Guitar Music from the 17th Century Italy[CD]
~ Pierre Pitzl
As according to the legend, the Spaniard Vicente Espinel guitar added a fifth string, he had no idea that he thereby triggered a boom that was to take the whole of Europe (and in some ways continues today). Because soon threatened the instrument to oust the lute. The technique has become increasingly sophisticated, and it was not long until they took the stage of high art music, and even became the favorite instrument of crowned heads. The guitar is an instrument that inevitably invites to improvise - then and now. Many of the pieces are created in the 17th century as recorded sketches and encourage them to develop these. The musicians of Private Musicke added these inspirations thanks and designed a program that will give a colorful and varied picture of Italian guitar art of this period.
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