Ginter, A. F. - Aria in F major - Baroque Lute Video

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Ginter, A. F. - Aria in F major - Baroque Lute Video

Post by kidneykutter » Wed Mar 29, 2017 12:38 am


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A strange little aria in F Major from the CZ-BM 13268 manuscript attributed to Adam Franz Ginter (1661-1706). Dedicated to Emperor Josephe. Several errors and inconsistent markings in the Ms required a bit of cleaning up. I imagine it as a theatrical piece to be played on the Emperor's entrance (a bit like the programmatic music of St. Luc). Performed by Daniel Shoskes on a Tomlinson 11 course gut strung lute.

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Re: Ginter, A.F. - Aria in F major - Baroque Lute Video

Post by spanishguitarmusic » Wed Mar 29, 2017 12:43 am

Thank you for uploading this video! I loved listening to this nice piece being played on you wonderful lute! I really like lute music.

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