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Hello, I am desperately looking for Santiago de Murcias "Passacalles y Obras de guitarra..." (1732) which also contains some transcriptions of Corellis op. V for Violin and B.c.
There was a facsimile edition by Editions Chanterelle, Monaco, but it is unfortunately out of print.
Does anyone have an idea where to find it, printed or in the internet? Can´t find it anywhere. I would love to play especially the Corelli pieces which sound really, really funny on the baroque guitar when you know the original... (there is a CD played by Wiliam Waters).
Dear Cogg, thanks a lot for your answers, and for your giga attachment... it will give me the chance to start to practice, and until I reached your fish, (perhaps in a year) the rest of the "obras" may be available in the internet as you guessed ;-)
I do not agree with your opinion about your own tabulature handwriting - ist far from beeing to squashed up and very nice - unfortunately you seem to have it removed from this page before I could save it. That´s why I saved your corelli immediately ;-)
Thank you, Stefan
this would really be lovely! Thanks a lot! Stefan
this is very kind, thank you!