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Early guitar works (ca. 1770 to 1800)
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Theo Jul 21, 2021.

Introduction to Gaspar Sanz 'Instruccion de musica sobre la guitarra' (1674)
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeff Rolando Feb 13.

Blank tablature paper for baroque guitar
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Thomas Tallant Apr 11, 2020.

 

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Jeff Rolando replied to Thomas Tallant's discussion Introduction to Gaspar Sanz 'Instruccion de musica sobre la guitarra' (1674)
"Thanks for sharing this possible translation"
Feb 13
Jeff Rolando replied to Thomas Tallant's discussion Introduction to Gaspar Sanz 'Instruccion de musica sobre la guitarra' (1674)
"Thanks for sharing these two possible translations"
Feb 13
Theo replied to Thomas Tallant's discussion Early guitar works (ca. 1770 to 1800)
"Hi Thomas, You can find some on IMSLP. Cheers, Theo"
Jul 21, 2021
Thomas Tallant replied to Thomas Tallant's discussion Early guitar works (ca. 1770 to 1800)
"To clarify:  I have compositions by Merchi, Doisy, and Vidal, but not by Bailleux and Baillon or other contemporary guitarist-composers.  Thanks,"
Jul 21, 2021
Thomas Tallant posted a discussion

Early guitar works (ca. 1770 to 1800)

Can anyone post any scans of solo guitar works by early guitar composers such as Antoine Bailleux and Pierre Joseph Baillon? Or perhaps direct me to online sources. Pieces by other composers from this period would also be welcome. I can't find music for guitar (usually five-string or five-course) by these composers.Much appreciated.See More
Jul 21, 2021
Thomas Tallant replied to Thomas Tallant's discussion Introduction to Gaspar Sanz 'Instruccion de musica sobre la guitarra' (1674)
"Yes, this is very helpful. Thank you, Thomas"
Dec 5, 2020
Monica Hall replied to Thomas Tallant's discussion Introduction to Gaspar Sanz 'Instruccion de musica sobre la guitarra' (1674)
"I don't think it sheds any light on whether players played with their nails. Alfonso is not expressing an opinion about whether this is desirable or not. He may simply be using the word "unas" to refer to the finger tips. I have…"
Dec 4, 2020
Thomas Tallant replied to Thomas Tallant's discussion Introduction to Gaspar Sanz 'Instruccion de musica sobre la guitarra' (1674)
"Monica, I haven't fount a translation yet; Strizich is the one I'd rather consult. I'm glad you added this extra information. It helps a lot. Thomas"
Dec 4, 2020

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At 22:22 on July 13, 2008, pat o'brien said…
With the exchange rate what it is domestically built theorbos are very much in demand among young students. That should be easy to sell and no one can afford to order from abroad these days. That should be good for the progress of domestic building.

I always re-cut the nut spacing one instruments, both for myself and in various arrangements for students of widely differing sizes and repertoires. Make it your own.

Boone is lovely although the last time I was there it was in a snowstorm on the first days of Spring some years ago. My former student Dan Swenberg often goes up there for vacation to a cabin owned by his parents, I think. Have you ever been in touch with Gary Boye, who is, I think at the State University there?

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At 2:46 on July 12, 2008, pat o'brien said…
Hi,

I just joined here and was pleased to find you! Whose guitar are you holding there?

ob
At 20:53 on May 17, 2008, Rob MacKillop said…
Hi Thomas. Glad to see you here. Hope you can contribute some of your sound files sometime?
Cheers, Rob
 
 
 

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