Dear guitarists, I've just added two recordings I've made on a terz guitar in French 19th century style, strung in gut, made by Martin de Witte. Think a tiny Lacote :-)
Together the recordings are the first of the Six Divertissements from Pierre Porro's Instruction Elementaire de la Lyre-Guitare (ca 1810). The recording was made by Ben Stuyts. I'd be interested in opinions about the piece, the playing and the recording!
I'm thinking of recording all six Divertissements (this is the first one, and they get progressively more difficult), probably on a full size 19th century guitar.
So, let me know what you think! Regards, Jelma