The Lute Online Resources Portal (LORP): Renaissance and Baroque Guitar

 

RENAISSANCE GUITAR WEBSITES

A list of historical sources of 4-course guitar music, with downloadable facsimiles where available can be found at the Lute Library www.lutelibrary.com/print-sources/instrument/4c-guitar

Facebook Renaissance Guitar group: www.facebook.com/groups/1171575716204526/

BAROQUE GUITAR WEBSITES

A list of historical sources of 5-course guitar music, with downloadable facsimiles where available can be found at the Lute Library www.lutelibrary.com/print-sources/instrument/5c-guitar

Also: Anonymous guitar-tabulature, used by Nathanael Diesel. www.kb.dk/da/nb/materialer/haandskrifter/HA/e-mss/gks-4_1879.html

Alexander Dean, thesis on alfabeto and 17th century harmony: urresearch.rochester.edu/institutionalPublicationPublicView.action?institutionalItemId=10524
Gavin Emery's Baroque Guitar site, now archived to: web.archive.org/web/20070816170352/www.baroqueguitar.net/
Monica Hall's pages: monicahall.co.uk/
Early Guitar and Vihuela network: earlyguitar.ning.com/
Gerard Rebour’s pages, with information on Robert de Visee: g.rebours.free.fr/index.html
Tony Chalkley’s guitar and viola da gamba page, with baroque guitar tab downloads: tony.c.pagesperso-orange.fr/fretful/BarGuit.htm
Practical Woodworker magazine had a series of articles 'Build your own baroque guitar' from June 2004.
Yaron Naor Youtube film of building a baroque guitar: www.youtube.com/watch?v=qlwta1G2lBU
Siguenza, Centro de la Vihuela de Mano y la Guitarra Española “José Luis Romanillos”: romanillos.org/

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