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Thomas Schmitt - Guitar Music of the Baroque: Spain album download
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Thomas Schmitt - Guitar Music of the Baroque: Spain album download

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Thomas Schmitt
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Guitar Music of the Baroque: Spain
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Chamber Music
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48:28
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1301 mb
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Guitarist and musicologist Thomas Schmitt is heard on this new Centaur CD in an enjoyable program from Spain of sonatas, variations and dances for guitar. The album title is Spanish music for 6-course guitar around 1800. What is most unique and interesting about the disc begins with the instrument itself. During the 18th century and well into the 19th century the guitar in Spain was strung in courses, rather than single strings. A course is two or more adjacent strings tuned to the same pitch, or as is often the case for the lower courses, in octaves.

Hello everybody: This new CD, Nouvelles étrennes de guitare, with music of the Classical Period for five-course guitar has just been published. It contains several works (some are still unknown t. ontinue. Started this discussion. Last reply by Thomas Schmitt May 24, 2016. Videos theorboed guitar 1 Reply. Hello everyone:I just uploaded 2 videos with music played on a theorboed guitar. A Preludio by Granata and .

This article lists the classical guitar music in the classical guitar repertoire. It includes baroque guitar and vihuela music, but not lute music. This music is most commonly performed by classical guitarists and requires the use of a variety of classical guitar techniques to play. During the Renaissance, the guitar was likely to have been used as it frequently is today in popular music, that is to provide strummed accompaniment for a singer or a small group.

Lex Eisenhardt, ‘Baroque guitar accompaniment: where is the bass’ Early Music 42, No 1 (2014) p. 73-84. Monica Hall, Baroque Guitar Stringing : a survey of the evidence (Guildford: The Lute Society, 2010). Lex Eisenhardt, Italian Guitar Music of the Seventeenth Century, University of Rochester Press (2015). James Tyler and Paul Sparks, The Guitar and Its Music (Oxford University Press, 2002) il ne faut pas oublier une octave à la quatrième corde, elle y est très nécessaire". Thomas Schmitt: "Sobre la ornamentación en el repertorio para guitarra barroca en España (1600-1750)". In: Revista de Musicología, XV, nº 1, 1992.

Although originally created for Baroque Guitar (5-string), I created this Interpretation of "Rujero y Paradetas" from the Spanish Suite for Viola & Classical Guitar. Folias" from the Spanish Suite for Harp. His compositions provide some of the most important examples of popular Spanish baroque music for the guitar and now form part of classical guitar pedagogy.

Classical guitar transcriptions of popular classics as well as standard pieces in the classical guitar repertoire are all included in this collection of music. Best Album Covers Ever! Partita No. 2 In D Minor, BWV 1004: V. Ciaccona (Chaconne) - Itzhak Perlman. Sebastian Bach D Minor Relaxing Music Classical Music 2 In Violin Calming Music Chill Out Music. Guitar Player just did a list of the Top 50 Classic Acoustic Rock Songs. Unfortunately, it was hidden in an annoying slide show and didn’t actually teach you how to play any of the songs.

Spain was indeed the place of birth of the Baroque guitar. Not only the earliest publications of music for the instrument appear in that country, but the fact that the instrument was referred to as chitarra spagnuola in both Italy and France reinforce this notion. The publication of music for the five-course guitar in Spain begins with the publication of Juan Carlos Amat’s Guitarra Española de cinco órdenes in 1596. Amat was a doctor by profession and his book a practical tutor on how to play the guitar by strumming a series of chords  . Foriano Pico’s Nuova scelta di sonate per la chitarra spagnola.

As the Baroque guitar and its repertoire in Spain (1600-1750) will be the focus of this essay it is important to understand its evolution and the early history of the guitar and guitar-like instruments in Spain and Europe. There are three main tunings of the Baroque guitar, the Spanish the French and the Italian. In all three systems each string is grouped together in pairs, this is known as courses or in Spanish órdenes. The pairs are usually tuned in octaves or unisons and it is these different combinations that give us the three tuning variations.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Canario for guitar Thomas Schmitt 2:58
2 Pasacalles de 1o Tono for guitar Thomas Schmitt 8:22
3 Villano for guitar Thomas Schmitt 3:25
4 Prelude and Allegro, for guitar Thomas Schmitt 1:28
5 Minuet(s) for guitar Thomas Schmitt 2:31
6 Gavota for guitar Thomas Schmitt 1:18
7 Sarabanda for guitar Thomas Schmitt 2:59
8 Giga for guitar Thomas Schmitt 2:08
9 Cumbés for guitar Thomas Schmitt 3:03
10 Preludio for guitar Thomas Schmitt 0:57
11 Correnta for guitar Thomas Schmitt 0:46
12 Minué I y II for guitar Thomas Schmitt 2:18
13 Canarios Thomas Schmitt 1:51
14 Jacaras, for guitar Thomas Schmitt 2:31
15 Jacaras, for guitar Thomas Schmitt 1:56
16 Pasacalles for guitar Thomas Schmitt 3:00
17 Pavanas for guitar Thomas Schmitt 1:43
18 Canciones, for guitar (Instrucción de Música sobre la Guitarra Española, Book 2) Thomas Schmitt 5:15