Dowland, John - Tarleton’s Resurrection

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Dowland, John - Tarleton’s Resurrection

Post by Tom Poore » Sun Dec 13, 2015 11:14 pm

Experimenting with new audio equipment today. Here’s my recording of Tarleton’s Resurrection—first time straight, and repeat with ornamentation. It’s an old favorite of mine, and one I often play when trying out guitars. Hope you enjoy it.
Tarleton.mp3
mics: DPA 2011C matched pair
interface: Apogee Mini-Me
DAW: Audacity
reverb: LiquidSonics Reverberate 2
guitar: 2001 Paul Fischer Taut Model
strings: Augustine Regal

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Re: Dowland, John - Tarleton’s Resurrection

Post by FHC » Sun Dec 13, 2015 11:43 pm

Well done. Thanks for sharing.

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Re: Dowland, John - Tarleton’s Resurrection

Post by KeMe » Mon Dec 14, 2015 1:37 am

:bravo:
Beautiful interpretation, Tom. I enjoyed it very much.
Thank you for giving us this opportunity to hear you play.
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Re: Dowland, John - Tarleton’s Resurrection

Post by Terry Sanderson » Mon Dec 14, 2015 1:54 pm

:bravo: nice sound :casque: :merci:
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Re: Dowland, John - Tarleton’s Resurrection

Post by Tom Poore » Thu Dec 17, 2015 2:42 pm

Thanks to all. What particularly pleases me is this. In my first recording of this piece, my stomach gurgled as the last note faded out. That tickled me, and I thought Richard Tarleton would’ve appreciated it. After upgrading my audio interface, I re-recorded the piece. Of course, this would mean losing the stomach gurgle. That made me a bit sad.

Imagine my delight when, during the new recording, my stomach again gurgled at the 2:48 mark, again as the last note faded out. So the serendipitous audio slapstick is still there, and both Tarleton and I are happy.

In the future, however, I might refrain from recording just after lunch. Not all music is enhanced by random digestive noise.

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Re: Dowland, John - Tarleton’s Resurrection

Post by Figolo » Fri Dec 18, 2015 2:54 pm

Beautiful so very good equipment guitar and preformer

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Re: Dowland, John - Tarleton’s Resurrection

Post by joshua18 » Fri Dec 18, 2015 5:08 pm

beautiful interpretation, bravos !

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Re: Dowland, John - Tarleton’s Resurrection

Post by Mark Featherstone » Wed Jan 06, 2016 12:40 am

Just beautiful, Tom. Great start to my day. Thank you!
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Re: Dowland, John - Tarleton’s Resurrection

Post by Mark Featherstone » Wed Jan 06, 2016 1:44 am

Tom, I couldn't resist finding some sheet music and giving it a try. Just curious -- do you play this in 2nd position or 6th? The fingering on my copy is a little ambiguous. Either way, there seems to be quite a bit of cross-fingering. Is that the case?

UPDATE: Ah, I see my problem. Must have found music for lute or some such. I've got the Delcamp version now.

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