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An arrangement for guitar of this song.

Lyric:

Al alba venid, buen amigo,
al alba venid.

Amigo el que yo más quería,
venid al alba del día.

Amigo el que yo más amaba,
venid a la luz del alba.

Venid a la luz del día,
non trayáis compañía.

Venid a la luz del alba,
non traigáis gran compañía.

Al Alba Venid, score (pdf)

AlAlbaVenid, recording (mp3)

Reference score can be found at:

http://www3.cpdl.org/wiki/index.php/Cancionero_de_Palacio

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Variations on the melody used in the hymn ‘Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence’.

Picardy Variations , score (pdf)

recording (mp3)

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By Antonio de Cabezon, from Luis Venegas de Henestrosa’s book of tablature, 1557.

This piece is based on a precursor to the “folia” harmonic progression, which became so popular later.

CabezonCabellos, score (pdf)

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A French folk melody called ‘Picardy’ is the basis for this.

Let_All_Mortal_Flesh_Keep_Silence , score (pdf)

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Vincenzo Galilei is one of the most accomplished lutenists of the Renaissance, and also the father of Galileo Galilei.

This is a transcription for guitar from a collection of lute pieces whose titles are the names of the Muses.

 

Polyhymnia (score, pdf)

 

 

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Originally for lute. This piece also appears in Resphigi’s  ‘Ancient Airs and Dances’.

Campanae Parisienses (score, pdf)

recording (mp3)

video

 

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Pifa

This is an instrumental interlude from Handel’s Messiah, which imitates the piping of shepherds.

pifa , score (pdf)

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