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At 5:35 on September 12, 2012, constantin lazar said…

First of all, thank you for permission to be member of this site. Can you advise me for a tutor for baroque guitar, please? Many thanks! cristi

At 14:54 on August 14, 2010, Monica Hall said…
Many thanks for the info! Monica
At 3:12 on October 22, 2009, Juan Pablo Pira said…
thank you... with this two pages one gets the idea of what you did to play it. Thank you again.
At 20:21 on October 20, 2009, Juan Pablo Pira said…
The Händel cantata calls for some very low bass notes. Did you move them an octave up or were they played by the keyboard?
At 20:19 on October 20, 2009, Juan Pablo Pira said…
I am not sure if Luis Antonio was aware of the Händel cantata at the time he wrote the dissertation. I believe he does not mention it at all.
At 19:03 on October 20, 2009, Juan Pablo Pira said…
Thank you for the great interpretation of the Händel cantata. Did you use a modern guitar or some other instrument? Will you be posting your F. de Gallot prelude? I would like to hear your interpretation.
JP
At 22:49 on October 19, 2009, xavier said…
merci jean marie, c'est tres gentil de votre part.
Vous etez aussi guitariste je voi,
salutationes cordiales
xavier
At 20:38 on October 19, 2009, Monica Hall said…
It was great to hear the Handel cantata. I had always assumed that it was for guitar but there was a discussion elsewhere as to whether this was really the case which was why I put the photo on my site. My friend June Yakeley performed it at a concert as long ago as 1985. Monica
At 10:03 on September 14, 2009, Jacques Tranier said…
... veinard ! la retraite, enfin, en bon ordre, sur des positions préparées à l'avance, ça c'est de la stratégie !
At 9:46 on September 14, 2009, Jacques Tranier said…
... ben oui ! et en plein dans le mur !
At 14:06 on July 30, 2009, OlivierL said…
Bonjour Jean-Marie,
alors ce cd de "ADue Liuti" ?? Je n'en peu plus d'attendre !
At 11:44 on February 8, 2009, Damien Delgrossi said…
Bonjour M. Poirier,

Votre musique est superbe, ça fait un moment que je connaissais votre nom mais je ne connaissais pas votre musique il me semble, et quelle merveilleuse surprise!
Mon instrument est une cetera, un cistre corse de 8 choeurs doubles, fabriquée par le luthier Christian Magdeleine www.liutera-magdeleine.com installé dans la très belle citadelle de Bastia. Je suis très heureux que ça vous plaise.
Au plaisir de vous lire, et de vous rencontrer,
@ bientôt
Damien
At 14:01 on January 28, 2009, Kernoa Patrig said…
Qui nous aurait dit, qu'un jour, nous nous retrouverions sur un site consacré à la guitare?
Les voies du Seigneurs sont impénétrables...
At 14:45 on October 3, 2008, Alexander Batov said…
> At the time (years ago...) I recorded the Fuenllana I didn't have a vihuela yet, so I used my baroque guitar strung like a 5 course vihuela according to Fuellana's instructions ;-)...

There is absolutely no fault in recording this Fuenllana piece on the baroque guitar. In fact, it would be, at least from acoustical point of view (and that's what mostly matters here!), pretty much the same instrument as the vihuela.
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Those pictures by Daniel Rabel are really fascinating, bearing in mind they came from such an early date. Thanks a lot again for publishing more of them! Because the numbering is now changed, it the one with "Chantres Grenadins" that I had in mind earlier and which depicts a theorboed guitar. Well, it does even make sense in this particular context, where the two fellows with guitars provide accompaniment for the singer!
At 21:23 on October 2, 2008, Alexander Batov said…
Thanks, Jean-Marie, for your contribution to guitar iconography. I spotted what looks like a theorboed guitar in one of the pictures (No.3). Where do they come from and what sort of date? Very enjoyable performance of Fuenllana's piece for vihuela de 5 ordenes (or, as we now say, 5-course guitar;) too!
At 18:31 on October 2, 2008, Valéry Sauvage said…
Tiens tiens... vous ici ? décidement on fréquente les bons endroits ;-)
Amitiés
Valéry

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