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Model: 96573BCD
UPC: 796279042581
ISBN: 9780786627820
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Manufactured by: Mel Bay
Condition: New

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Renaissance & Elizabethan Music for Banjo Book with CD

By Kyle Datesman.

Believed to be the first banjo book of its kind, consisting entirely of Renaissance music, Renaissance and Early Music for Banjo provides the banjo player with "growing material" – the opportunity to play in a number of different keys besides G major, thus expanding their horizon by using unusual chords. The player will utilize different tempos that banjoists are not usually familiar with. Provides material for "Classical Banjo" enthusiasts who want to expand their playing, it also allows the player to deal with what was perhaps the earliest type of music theory known – that of the modal scales. It will teach the student the different types of form structures, and to get away from relying on the 5th string too much. This type of music would be extremely difficult to learn by ear, and so a book of tablatures would prove to be invaluable. Every piece is presented first in a vertical chordal arrangement, which was the way it was originally intended, and then arranged in a more linear horizontal style, using perpetual motion which is much more familiar with toda's player. Thus they are great for finger limbering exercises. Every tune is provided with analytical commentaries and the book has a glossary of terms. In tablature only.

Contents include:
A Lute Lesson   
A Pavane   
Anthony Holborne (1547-1602): A Galliarde   
Caesare Negri (1546-1604): Gagliarda/Pavaniglia #1 (Italian)   
Caesare Negri (1546-1604): Gagliarda/Pavaniglia #2 (Italian)   
Canzone-Fieri Ochi (Italian)   
Enriges de Valdarabanno: Sonnett (Spanish)   
Fabrito Caruso (1580s): Villanela (Italian)   
Fantasia (Italian)   
Fiamenga (Italian)   
Gagliarda Nova (Italian)   
Georg Fuhrmann: Ein gutes Tanz (German)   
Hans Neusidler (1509-1563): Ein Nederlandische Tanz (Dutch/German)   
Hans Neusidler (1509-1563): Leid - Ich Klag den Tag (German)   
Jan Pieterzoon Sweelinck (1562-1621): Volte (Dutch)   
Jean Baptiste Besard (1567-1625): A Galliarde (French)   
John Dowland (1563-1626): A Ballet   
John Dowland (1563-1626): A Pavane   
John Dowland (1563-1626): Come Again   
John Dowland (1563-1626): Lachrimae Pavane   
John Dowland (1563-1626): Melancholy Galliarde   
Louis de Narvaez (1530-1550): Guardame Las Vacas (Spanish)   
Mirko Cafagni: Etwas Corenten (Swiss)   
Spagnoletta (Spanish/Italian)   
The Ladies Delight   
The Willow Song   
Thoinot Arbeau (1580s) Pavane: Belle qui tiens ma Vie (French)   
Thomas Campion (1567-1620): Never Weather Beaten Sail   
Thomas Campion (1567-1620): Shall I Come Sweet Love to Thee   
Thomas Robinson (1588-1610): Go From My Window   
Thomas Robinson (1588-1610): The Queen's Jig   
Tutte Venite Armati (Italian)   
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