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- Experimental Approaches on Vibratory and Acoustic Characterization of Harp-Guitars

- Barthélemy Trille Labarre, ‘Professeur de Guitare et Compositeur, Élève d’Haydn’, biography and catalogue of works

- Methodology of guitar instruction

- Billy Bauer: A Life in the Bebop Guitar Business

- Theoretical and practical studies of the behavoir of electric guitar pick-ups

- Circuit modeling studies related to guitars and audio

- Folkloric and popular elements in classical guitar performance: Spain, Argentina, Chile and Ecuador

- The Science of Electric Guitars and Guitar Electronics

- Vibroacoustical Study of the Solid-Body Electric Guitar

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

- Harmonic Patterns and Melodic Paraphrases in Eighteenth-Century Portuguese Music for the Five-Course Guitar

- Black guitar-players and early African-Iberian music in Portugal and Brazil

- El estilo castellano y el estilo catalan. An introduction to spanish guitar chord notation

- Harpsichord Suite in A Minor by Élisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre Arranged for Solo Guitar

- The Violin Sonatas of Johann Georg Pisendel (1687-1755): A History, Analysis, and Arrangement for Solo Guitar

- Transcribing English Virginal Music for Two Guitars: Historical Perspective, Methodology, and Practical Applications

- Vincenzo Galilei’s “26 Ricercari” from Fronimo, Transcribed for Guitar: Challenges and Solutions for Transcribing and Playing Italian Renaissance Lute Tablature on the Modern Guitar

- The Guitar in Italy in the Nineteenth Century, sixty biographies of Italian composers and guitarists

- George Beauchamp and the rise of the electric guitar up to 1939

- Harp lutes in Britain, 1800-1830: study of the inventor, Edward Light and his instruments

- Reconstructing a lute by Sixtus Rauwolf

- Learning the lute in early modern England, c.1550-c.1640

- A String of Confusion Some Thoughts on A. Strummer’s Book Review of Italian Guitar Music of the Seventeenth Century

- Collaborating with the Guitar: The exploration of collaborative practices between three non-guitarist composers and a guitarist performer in the creation of new works for the classical guitar

- ‘Caprice de chaconne’ (1671): Symmetry and proportions in Francesco Corbetta’s work for Baroque guitar

- Embellishing lute music: Using the Renaissance Italian passaggi practice as a model and pedagogical tool for an increased improvisation vocabulary in the Baroque style

- The popular lute: an investigation of the function and performance of music in France between 1650 and 1700

- Journal des Troubadours Avec Accompagnement de Guitare ou Lyre with its Unusual Dating Code and Ferdinando Carulli as Composer and Arranger

- Lute tuning and temperament in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries

- Jazz Standards Arranged for Classical Guitar in the Style of Art Tatum

- Cognitive and metacognitive learning strategies for skill acquisition among conservatory guitarists

- Design for performability in nylon strung acoustic guitars

- Finite Element Design and Manufacturing of a Nylon-String Guitar Soundboard from Sandwich-Structured Composites

- A Beginner’s Guide to the Renaissance Lute

- Approaching a Concept and Biology of Tone Production on Early Modern Lute Instruments

- Campanelle in Seventeenth-Century Guitar Music, Bells and Riddles

- “Folies d’Espagne” As A Show Of Iberistic-French Reception In Lute Tablature Compositions Preserved And Kept In Poland

- The Development of a Method for Teaching Fundamentals of Guitar to College Students in Music Education and Music Terapy Curricula

- A newly discovered dutch lute book MS Enkhuizen 1667-1

- A Week in the Blacksmith’s Life: Lutenists from Silesia and Bohemia around Count Losy von Losinthal (1650–1721)

- The Changing Sound of the Vihuela

- Reconstruction of a Sixteenth-century Vihuela with Historical Making Techniques

- Polythematic fantasias in Wurstisen lute book

- Imitative Fantasias in Wurstisen Lute Book (CH-BU MS. F.IX.70)