"As much of the music is polyphonic, I suggest learning Fuenllana's 2-part music. By trying to articulate two voices, you will learn a lot about what makes this music tick. And they are wonderful pieces."
"I don't know of any. I wish someone would do one, interpreting the published instructions. I did a stupid one, while I was just fooling around one morning. You might get something out of it: http://youtu.be/gArlVOJW4ME but it is not something…"
Thanks for your note. I'm glad to hear the harp lute is getting some more playing, it was in bits when it came to me and I wasn't sure until it was all glued up if it would be a viable playing instrument - it certainly surprised us all when it was done. With Rosemary Hodgson's help we got a good stringing for it and it has been going strong ever since. Hope you're enjoying it.
Hi Rob. I was quite inspired by Gordon's guitar playing on Saturday. I'd always thought of the 4-course guitar as not much more than an instrument for providing chordal accompaniments - but apprently not!