Not yet, but if you like this, I can supply you with the Gigue for this suite and the well-known Fantasia. I have the 10-string versions, too, for my own baroque re-entrant tuning. I have to confess, that these pieces sound better on 10 strings. However, because of the re-entrant tuning, I mostly finger the basses. I'm planning to do more, but I'm always short of time.Altophile wrote:
Thank you for that, I'll have a look and give this one a try.
Have you tried this approach on the L'infidele suite, the G Minor Ciacona, the famous Passacaglia, or the two Tombeau? I consider these to be Weiss' finest works (along with a few others), and if there's a way to make them easier to perform, I'm all ears:-)
PS: Weiss was a genius, doesn't matter how many strings we use...