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- Adagio from the D minor Oboe Concerto by Alessandro Marcello
Adagio BWV: 974
- Girolamo Frescobaldi, Five Pieces (5-course guitar)
Five Pieces (5-course guitar)
- Suite pour la Luth par J. S. Bach, BWV 995/1011, in G minor, newly edited by Clive Titmuss, 2014-15 for 13-course lute, 8 pages. See Sources for the original.
Bach transposed and amended his 1720’s French-style cello suite, with its long and challenging Prelude, at the request of a “M. Schouster”, who may have been a local book-dealer. Probably written at the keyboard of a lute-harpsichord, Bach’s transcription isn’t very successful as lute music. Accordingly, I have made a clean-sheet-of-paper transcription and rubricated hand-copy, referring to all three sources, but adhering to no principle other than making sure that the facts don’t stand in the way of a good story.
- Praeludio con la Suite BWV 996, by J. S. Bach, around 1712,
a new edition with improved fingering and notation details, Clive Titmuss, ed. See Sources for the original.
- Suite in C minor, Suite in G minor by François Dufaut (11-course lute)
Suite in C and G minor
- Suite in E minor, Suite in A minor by Robert de Visée (14-course theorbo)
Suites in A and E minor
- Suite in G major by Robert de Visée (5-course guitar)
Suite in G major