Lute books (Fandango)


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This section contains the lute books and collections with more than 3000 products in E-format jtb Fandango program (formerly Django). Fandango allows you to conveniently view, create, edit, and listen to the files.
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About other sections:
Lute books
(Acrobat Reader)
This section contains lute books in format PDF of program Adobe Acrobat Reader. This format approaches for any computer platform and allows to display covers and the most exotic fonts. The section will replenish.
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Lute solos
(Fronimo + pdf, midi, tab)
The section includes about 4000 products for the lute more than 200 composers. In this section all files are presented in ft2 format and duplicated in pdf, midi, tab. The size of all these files is not large, that allows to open these files in mode On-line. In the same section it is possible to download program FRONIMO. In this archive there is convenient search of folders and files.
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(jpg, png, pdf)
A manuscript or handwrit is a recording of information that has been manually created by someone or some people, such as a hand-written letter, as opposed to being printed or reproduced some other way. The word manuscript is derived from the Latin manu scriptum, literally "written by hand"
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Classical guitar
This section contains virtually all published sheet music for classical guitar for the past three centuries, arranged for guitar works written for the lute and baroque guitar, transcriptions of works by famous composers, works of flamenco guitarists. In total, the library contains about 11000 pages.
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The most urgent question
How to play lute compositions at the guitar? What does it mean - lute tabulature and how is it to read? How to tune lute or guitar for the playing of lute music? And many other recommendations you can find in the section "Theory and practice of play". You can go to this section directly from here: GO >>