Nice one, but too fast compared to other recordings I heard (Segovia's for instance). But maybe it's just my taste, I like it in really slow and almost "non-danceable" tempo
As I said before, pavan in spain, renaissance, were danced faster than "standard" pavans in Europe. So I don't think my version is too fast (for my taste... lol)
Compared to other recordings... Segovia is not know to be a specialist of early music (great instrumentist in fact, but many errors in interpretation of early music, and some incongruous harmonisations in Bach works...)
One think is what our ears are used too... for example I'm used to X or Y version of such a piece, (or to my way of playing it...) and when I heard it another way, different, it seems to me to be wrong, but sometimes it is not. I don't say my version here is a reference, but many version of renaissance music played by guitarist 50 years ago are really not reference now, with the knowledge we have of interpretation and technics of early instruments. So we have to change sometimes of idea about thoses pieces, tempis and articulation. Even Bream, making many of us discovering lute music, is now questionnable in his way to play this music (with many romantic ways of playing guitar that are not suitable to Dowland's music...)
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