Early Guitars and Vihuela
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On my Korg OT 12 tuner I have you pitched at about 20 cents below standard A=440 .Is there evidence Tarrega tuned this way or is that something you chose to do for another reason ?
Very nicely played!
Wonderful. This is the most meditative version of Adelita I have ever heard (or conceived, for that matter). Thanks much.
More details: <a href="http://19th-CenturyGuitar.com">http://19th-CenturyGuitar.com</a> and <a href="http://www.historicalguitars.co.uk">http://www.historicalguitars.co.uk</a>
We've discussed Torres on this site before, agreeing that he was On Topic if treated in an historical context. Michael has copied a simple guitar by Torres, with a lute-style bridge and pegs. It feels at times like a single-string vihuela, but also feels like a 19th-century guitar. The guitar is on loan for a short time, and can be ordered from Michael.
More on my site here: http://19th-centuryguitar.com/torres/
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