Anonymous Lute Piece
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@rivrvlogr: Thanks. Still trying to get accustomed to how different the Lute feels to the fingers of both hands. The right-hand technique keeps going 17th Century when its supposed to be 16th Century. Soon as I turn the camera on I tend to fall into my Guitar technique instead of Lute technique.
@Cosmic Joe: Thanks, Joe. I love the old Renaissance music. 8-)
Lovely sweet tune Diesel!
@Liz: Thanks, Liz. It's a shame so many Renaissance pieces are anonymous. I'd love to know who wrote all the stuff so I can research what's known about.
If I close my eyes,the music takes me to a time and place I've never been. I know nothing about music but I was wondering if it's possible to play a modern tune on a lute, or does everything sound Renaissance-like?
@Robert: I know what you mean. I get "lost" inside the music of different time periods. Modern tunes could be played on Lute, too. It's a bit different tonality and tuning though.
I really enjoyed this, Diesel. Looking forward to more Lute pieces :) now it's time for a replay
@Artenius: Thanks! I'll keep working at it and add things when it seems feasible. 8-)
This is lovely, Scott. Such a pretty sound, such a delicate melody. I am so glad you have decided to explore this instrument. :)
@Bonnie: Thanks, Bonnie. I'm looking forward to what it's going to sound like when I put the $300 strings on it. I've been holding off buying them as of yet, but the sound will really be smoother and the more complex overtones will give it a much different sound than the manmade "nylgut" set now on it.
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