Posted by Bullard
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Size: 2,082kb, uploaded 1/10/2008 3:08:16 PM
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This is a Renaissance lute tune arranged by Fred Boyce (amazing banjo player) I recorded this many moons ago...hope ya'll like it. --JB
Saturday, January 12, 2008 @6:58:26 AM
That sounds as if the composer of that era knew that there will be an instrument called "banjo" in some hundred years! Great work ! Five stars for you !
Saturday, January 12, 2008 @8:50:44 AM
Thanks Manuel... I agree...much of the Renaissance lute repertoire sounds like banjo music to me! Thanks for listening. --JB
Tuesday, February 5, 2008 @8:51:43 PM
Very fine playing. I'm just starting down the classical road! Your playing is very clean! Love your other posts as well. Thank you!
Friday, May 2, 2008 @8:58:16 PM
Let's see, first the harpsichord, then the lute, surely the mandolin - how about the harp next? I'm talking about how you make music originally written for them sound at home on the banjo. I'm ordering your two CDs tonight. You, Violanjo are a few others here at the Banjo Hangout are great inspirations for what I intend to accomplish with the banjo. Thanks for your posts.
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