The Renaissance Guitar

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Amsco publ., 1974 - Music - 119 pages
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This book/CD series provides solos, duets and songs covering four centuries of composers for the guitar and lute family. Taken from original sources, and carefully fingered for the modern player, the transcriptions are as faithful as possible to the original while at the same time offering a practical performing score.

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Contents

Preface
9
Introduction
11
Spagnoletta Anonymous
22
Tanz Georg Fuhrmann
23
Branle Gay Jean Baptiste Besard
24
Toy Francis Cutting
25
Wilsons Wilde Anonymous
26
Lesson For Two Lutes Anonymous
27
Intermediate Music
49
Ballet Elias Mertel
50
Galliard Anthony Holborne
51
The Cobbler Anonymous
52
Alman Robert Johnson
54
Galliard Philip Rosseter
55
56 Toda Mi Vida Os Ame Luis Milan
56
The Night Watch Anthony Holborne
61

Shall I Come Sweet Love To Thee Thomas Campion 30 Branle De Bourgogne Adrien Le
30
The Parlement Anonymous
31
32 If My Complaints Could Passions Move John Dowland
32
Volt Anonymous
35
Recercate Concertante Francesco da Milano Joanne Matelart
36
Sonnet Enriquez de Valderrabano
39
Pavan Luis Milan
40
Fantasia Anonymous
42
The Round Battle Galliard John Dowland
43
44D Never Weather Beaten Sail Thomas Campion 46 La Rossignol Anonymous
46
Tarletons Resurrection John Dowland
48
Drewries Accordes Anonymous
62
Air John Dowland
65
Go From My Window Anonymous Morenica Da Me Un Beso Juan Vasquez
66
Toy For Two Lutes Thomas Robinson
72
Fantasia Miguel de Fuenllana
74
Greensleeves Francis Cutting
76
78 Guar dame Las Vacas Luis de Narvaez
78
Melancholy Galliard John Dowland
80
8 When To Her Lute Corinna Sings Thomas Campion 84 Galliard Alonso de Mudarra
84
Mrs Anne Harecourts Galliard Francis Pilkington
85
Copyright

About the author (1974)

Noad is active as a player, teacher, and scholar of the guitar and lute. he earned his M.A. from Oxford University and studied guitar in Spain.

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