No, I hadn't seen that - thanks for the linkgeoff-bristol wrote: ↑Tue Jan 02, 2018 11:17 pmHave you seen the guitar youtube link here - its every Sanz piece played quite close to the original tabs - all three books complete - plus a link to a free mp3 download for all. I have just downloaded all three books as mp3 and stuck them on my tablet ! His treatment of some pieces is interesting - in term of tempo - but generally rather nicely played. They are played in exact order as they appear on the original facsimiles.
Thanks - thats filled a few holes in my knowledge of Sanz - it was confuisng me that Delcamp's versions of Sanzs pieces were varying from what was written here and there. It did cross my mind yesterday that maybe he was writing for doubled bass - and sure enough most of the variance was indeed in transposing low octave A's and C's up an octave - or using both ? It was also bugging me that what Sanz wrote seemed easier to play !gilles T wrote: ↑Wed Jan 03, 2018 8:47 amHello geoff-bristol,
Regarding the recording of the complete Sanz works, this thread might be interesting : viewtopic.php?f=1&t=113822&p=1212604&hi ... z#p1212604
Hope this helps,