That was fantastic!
You made it sound very much like the lute piece that it is, and your musicality makes it obvious you've been playing for a long time.
More recordings please!
You are nice!
I was quite uncertain of the reception of my interpretation. Dowland is a sliding ground... And I took the risk to do absolutely no effort to adhere to any standards, for a couple of reasons:
1- I am a living-room amateur player (would like to play more in public but I am just terrified of it...), I play mostly for myself, for my pleasure, and doing stupid stylistic mistakes have no consequences
2- I passed 10 years away from my guitar playing viola da gamba. I am very familiar of that repertory, though in viol consort, not with lute. So the Elizabethan style is familiar to me; that does not mean at all that everything I would do instinctly is accurate, but it should not be stylistic monstruosities neither
3- I play CG, not lute. I think it is a mistake to try to make it sound like something else (i.e. lute) If you want to sound like the lute, play the lute
But of course with CG I can follow the same phrasé and articulations than with the lute, both being plucked strings. So here I could receive some critics...