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    Default Ignatius Sancho Minuets

    I found out about Ignatius Sancho recently after watching the BBC documentary "Black Classical Music: The Forgotten History" and discovered that he had composed music for violin, mandolin, German flute and harpsichord.

    Some of his sheet music is freely available online, however I've not been able to find anyone playing his music on mandolin. It would be interesting to know if anyone else has tried playing any music by Ignatius Sancho.

    https://www.bl.uk/collection-items/m...gnatius-sancho

    https://imslp.org/wiki/Category:Sancho,_Ignatius

    I have recorded two of his minuets as a mandolin duet by transposing the bass part into the treble clef. I've also made them available as TAB to make them accessible to anyone who doesn't read standard notation (I'd be happy to do this with more of his compositions if anyone finds it useful).



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