Early Guitars and Vihuela

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At 14:39 on June 14, 2011, Sinier de Ridder said…

Hello Davide

You can read the repportof the Sabionari's restoration here :



I stay at your disposal for more questions




At 21:29 on June 13, 2011, Sinier de Ridder said…

Yes, we will post the repport on our web-site in 2 or 3 days, time to read the translation and to add some photos…

all the best


At 15:46 on September 9, 2009, Kernoa Patrig said…
Grazie, the same for you if you happen to be in France, I live in Rouen.
At 15:28 on September 9, 2009, Kernoa Patrig said…
Merci pour l'information. I'd be glad to hear them once, who knows, when I come to Venezia...
At 18:30 on February 7, 2009, Damien Delgrossi said…
Ciao Davide,

Ho visto parecchie foto di un cistre francese, penso che vo l'avete mandate à Doc Rossi. Sono assai interessato dal questo strumento è volerebbe sapere un po di piu.
Spero di incontravo un giorno in Italia o in Corsica, è mi piacerebbe di sentire la vostra musica!
vi ringrazio è a presto,
At 7:19 on May 25, 2008, Rob MacKillop said…
Hi Davide,
I was only in Vicenza for three months about 15 years ago. Never met Terrel Stone - wish I had.
Yes, Balcarres has some beautiful music. I have recorded two cds of Scottish lute music, details on my website: www.rmguitar.info
At 23:16 on May 23, 2008, DAVIDE REBUFFA said…
Hi Rob, thanks for your email.
How long ago were you in Vicenza? have you met Terrel Stone there? I'm happy your finger is ok now, you play very well ! have you been in Italy again after that terrible accident?
I 've been listening to your Sanz and De Visee pieces and I quite like it.
I've also been playing the scottish baroque lute repertoire ( Balcarres lute book) some years ago I would to learn more about it and listen to it played by a scottish player. I don't think I have medieval solo lute recordings, I have to check.
best wishes, Davide
At 10:12 on May 18, 2008, Rob MacKillop said…
Hi Davide, and welcome to the site. I used to live in Vicenza for a short while. I was studying guitar with Stefano Grondona. While I was there I accidently cut the tip off of my middle finger, left hand, when I was cutting bread. I was told I would never play again, but after a year the feeling came back. In the meantime I had started doing research and got excited by lute music, especially the Scottish repertoire. When my finger was working again I bought a lute, and have never looked back. You never know what is around the corner.

It would be nice to hear a soundfile of your medieval lute sometime. I have one on this page:
At 9:17 on May 18, 2008, DAVIDE REBUFFA said…
I'm an italian lute, early guitars and early mandolins player, currently teaching in my hometown Biella (in north Italy ) and at Conservatorio A. Pedrollo in Vicenza (medieval Lute)

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