It is not the same?Ranjithtissa wrote:Dowland (1563-1626) Preludium E minor
Can we find this version too??? In E minor
Yes, what question are you asking, Ranjith?Tomzooki wrote:It is not the same?
That's fine. The original is found notated in lute tablature in a manuscript; this does not carry any information about tempo or dynamics, so in many ways your guess is as good as mine! In fact 16th century lutenists playing the piece may well have taken the same approach as you have - choosing a tempo that allowed them to play the 32nd note confortablyAlexRaven wrote:For me I prefer E minor version In Largo tempo maybe Adagio but not faster because you must clearly articulate 32th notes
I play it with 3 = G!soltirefa wrote:Does anybody play the E minor version of this with 3=G? I'm assuming that most use the Renaissance 3=f#.
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