Various: Easy Pieces from Shakespeare's Time

Various: Easy Pieces from Shakespeare's Time for guitar | UE13973

A small collection of easy piecs for guitar from an epoch in which the lute played a predominat role.

Volume:
1
Instrument:
for guitar
Edition type:
sheet music
Composer:
miscellaneous
Series:
Musik für Gitarre (Scheit)
Grade:
4-5
Theme:
Pedagogy
Arranger:
Scheit Karl
  • UE13973
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-1843-4
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-00489-6
  • 23.2 × 30.5 cm
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Sample Pages

Contents – Easy Pieces from Shakespeare's Time for guitar

  • Anonymus: A Toy
  • Anonymus: English Dance
  • Anonymus: Greensleeves
  • Anonymus: Dance
  • Anonymus: What if a day
  • Anonymus: Willson's wilde
  • Cutting, Francis: The Squirrel's Toy
  • Cutting, Francis: Bockington's Pound
  • Robinson, Thomas: Grisse his delight
  • Robinson, Thomas: Merry Melancholie
  • Robinson, Thomas: An Almaigne
  • Anonymus: The Sinckapace Galliarde
  • Dowland, John: The Sick Tune
  • Dowland, John: Alman

Description

Under the title "Easy pieces from Shakespeare's time" the present collection includes compositions from an epoch in which the lute played a predominant role in the instrumentarium of English music. A particular characteristic of musical practices of the time was the freedom which prevailed with regard to choice of instrument and also with regard to setting. Through the pieces in this collection the player, from the outset will be made familiar with the most diverse interpretation techniques, such as ornamentation, diminution song settings for Jute alone, etc.

Additional information

Volume:
1
Instrument:
for guitar
Edition type:
sheet music
Composer:
miscellaneous
Series:
Musik für Gitarre (Scheit)
Grade:
4-5
Theme:
Pedagogy
Arranger:
Scheit Karl

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