"Not Dutch, but from the Low Countries (or 'Southern Netherlands', if you wish) nevertheless: Jacques de St Luc on baroque lute and François Le Cocq on baroque guitar would probably be more appropriate per your time…"
"The vertical line between the d and r (or c if you wish) indicates that they need to be played simultaneously. The b and a in the 4th measure too, but this is probably not indicated because there's less ambiguity; the / between f and d in the…"
"The example on page 68 is just a (form of a) petite reprise, imho. Corbetta appears to do that this way in quite a few other pieces, so it would look intentional to me, but also (more conventionally?) from the very last chord to four measures…"
""Varii Capricii" is easily available from SPES (it also contains another pretty Sinfonia with BC, btw).
There's a transcription (tab & figured bc, in contrast with the original, and score) in James Tyler's Guide to Playing…"
"Not a specialist, but I'd think that's just your regular 4-3 cadence or progression, adding a 3 on the first course to your C (D) chord, followed by a trill (the T) or something similar, before resolution into the A (G) chord. Hence 3…"
"I'm not an expert, but...
- the ./. sign is only used when it's preceded by a higher note on the same string, so I'd start with that note and use a trill (the final ./. is an arpeggio of course).
- the x looks an upper mordent to me."
"You should just hear his playing with Private Musicke... My favorite is the one with Parisian love songs (with Stephan van Dyck), but their latest one ("Il labirinto della chitarra") and the one with Magdalena Kozená are…"
"I've ordered new yellow nylgut strings for my newly acquired 2nd hand baroque guitar (having nylon strings first) from http://www.lepointdaccroche.com/ in Paris last week (the site appears to be down right now though).
I just specified…"
I'm an amateur lute player (7-c renaissance & 13-c baroque), and just started to play on the baroque guitar; I'm still playing traverso (baroque & 6-keyed) as well as recorder from time to time. In "real life", I'm an MD PhD working in an academic hospital.