[PDF] da Milano, Francesco - Ness 5 Recercare

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[PDF] da Milano, Francesco - Ness 5 Recercare

Post by pogmoor » Sun Oct 29, 2017 10:22 pm

In response to this thread: viewtopic.php?f=7&t=115830#p1232718 I found the tablature and MIDI for this piece on the gerbode.net site and thought it was such a nice piece I would arrange it - so here it is :)

I did the arrangement from the MIDI rather quickly this evening - part of it while I was watching tv - and I haven't checked it agains the tablature, so if anyone finds an error or disagrees with any of the voicing let me know!
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Re: [PDF] da Milano, Francesco - Ness 5 Recercare

Post by Fabbri » Fri Nov 03, 2017 3:17 pm

Agreed - a nice piece. Thanks. Watching TV and listening to MIDI while you transcribe from ancient tablature: that's a tour de force of multi-tasking!

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