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Bransle de Burgogne #1

Posted by Jocko MacNelly, written by Adrian Leroy (1520 - 1598)


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Size: 1,666kb, uploaded 11/1/2011 10:15:47 AM
Genre: Classical / Playing Style: Classical

This is to go with the TAB I uploaded here.

2 comments on “Bransle de Burgogne #1”

JanetB Says:
Tuesday, November 1, 2011 @7:51:12 PM

This must be the oldest piece I've ever heard. How did you come to discover it? Is there more background on it? Thanks for posting.

Jocko MacNelly Says:
Wednesday, November 2, 2011 @8:26:24 AM

Hi Janet! I found it on this website of guitar transcriptions and videos ( where they show both the renaissance-guitar TAB and the standard notation transcription. I go there occasionally just to read through new stuff. I changed a few things around, like where the repeat goes, and lifted a bass note or two. This is from what is apparently a set of 8, and I think making a set of the best three might be a nice chunk of repertoire. I don't know anything about Adrian Leroy, but us guitar players are conditioned to ferreting out repertoire from early music sources. Thanks for listening!

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