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Early 19th century guitar music in Munich
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 Somebody on a lute discussion board recently posted links to music in the Bayerische StaatsBibliothek online catalogue (of downloadable music).I was looking through the catalogue and came across…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jelma van Amersfoort Nov 23, 2012.

What's happened to Wayne's lists?
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Anyone know what has happened to the lute list, vihuela list etc?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Roman Turovsky May 20, 2011.

 

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Stuart Walsh replied to Jörg Hilbert's discussion Renaissance guitar recordings?
"Jocelyn Nelson and Amy Bartram: Ma Guiterre Je Te Chante (songs and solos)"
Feb 19
Stuart Walsh replied to Steve Walter's discussion Robert de Visée Trio arrangement of guitar suites
"Do you mean the suggestion that "the guitar plays the original solo while its treble and bass are reinforced by the other instruments" is not practical? But there is a repertoire for (Baroque) lute which is just this: lute pieces…"
Feb 5
Stuart Walsh replied to Steve Walter's discussion Robert de Visée Trio arrangement of guitar suites
"I have a vinyl LP from 1979 which includes three suites from de Visée's Suite de Pieces mises en concert pour dessus et basse (1716) -  which the liner notes claims follow on from the pieces with treble and bass parts in the earlier…"
Feb 3
Stuart Walsh replied to Cogg's discussion ? 'Flonflon', 'Mariez moi', 'Pierre Bagnolet'...
"And there are Brunettes for voice and cythre ou guitthare allemande (J. Carpentier, 1770s) "
Jan 7
Stuart Walsh replied to Lars Rosager's discussion Doizi de Velasco pdf?
"A very interesting site: there is also quite a lot of information on the 18th century guitarró  (a cavaquinho/machete/timple-type instrument) here too."
Jan 4
Jelma van Amersfoort commented on Stuart Walsh's status
"It's also available on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pH_nbCu8QJE That harp-lute is amazing!"
Dec 21, 2014
Stuart Walsh posted a status
"video and transcript of Christopher Page's third lecture on the guitar in 19th century England. (harp-lute too!) http://tinyurl.com/kamtqsv"
Dec 21, 2014
Juan Pablo Pira and Stuart Walsh are now friends
Dec 18, 2014
Stuart Walsh left a comment for Roberto Moniz
"I was very interested to read about the machete on your blog (using Google translate). The chordal tuning is similar to some 18th century instruments but that might be just coincidence. Who was Mrs Christopher? I would like to see more pages from…"
Aug 8, 2014
Stuart Walsh replied to Valéry Sauvage's discussion Morlaye and more...
"I seem to remember reading (a long time ago) that there were lots of little errors in the de Rippe pieces. Do you have to edit them quite a lot?"
Jul 13, 2014
Stuart Walsh commented on Stephen Kenyon's video
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Mr Isaac's Maggott; a Playford tune from Princess Anne's 'Lute' book.

"Hello Stephen. I really enjoyed all your performances of these Playford pieces. I find them sometimes surprisingly difficult (as they are just little country dances tunes) - especially this one (especially bars 15 and 17). Princess Anne must have…"
Jun 5, 2014
Stuart Walsh commented on Jörg Hilbert's video
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Le Cocq: Gavotte for baroque guitar

"Very enjoyable playing!"
Apr 30, 2014
Stuart Walsh commented on Patrick Broekema's photo
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3 nineteenth century guitars

"Martyn, I don't think this instrument is from around 1800. Did you mean 1900?"
Mar 26, 2014
Stuart Walsh commented on Patrick Broekema's photo
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3 nineteenth century guitars

"I read through your website. You have chosen a fascinating topic and a life to explore. I have probably missed some things though. Why do you suppose the guitar is 19th century? I couldn't see any details of his music. Was it published - or in…"
Mar 25, 2014
Stuart Walsh commented on Patrick Broekema's photo
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3 nineteenth century guitars

"An interesting trio. Do you know the approximate date of the Russian seven-string? Is it currently set up as a six-string (EADGBE)? Do you play the 7-string DGBDGBD?"
Mar 20, 2014
Stuart Walsh replied to Edward C. Yong's discussion Recordings
"Jocelyn Nelson http://www.amazon.co.uk/Ma-Guiterre-Je-Te-Chante/dp/B003QVZTWE/ref=sr_1_1?s=dmusic&ie=UTF8&qid=1393417685&sr=1-1&keywords=Jocelyn+Nelson Many of the guitar books from the mid 16th century are now online and there are…"
Feb 26, 2014

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At 17:18 on April 17, 2011, Rocky Mjos said…
Welcome to the network, Stuart! -- R
 
 
 

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