Vlad Kosulin wrote:There is also book Fugues for Classical Guitar by Walt Lawry.
Praeludium wrote:If you're just looking for counterpoint, almost all the Fantaisies from the Renaissance include imitations (: I have a book, which is a reedition by Diana Poulton and John W.Duarte of a compilation Robert Dowland made. Many long and difficult fantasies here, sometimes with some quite daring writing (given it was written a few centuries ago). Ed. BĂ¨rben..
Praeludium wrote:I actually tried to learn the first fantaisie, written by an enigmatic (for me (because I couldn't find any music from him and he seems rather obscure)) DiomĂ¨de.....
pogmoor wrote: Even more enigmatic is the composer of the second fantasie in the collection who is described as "the most famous, the Knight of the Lute" whose identity has, I believe, provoked whole articles in academic journals, but is generally thought to have been a lutenist named Lorenzino, http://www.musico.it/Mariagrazia_Carlone/Lorenzino%20and%20the%20Knight.htm
sgraham924 wrote:Do you happen to know exactly which fugues by Bach have been arranged for guitar?
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