Wonderful, Marten. I've known Sychra's music for twenty years or more, and have been impressed with it. I was at a historical guitar conference in Germany once, where I was presenting my paper on the so-called English Guitar or "guittar" in Scotland, and in the room next to me was Oleg Timofeyev, who let me play his Russian 7-string. I found it easy to play, as the tuning was the same as the guittar, and James Oswald (whose "Twelve Divertimentis For The Guittar" I had recorded) also wrote for a guittar in G, tuned bass to treble GBDgbd. When you say the tuning is DHGDHGD, I assume that is treble to bass, and H = B?