KAPSBERGER CANARIO PDF

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Kapsbdrger Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Regardless of how one regards his compositional prowess, Kapsberger was one of the principal composers of lute and theorbo music during the early Baroque era together with Alessandro Piccinini and greatly contributed towards advancing European plucked kapsverger instruments of the time. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Johannes Hieronymus Kapsberger. At least six collections were published during his lifetime, two of which are currently lost.

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Back to index of guitar tablature pages by Donald Sauter. The first one, "Toccata Arpeggiata" for chitarrone, is just a series of chords that the performer is supposed to arpeggiate however he likes. I thought it was pretty neat. I also thought it was pretty hard, the way it stacked up small intervals. But a blindly struck guitar gives you fourths, on the average. It takes a real effort to stack up seconds and thirds!

In order to wring out some of those tightly-packed 3-note chords in the treble, it was necessary to finger them in higher positions. In some cases, that put the required bass note out of reach.

By lowering the 6th string, its notes are shifted higher up the fingerboard, thereby putting them back in reach. It occurred to me that a better way to go might be to lower the 1st string to D - sort of "collapsing" it in on its closest neighbors. You might have to be a little bit more on your toes right-hand-wise since there are more instances where the treble notes are not on 3 adjacent strings, but that makes the piece a good right-hand exercise being stoic about it. Should be easier!

The chitarrone was a theorboized lute, meaning it had long bass strings off the fingerboard. The top 6 courses were tuned like the Renaissance lute, which guitarists are quite familiar with, except that the highest two courses were tuned down an octave.

Kapsberger wrote the earliest and highest quality solo music for chitarrone. He was active when the Renaissance era was transitioning into the Baroque. See my page on guitar fingering notation. You just follow the numbers, and your fingers will play the 1st string notes 2 frets higher. Also, I present this piece as evidence supporting my claim that we ought to consider customizing the tuning for any given guitar composition or transcription in order to make it as easy as possible to play - maybe even putting a computer to work to figure out this "best" tuning.

Visit my pages on "Alternate tunings" and "Computers and arranging for guitar. Also see my Francois Campion page, with guitar pieces in a variety of altered tunings. Click here for general comments on the modern tablature , including some tips on printing it out perfectly.

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Back to index of guitar tablature pages by Donald Sauter. The first one, "Toccata Arpeggiata" for chitarrone, is just a series of chords that the performer is supposed to arpeggiate however he likes. I thought it was pretty neat. I also thought it was pretty hard, the way it stacked up small intervals. But a blindly struck guitar gives you fourths, on the average. It takes a real effort to stack up seconds and thirds!

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Mikami He composed both vocal and instrumental music, his main contribution now being seen as his influence on the development of the theorbo known in Italy as the chitaronne as a solo instrument. Views Read Edit View history. Kapsberger also wrote stage music, almost all currently lost. I heard this lovely short set of variations on a ground played on a theorbo on BBC Radio cannario.

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