Categoría: Historical research

The role of lute in sixteenth-century consorts: Evidences from Terzi´s Intabulations

Improvisation in sixteenth-century Italy:Lessons from rethoric and jazz

The Airs de cour: The French Ornaments

The Spanish Romance: From Street Music to Court Music

A new guitar teaching philosophy

The guitarra latina.Spain ca 1620 from the Cantigas de Santa María

Music in Spain in the 1670s through the eyes of Sébastien Chièze and Constantijn Huygens

Original printed music for the Spanish vihuela de mano

The Royal College Dias – guitar or vihuela?

Santiago de Murcia (1673-1739):new contributions on his life and work

Two unknown guitar works by Fernando Sor

The Guitar and the Birth of American Music

The Early History of the Guitar in America

Francisco Tarrega and the art of guitar transcription

Strining of the five course guitar

Franz Schubert music with guitar:A study of the guitar´s role in Biedermeier Vienna

The barroque guitar as an accompaniment instrument for song,dance and theatre

Isaac Albéniz –An essay on the man,his music and his relationship to the guitar

The use of renaissance vocal polyphonic music in the vihuela and lute repertoire

The Teaching of the Guitar in England during the 19th Century

How Barrios was rescued from obscurity

Strining and Tuning the renaissance four course guitar:Interpreting the primary sources

The myth of Schubert and the guitar

Johan Anton Losy (1645-1721):A lutenist of Prague

A Mauro Guiuliani guitar in London

The history of Boccherini’s quintets with guitar

French Baroque Lute Music from 1650-1700

Bach’s Unaccompanied String Music: A New Approach to Stylistic and Idiomatic Transcription for the Guitar

Guitar Composers of the Classical and Early Romantic Period

The Five-Course Guitar:Alfabeto and Italian Songs

The Baroque guitar as an accompaniment instrument

German Lute tablature recognition

The History of Transcriptions of Lute Tablature —1679 to the Present

The Early Guitar and Biographies of Important Guitarists in Japan

Some Considerations of 19th Century Guitar Music and Its Performance Today.

Heinrich Albert and the First Guitar Quartet

Jaime Bosch (1826-1895) and the guitar in Paris at the end of the 19th century