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Renaissance Music for two Guitars

Selected and transcribed by Nagy Erzsébet
Setting: Guitars
Period: Renaissance
Language: Hungarian, English, German, French
Length: 28 pages
Format: Bach (23 x 30,2 cm)
Weight: 0.134 kg
Published: August 2007
Publisher: Editio Musica Budapest
Item number: 14587
ISMN: 9790080145876
The lute, an instrumental relative of the guitar, has a rich and valuable chamber literature, particularly from the Renaissance period. Apart from the dance music fashionable at the time, transcriptions of vocal pieces for the keyboard were also popular. (Often the composer himself transcribed his own madrigals as songs with lute accompaniment or as solo lute pieces.) In this volume compiled by the well-known guitar and chamber music teacher Erzsébet Nagy, part of the material consists of transcriptions for two guitars of Renaissance madrigals and songs with lute accompaniment, the remaining pieces represent the dance music of the period in simplified form, the selection also includes two original lute duets by John Dowland.

Contents

1.
Ismeretlen szerző: Allemande (“Belle qui tiens ma vie”)
2.
Ismeretlen szerző: Allemande (T. Susato: Danserye, 1551)
3.
Ismeretlen szerző: Branle
4.
Ismeretlen szerző: Dance (P. Attaingnant: Dix huit basses dances, 1529)
5.
Fuhrmann, G. L.: Chorea Anglica
6.
Ismeretlen szerző: Kemp’s Jig
7.
Ismeretlen szerző: My Lord of Marche Paven
8.
Gastoldi, Giovanni Giacomo: Song (“An hellen Tagen”)
9.
Gervaise, Claude: Dance
10.
Ismeretlen szerző: Song (“Belle qui m’avez blessé”)
11.
Nauwach, Johann: Song (“Kommt lasst uns aus spazieren”)
12.
Ismeretlen szerző: Song (“Ma belle si ton ame”)
13.
Ismeretlen szerző: Fortuna Anglese
14.
Friderici, Daniel: Song (“Der Lenz all Äst bekleiden tut”)
15.
Friderici, Daniel: Song (“Wir lieben sehr in Herzen”)
16.
Dowland, John: Song (“Sleep, wayward thoughts”)
17.
Dowland, John: Galliard (“Awake, sweet love, thou art returned”)
18.
Dowland, John: Song (“When Phoebus first did Daphne love”)
19.
Costeley, Guillaume: Song (“Si quelque ennuy”)
20.
Morley, Thomas: Il Lamento
21.
Morley, Thomas: La Sirena
22.
Morley, Thomas: La Sampogna
23.
Dowland, John: My Lord Willoughby’s welcome home
24.
Dowland, John: My Lord Chamberlain his Gilliard