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    Default J. S. Bach BWV1004 - Ciaccona Transcr. Eduardo Egüez

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    Default Re: J. S. Bach BWV1004 - Ciaccona Transcr. Eduardo Egüez

    Similar arrangement here.

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    Default Re: J. S. Bach BWV1004 - Ciaccona Transcr. Eduardo Egüez

    Why do we even bother playing mandolin?

    Now I need to go find a lute...

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    Default Re: J. S. Bach BWV1004 - Ciaccona Transcr. Eduardo Egüez

    I had to contextualize a bit:

    I searched and posted this video because I read in an old thread a comment by Robert A. Margo that intrigued me:

    "There are also now several modern intabulations for baroque lute of the Chaconne that are extremely effective (I heard one this summer by Eduardo Eguez, the Argentine lutenist, that was the best single performance of Bach on a solo instrument that I have ever heard)."

    This was Performed by Eduardo Egüez at the June 2012 Lute Society of America summer festival in Cleveland OH.

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    Very beautiful!

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    Default Re: J. S. Bach BWV1004 - Ciaccona Transcr. Eduardo Egüez

    Ciaccona is something I can't get enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken_P View Post
    Why do we even bother playing mandolin?

    Now I need to go find a lute...
    One can do both. I find it very satisfying!

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    Default Re: J. S. Bach BWV1004 - Ciaccona Transcr. Eduardo Egüez

    One could even kinda do both in a single instrument . . . depending on what you think about the fourth-tuned, gut-strung mandolino of the baroque era.

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