Audio and video recordings of works from the renaissance to the baroque period, from 1530 to 1760 (e.g. Dowland, Sanz, Weiss).
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Title format: Composer's surname, forename; catalogue no. Title - tags
e.g. Scarlatti, Domenico; K001 Sonata - D08 Video
or Losy, J. A.; Gigue in A minor - D04
(For more than one forename, just give initials.)
or Anon.; Drewries Accordes - Duo
(Use Anon. for all anonymous or traditional pieces.)
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Count Basie: I don't worry about virtuosity. I do what I like to do. If I'm a virtuoso, that's great. If not, I'm doing what I like to do.
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Nice, lively piece, Val! And like the others it sounds great on your vihuela.
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This is lovelyâ€” a ray of sunshine,
Many thanks, V
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