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At 19:07 on September 4, 2012, Jean-Francois Delcamp said…

bien volontiers !

At 23:18 on March 22, 2012, soizic said…

Merci Patrig.  A bientôt.
Soazig

At 12:11 on March 24, 2011, Jelma van Amersfoort said…
Hoi Patrig, thanks for the response. The guitar in the recording is the guitar in my profile pic. It is lovely, but a little bit hard to play. I am going to make a 'proper' recording of the piece soon.
At 10:16 on March 24, 2011, Eamon Sweeney said…

Hi Patrig

Thanks for your kind comments. My thesis is not published yet (beyond the Library of DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama in Dublin, Ireland). I hope to get it up on the web for all to see in the near(ish) future. Sadly, as of yet, my French is rudimentary. I had to make use of translators in my research work.

At 16:55 on March 6, 2011, Lars Hedelius-Strikkertsen said…

Thank You.

And thanks to google translation. I'm sorry to say that I dont speek french, so I'm using google to translate it.

 

At 10:25 on November 12, 2010, Alexandros Kalkos said…
Dear Patrig,
it is not always easy to keep in touch with so many different instruments, musical styles and repertoires but this year I intend to present them all in the same concert-lecture about the evolution of the guitar! It is an amazing journey...!!
At 11:29 on June 9, 2010, Alexander Batov said…
Oh dear, I'm so sorry to hear of your broken arm!
I will surely let you know when I've got a 'romantic guitar' to try. As much as I like the appearance and woodwork of Lacote guitars, my favourite model (i.e. sound wise) still remains that of Stauffer.
At 11:02 on June 9, 2010, Alexander Batov said…
We should have been friends long time ago, shouldn't we? All best wishes!
At 9:41 on April 14, 2010, antoine vincent said…
bonjour,
les deux guitares sont de Luciano Faria à San Paulo.
Manuel Morais et moi nous sommes retrouvés dans le même hotel pour prendre livraison de nos instruments. Il y a une copie d'une guitare portugaise du XVIII et une copie inspirée de la Coch du Musée de la Villette ... J'ai vendu cette dernière qui est désormais dans les mains de TImo Peedu, un autre memebre du groupe.

Pour les Tonos humanos de Marin, c'est un truc qui me manque et je voudrai bien avoir une copie de l'original aussi ... Si ca se produit je fais circuler bien sûr !
At 21:25 on January 23, 2010, Frederik de Wolff said…
Merci beaucoup!
At 22:51 on November 10, 2009, Dubois Jean-Bernard said…
Merci . Navré d' avoir manqué à ce point de civilité en ne répondant pas illico à votre message de bienvenue . JBD
At 17:03 on October 12, 2009, Harry Jess said…
I will send you some more pictures and a sound clip later this evening, Patrig. Have a look under the topic started by Spencer Hart, I have included a lot of information in my reply to him that you might find useful!
Best wishes
Harry
At 12:51 on October 12, 2009, Harry Jess said…
Hello Kernoa,
God dag! Nice to hear from you and your interest in my Panormo. If you provide me with your e-mail I can send you some more pictures and information together with a sound clip, which I also have sent to others who were interested. I can of course give you information and pictures on this forum as well, but I don't know about the sound clip....
Best wishes
Harry
At 7:25 on September 28, 2009, Stéphanie FORET said…
Merci pour votre message de bienvenue,
et au plaisir!
At 15:25 on September 20, 2009, maurizio scavone said…
Tnk for welcome i am very happy about this site , i study only baroque guitar and Sing baroque Style
At 15:42 on September 9, 2009, DAVIDE REBUFFA said…
I live in Biella, not far from Torino and Milano, if you happen to be in North Italy you are welcome
At 15:23 on September 9, 2009, DAVIDE REBUFFA said…
They have both been recently restored by Andrea Sibilio who works in Alessandria. I played the Voboam for the first time after the restoration last summer and the Sellas only three months ago. They have a completly different sound: the Sellas has a soft and bright sound, thin soundboard and bars, string lenght is 68. The Voboam has a thick top and very dark sound but much more louder than the Sellas. String lengh is very short: only 623 mm, probably shortened in the past.
At 16:21 on June 22, 2009, Sylvain Bergeron said…
Tout ce que je sais sur Granata se trouve sur le site de Gary Boye:
http://www.library.appstate.edu/music/guitar/1659granata.html

La pièce que je joue ouvre le recueil de 1659, le meilleur à mon avis et porte le titre: Toccata (del quarto Tuono). AL SIG. CONTE CESARE PIOVENI NOBILE VENETIANO

Il y aussi des très belles passacailles, assez exigentes aussi.
Comment ça va avec le Balcarres?
At 14:20 on April 6, 2009, Rik Philippe and Brigitte said…
Merci de l'accueil !

Pour information, en ce qui concerne les "cordes grattées", nous sommes surtout axés sur la guitare renaissance, et encore "très", amateurs....
At 22:07 on February 18, 2009, Jacques Tranier said…
Bonjour monsieur le batavo-breton,

Toi qui sais tout, (qui sait?) , connaîtrais-tu une pièce néerlandaise intitulée plus ou moins (en anglais) "Sweet Saint Nicolas" ?
Je cherche l'origine d'une pièce écossaise du manuscrit Rowallan portant ce titre.
Rob m'a répondu qu'il avait trouvé (il y a 20 ans !) une concordance, effectivement, avec une pièce néerlandaise, mais qu'il n'en a pas gardé trace.
Ceci m'empêche sérieusement de dormir (presque autant que les calamités qui s'abattent sur la fac ces temps-ci !).
a bientôt, ô luthier aux doigts d'argent

Jacques

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