Lute solos (ft3 + pdf, midi)


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Sarge Gerbode's Lute Page

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The section includes thousands and thousands of pieces for the lute. in the ft3 file format of the FRONIMO program (below is the download link). All these files are duplicated in pdf and midi, which allows viewing them without installing the FRONIMO program. In this program, the default tablature displayed as French, but it is easy to switch to any other.
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