I realized today that I had never played this piece using the capo, as some guitarists do with other pieces from around this time period. After I had been playing Lachrimae Pavan with the capo in that position I began playing this one and liked the sonority of the chord voicings in the higher register. Here's a very off-the-cuff recording I made today with capo on III for the first time of Luys Milán's first pavan (from "El Maestro"). I play it quite freely, similar to Segovia—hopefully that doesn't overly offend the talented vihuelistas among us!
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"In music I think it's very, very dangerous if you start to compare and say, 'This is good, this is not good, this is only one possibility' . . . there are so many possibilities, but what is important is to be open to that." - Pavel Steidl