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Kapsberger Canario

Started Jul 14, 2008

songs with renaissance guitar

Started Jul 10, 2008


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I play lute and guitar related early plucked instruments from medieval to baroque period.

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At 18:39 on January 24, 2009, Rocky Mjos said…
Juan Pira's discussion on finding scores has created a nice improvement to our Ning group. There is now a new menu tab, a listing of scores, and links to the various member pages where the scores can be found. For the time being I will be maintaining the the score list. Let me know if you have any suggestions/corrections for improving the list.
At 15:11 on September 5, 2008, Niklas Mellberg said…
Terve! Kiitos, vaikuttaakin kivalta! Ihme etten ole törmännyt aikaisemmin tähän. Saan muuten toivottavasti reilun viikon päästä Stradivarikopion kotiin.

At 14:09 on July 8, 2008, Timo Peedu said…
Hi Martyn,
If the store has uncolored feathers choose them. The coloring makes the feather weaker and effects to the flexibility. Check also that the shaft doesn't have any bends or weak points. Cut the feather where the shaft is about 2 millimeters thick and then shave the plume. If the feel is too stiff, cut the shaft little from the tip until the flexibility is what you desire. The shaft is solid, so the tip needs only sanding to make it smooth. I'll make a new feather this week and take photos of the process. I hope this helps.
At 18:54 on July 3, 2008, Valéry Sauvage said…
About Morlaye and the corrections made, the only example I have is the Villanesque, and yes, I play the full chords added...
It seems from the foreword that we don't know who made the additions as the list of contents, and the other one who add a german lute tablature in the middle of the book, but it seems to be during the second half of XVI century.
At 21:43 on May 27, 2008, Trond Bengtson said…
That's alright.
At 16:02 on May 26, 2008, Trond Bengtson said…

I found the music in de Visee's complete work edited by Robert Strizich, I just wrote it back in french tab.
At 21:24 on May 22, 2008, Timo Peedu said…
Thanks Martyn.
At 17:33 on May 19, 2008, Rob MacKillop said…
Welcome, friend. Now we can begin.

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