Tag Baroque guitar

David Jacques Plays Air Italiano and Doubles on Baroque Guitar

Canadian guitarist David Jacques plays an anonymous Air Italiano & Doubles (Anon. Ms Hertzberg Mus.Ms a 5038, National Library, Norway) on a Didier Nicolas Aîné, c.1780 original baroque guitar. Charming little works and performance with some excellent flowing articulations and pacing. See his…

Stefan Koim Plays Fandango by Santiago de Murcia

Stefan Koim performs Fandango by Santiago de Murcia (1673-1739) on a Baroque guitar replica made in 2015 by Sebastian Kneffel. This comes via Koim’s YouTube channel. Fantastic playing by Koim on Baroque guitar which brings Santiago de Murcia to life. Love the figuration, melodic lines…

Lorenzo Micheli Plays Passacaglia by Roncalli on Baroque Guitar

Lorenzo Micheli plays Passacaglia (1692) by Ludovico Roncalli (1654–1713) on Baroque guitar. Micheli is playing a guitar by Stephen Murphy after Stradivari’s Oxford guitar. This comes via Micheli’s absolutely fantastic YouTube channel. Audio and Video Recording by Drew Henderson. Great playing by…

Lorenzo Micheli Plays de Murcia on Baroque Guitar

Italian guitarist Lorenzo Micheli plays Santiago de Murcia’s (1673-1739) “Una giga de Corelli” (Pasacalles y obras, 1732), after Arcangelo Corelli’s (1653-1713) Allegro op. 5, no. 3 on a Baroque Guitar by Stephen Murphy after Antonio Stradivari .This comes via Micheli’s…

Baroque Guitar for Smarties by Clive Titmuss

This is a guest post by guitarist & luthier Clive Titmuss Previously published on Classical Guitar Canada. Make sure to visit his website to see more of his work and recordings. All photos of guitars are by Clive Titmuss that he built…

Eduardo Egüez plays Jácaras by Santiago de Murcia

Eduardo Egüez plays Jácaras by Spanish Baroque composer/guitarist Santiago de Murcia (1673–1739). Via the Lute Society of America on their YouTube, “Taken from a performance by Eduardo Egüez at the Lute Society of America 2014 Lute Festival, in a section…

Rolf Lislevand Plays Santiago de Murcia on a 1679 Guitar

Rolf Lislevand plays A.Stradivari Sabionari, 1679 guitar. He’s playing Tarantela by Spanish guitarist and composer Santiago de Murcia (1673–1739). I just love Baroque guitar with its pluckier softer sound. When played on modern guitar the strumming is a bit harsh and…