Bass Guitar part from Grosse Adagio & Rondo

page one of the Bass Guitar part from Grosse Adagio & Rondo

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Full details

This publication is based off of the manuscript held by the Augsburg Stadtbibliotek. The title page doesn't mention guitar I as a terz guitar, however, it is likely to be the case as the guitars parts are written in two keys a minor third apart. However, a case could be made that the bass guitar would be tuned a minor third lower, because the strings parts that accompany this work are in the same key as the primary key. If the above is correct then this is a new tuning concept that I have never seen in the historical development of the guitar.


Composer
ADAM DARR
Duration
11 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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