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Lhoyer Opus 31, Duo Concertants
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Thomas Tallant May 20.

Works for two baroque guitars (De Visee)
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Peter Sinnaeve Dec 29, 2017.

 

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Thomas Tallant replied to Thomas Tallant's discussion Lhoyer Opus 31, Duo Concertants
"Thanks for that tip. I've written to him. Thomas"
May 20
James Westbrook replied to Thomas Tallant's discussion Lhoyer Opus 31, Duo Concertants
"I’m sure Erik Stenstadvold would know. You can contact him at the Norwegian Academy of Music"
May 20
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Lhoyer Opus 31, Duo Concertants

Can anyone help me find out which library collection holds the original score for Antoine Lhoyer's Opus 31, Trois duos Dédiés à Madame la Princesse De Croÿ-Solre?Thanks,ThomasSee More
May 20
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Matiegka Opus 30 (guitar and cello)

I am looking for a downloadable copy of Matiegka's Opus 30, Fantasia in Forma di Serenata, for guitar and cello. Does anyone know where this piece can be found?Thanks, ThomasSee More
Mar 19
Peter Sinnaeve replied to Thomas Tallant's discussion Works for two baroque guitars (De Visee)
"And a Sarabande with a contrepartie in Médard's Pièces de Guitarre too."
Dec 29, 2017
Thomas Tallant replied to Thomas Tallant's discussion Works for two baroque guitars (De Visee)
"Thanks for this helpful information, Monica. It's interesting that there seems to be such a small proportion of the surviving music for baroque guitar that is written for two guitars. TT"
Dec 29, 2017
Monica Hall replied to Thomas Tallant's discussion Works for two baroque guitars (De Visee)
"The gavotte was included in Pieces de theorbe et de luth (1716) in staff notation. It is not in the guitar books. It is included in various manuscripts, some for lute and others for guitar and in different keys. The Vaudry de Saizenay ms. also…"
Dec 29, 2017
Thomas Tallant replied to Thomas Tallant's discussion Works for two baroque guitars (De Visee)
"Did Devisee not compose the Gavotte Rondeau and Contrapartie from VM7 6222?"
Dec 29, 2017

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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?

ob
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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