Sor's Method

18 Apr 9, 2012
Reply by Hans Kockelmans

"I would guess that, as with the lute, notes could be stopped at higher positions wit…"

Bill Samson replied Mar 29, 2012 to Renaissance guitar technique?

47 Jul 2, 2014
Reply by Akira Sakamoto

"Thank you, Monica.  Much appreciated."

Bill Samson replied Mar 28, 2012 to Renaissance guitar technique?

47 Jul 2, 2014
Reply by Akira Sakamoto

"Yikes!  I'm becoming quite confused by the exchanges here, which seem to be meanderi…"

Bill Samson replied Mar 28, 2012 to Renaissance guitar technique?

47 Jul 2, 2014
Reply by Akira Sakamoto

"Thank you all for your words of wisdom!  Much appreciated.  Here is my first feeble…"

Bill Samson replied Mar 27, 2012 to Renaissance guitar technique?

47 Jul 2, 2014
Reply by Akira Sakamoto

"Hi Andrew, A bit of doggerel is worth a thousand instruction books!  :o) "Thrumpledu…"

Bill Samson replied Mar 25, 2012 to Renaissance guitar technique?

47 Jul 2, 2014
Reply by Akira Sakamoto

"Thanks Monica.  The four part chords, particularly when they repeat with an interest…"

Bill Samson replied Mar 25, 2012 to Renaissance guitar technique?

47 Jul 2, 2014
Reply by Akira Sakamoto

"Thanks for the tip.  The process should help the durability of the paper."

Bill Samson replied Dec 5, 2011 to Hole punches?

24 Dec 6, 2011
Reply by Mikko Ikäheimo

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