Jean-Daniel Forget's site has the sonatas and partitas - it doesn't seem to be among them.This minuet is taken from a manuscript lute book (Bayerische Stadtsbibliotek. Mus. MS. 5362.), where it appears as Minuet and Variation. However it is hard to believe that the variation is other than a simple second part, and I have accordingly printed it below the minuet as an optional accompaniment.
Is this the Minuet to which you refer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQ7FLDWGQPI?Weed wrote: ↑Thu Feb 07, 2019 10:26 amperhaps the commonest Falckenhagen piece arranged for guitar to be found on YouTube is a simple Minuet, usually in E major, but sometimes in D major -- does anyone know which set of pieces it comes from? -- Wikipedia lists his works as 6 Sonatas, 6 Partitas and a Prelude but gives no details -- looking through the track listings on Amazon hasn't helped either
many thanks -- i don't know my Noad as well as i should that explains the duo versions i've heard
yes, that's the one -- i've only just discovered Adam Falckenhagen, and look forward to listening to Op 4
many thanks for your suggestions -- i'll follow them up -- it took me years to appreciate lute, archlute, theorbo and baroque guitar, eventually getting hooked in via Weiss and de Visée, and a realisation of the importance of the performer's interpretation in bringing it to life, especially the scope for improvisation, flourishes and ornaments