How extensive is the literature for baroque guitar duets? I've heard of the Corbetta (but haven't found them online). I don't mean music for "x" plus continuo, but true BG duets.
Thanks for any info.
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I don't think it is very extensive. In addition to Corbetta's printed works, there is a workable duet combining two Corbetta and De Visee solos. Foscarini has a duet for instruments a fourth apart, a Portuguese Minuete that Budasz edited in his dissertation, and the Hertzberg pieces. I have done some editing on a couple of these pieces but they are not finished enough to upload. If you are strung with a low 5th course Merchi has duets for 5-course guitar published by SPES. I would be curious to learn of others. The trios in the De Gallot ms. are well known, and could be used as a basis for duets. Or, you could write your own second part!