Early Guitars and Vihuela

A network for historic guitars and vihuelas

From Panmure 5 MS
Arranged for Baroque Guitar by
Rob MacKillop

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Comment by Timo Peedu on November 17, 2008 at 14:09
Jätte fint! Mange takk, Trond.
Timo
Comment by Trond Bengtson on November 16, 2008 at 20:09
Thank you so much, Martyn.
Comment by Trond Bengtson on November 15, 2008 at 17:04
Takk skal du ha, Patrig
Maybe days are shorter in France, but in Norway the days are much colder. It's best to stay inside and play our instruments when we have free time. I can recommend baroque guitar, so much beautiful music and you don't have to think about hitting all the basses.
Au revoir! Ha det bra, hilsen Trond
Comment by Kernoa Patrig on November 15, 2008 at 16:48
Good job Trond, bra!
When I listen to such a beautiful instrument I think I have to play barok guitar too! But days are shorter here in France than in Norway and I miss free time.
Jeg jobber "too much" I must find more free time!
Ha der bra! Au revoir, Patrig
Comment by Trond Bengtson on November 14, 2008 at 13:43
It's made by Lars Jönsson from Sweden. I see you are a member of Lute, you can find Lars there, he is also a member. About the woods you have to ask him, I'm not sure.
His adress:
Lars Jönsson
Jaktstigen 17
S-130 54 Dalarö

tel 08-501 515 60
mobil 073-055 07 43
fax 08- 501 502 72
email: lars@luthier.se
Comment by jb.roy on November 14, 2008 at 9:42
Hello,

I appreciate much your manner of playing and the sonority of your instrument. Who built it? And in which kinds of wood (tree species ? excuse my english, I use a translator et I'm not sure ot the term!) is it made up please? This guitar maker has it an Internet site where I can see these guitars?
I thank you for your answer.
Cordially.

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