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A piece by Playford on the renaissance guitar...

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Comment by Timo Peedu on June 28, 2008 at 21:28
Merci beacoup, Valéry. You saved me a lot of work.
Timo
Comment by Valéry Sauvage on June 28, 2008 at 19:16
About making PDF, just download PDF creator, as a virtual printer on your computer, easy to make pdf from any file (and jpg too) just print to pdf creator and it is done.
Comment by Valéry Sauvage on June 28, 2008 at 18:08
Here is the tiers livre by Le Roy, thanks to Pascal Gallon for making it available...

tiers livre de guitare1.pdf
Comment by Timo Peedu on June 28, 2008 at 17:30
Thanks, but I have only Fronimo. I quess I can't open Django unless it's converted to pdf. I just finished typing two pieces by Brayssig, but I can't make pdf:s at my home computer. I'll make some more and upload them next week.
Timo
Comment by Valéry Sauvage on June 28, 2008 at 16:30
I do have some Le Roy on Django, the "Tiers Livre" If you are interested...
V.
Comment by Timo Peedu on June 28, 2008 at 15:43
Merci Val,
I'll try to get that book. I'm just typing French music for renaissance guitar. I'll upload the files here when I have something ready.
Timo
Comment by Valéry Sauvage on June 28, 2008 at 13:49
Hello Timo,
I had this music on a book by the Lute French Society : 108 pieces for renaissance guitar, by Pascale Boquet (some originals and also many arrangements from all Europe) (it is book #18) In the notes she said the source, for Playford is A booke of new lessons for the guitern, London, 1652, so one year later than his Dancing master book... In the book by Pascale Boquet there are 6 pieces by Playford (I'll record the other one day...)
;-)
val
Comment by Timo Peedu on June 28, 2008 at 12:08
Very beautiful Valery.
Are these pieces your own arrangements or from tablatures published by Playford himself? I've been trying to find those Playford tablatures for a lon time.
Timo

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