[PDF] Anon. (Willoughby Lute Book) - Quando Claro, Quando Claro?

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[PDF] Anon. (Willoughby Lute Book) - Quando Claro, Quando Claro?

Post by pogmoor » Sat Dec 26, 2015 2:09 pm

In response to discussion here: viewtopic.php?f=1&t=101258 about the Spanish renaissance piece Conde Claros I am posting here a guitar arrangement of an anonymous lute piece based on Conde Claros that is found in the Willoughby Lute Book.
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Re: [PDF] Anon. (Willoughby Lute Book) - Quando Claro, Quando Claro?

Post by Digory Piper » Sat Dec 26, 2015 2:51 pm

Thank you very much pogmoor!

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Re: [PDF] Anon. (Willoughby Lute Book) - Quando Claro, Quando Claro?

Post by amy3000 » Sun Feb 11, 2018 2:01 am

I am thrilled to find this arrangement. I put a recording of this on lute on a compilation of music I put together many years ago for a friend who was dying from ovarian cancer. I was just listening to it and decided to try searcning for it again. And here it is. Thanks pogmoor.
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