minstrel: Free lute/guitar recordings

Patricia Yarrow yarrowp at mscd.edu
Thu May 8 13:46:26 PDT 2008


Scratch my last message.  The book is available - but it's under his
*former* name, Robert Phillips.  It's in both tablature and standard
notation.  

http://www.musicscotland.com/acatalog/MusicScotland_Robert_Philips___Music_F
or_The_Lute__book__3812.html

Vivien

-----Original Message-----
From: minstrel-bounces at pbm.com [mailto:minstrel-bounces at pbm.com] On Behalf
Of Patricia Yarrow
Sent: Thursday, May 08, 2008 2:40 PM
To: minstrel at pbm.com
Subject: Re: minstrel: Free lute/guitar recordings

Agreed.  The Graysteil material is a collaboration with Bill Taylor, the
expert on Scottish and Welsh harp (including the ap Huw manuscript);
excellent stuff.  MacKillop also has a fine book of Scottish lute music
arrangements out, but it doesn't appear to be in print.  If you're searching
for it, though, try under Rob rather than Ron.

V

-----Original Message-----
From: minstrel-bounces at pbm.com [mailto:minstrel-bounces at pbm.com] On Behalf
Of Greg Lindahl
Sent: Thursday, May 08, 2008 2:18 PM
To: minstrel at pbm.com
Subject: minstrel: Free lute/guitar recordings

Ron MacKillop has put a bunch of free mp3s of his lute & early guitar
playing at:

http://www.songoftherose.co.uk/

This guy is a professional; I own his Graysteil album, which has a
Scottish ballad "Graysteil" (1497) matched with the music "Grays Tale"
from the Straloch Lute Book (1627). Great stuff.

-- Gregory





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