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Renaissance guitar strings
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Started this discussion. Last reply by gilles T Jul 5.

Moravske manuscript (Logy/Losy)
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Daniel Shoskes Jan 7.

Lute to Romantic Guitar
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Marek Cupak Jun 26, 2016.


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Galliarde by Morlaye for Renaissance Guitar

A bouncy galliarde from Book IV of Guillaume Morlaye's renaissance guitar collection. Performed by Daniel Shoskes on a 4 course Renaissance guitar
Aug 30
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Paduane "au ioly bois" by Morlaye for Renaissance Guitar

A setting of the song Au Joly Bois as a solo Pavanne from Book IV of Guillaume Morlaye's renaissance guitar collection. Performed by Daniel Shoskes on a 4 co...
Aug 12
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Pimontoyse by Adrian LeRoy for Renaissance Guitar

One of the more famous pieces for Renaissance guitar. The Pimentoyse is from Adrian Le Roys's third book of guitar music. Written first simply then with dimi...
Jul 21
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Hornepipe d'Angleterre by Guillaume Morlaye for Renaissance Guitar

" Great! And sounds great too! What about a dance or chanson from Phalèse's collection, Belgium advanced to the semi finals as well...? Not sure about Croatian or Russian music for ren guitar though..."
Jul 7

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About me:
I play mostly lute, but like banging on a baroque guitar, especially for continuo.

My Scores

Santiago deMurcia

Folias Gallegas
La Jota
Prelude por la E

Francesco Corbetta (errors fixed 2/26/09)




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At 0:21 on May 11, 2015, Stewart Cherlin said…

Daniel I am interested in the Santiago de Murcia pieces, especially La Jota. During the mid 1970's I studied with Pat O'Brien in Brooklyn. I saw the Youtube video of his performance of Murcia pieces and was reminded of his joy in playing, teaching, researching, and of course performing. I sorry to hear about his passing. 

my email is stewart.cherlin@gmail.com

At 16:13 on December 5, 2014, Soo Hyun said…

I would receive it with great joy

Thamks a lot


At 8:09 on December 5, 2014, Soo Hyun said…

Thanks for the scores. 

I am searching for Murcia's Jota, but i seems that your score disappear. 

And did you found a numeric copy of the Santiago de Murcia's Códice Saldívar no. 4 ? The book is verrrrrry rare & expensive !

Thanks a lot again

At 9:44 on March 2, 2009, David Paul Rowe said…
Hi Daniel,

Are you going to add the Allegro to the Santiago de Murcia prelude? In fact the whole suite is an amazing piece.

At 14:17 on February 24, 2009, Juan Pablo Pira said…
Thank you for your scores. Especially for the great passacaglie.
At 1:46 on January 25, 2009, Rocky Mjos said…
Thanks, Daniel. I've now corrected the PDF.
At 18:40 on January 24, 2009, Rocky Mjos said…
Juan Pira's discussion on finding scores has created a nice improvement to our Ning group. There is now a new menu tab, a listing of scores, and links to the various member pages where the scores can be found. For the time being I will be maintaining the the score list. Let me know if you have any suggestions/corrections for improving the list.
At 16:50 on January 2, 2009, Rocky Mjos said…
A very nice performance of the Morner Chaconne, Daniel! I hope you will enjoy your new instrument, too.
At 14:11 on July 15, 2008, Monica Hall said…
Yes - I can do that! It is possible to convert them to Midi files - but they sound awful!
At 13:56 on July 15, 2008, Monica Hall said…
Sorry - yes. As far as I know the only way to post it is as a PDF. You can only open Django files if you have the Django programme.

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