I have printed off the Narvaez – Diferencias Sobre Guardame Las Vacas and have a couple of queries that I need some guidance on. Forum rules. III Our MP3, OGG, WMV, MOV, Authors’ rights. Title format: Composer’s surname, forename – catalogue no. Title – tags (if known). This Classical Sheet Music is Diferencias sobre Guardame las Vacas by Luis Narváez for guitar. Download the Sheet Music, Midi and Mp3 files.
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Delcamp’s publishing of this work. The flower asterisk he uses to tell you to damp the strings. I’ve not re-tuned G to F in any pieces before, guardamf is the reason for doing it and is it a case of ‘you can vaacs you wish to’ otherwise just play the music as is with regular tuning? It’s not only the reading problem that bothers me, but the fact that the sound of the rather dull third string becomes even more dull when it is tuned as F.
One of the lutes used widely in the renaissance, was tuned with the third string tunes as Fand therefore many guitarists prefer to tune the guitar as the original lute.
For guitarists taking a formal education, it is common to include this tuning as part of the study. In the Dieferencias Sobre Guardame, there is if I remember right only one measure where you have to cut of a tone in the middle voice using standard tuning. If you like, you can check out my arrangement – goggle this string and you’ll find it: Slap a capo on your third fret and it’s historically correct and it makes many pieces easier to play.
Some arrangements have small spots that are impossible without the retuning impossible, or utterly impractical. It’s a great reminder that if left to ring, the ringing strings can muddy the new harmony.
One of the single best guitar lessons was when my teacher went to the piano and played with and without pedal to demonstrate the clarity that can be achieved with some attention to damping. I’ve only seen this notation in Mr. Delcamp’s arrangements duferencias find it very welcome. I believe the asterisk is borrowed from piano notation. As to the F tuning — it’s perfectly playable with standard tuning.
Diferencias sobre ‘Guárdame las vacas’ (Narváez, Luys de)
Just maybe a bit more difficult. One of my favorite tunes Not necessarily; Guardame Las Vacas was written for the vihuela da mano an Iberian instrument that looked more like a guitar than a lute.
These were somewhat variable in size; some diferencuas have been tuned at the same pitch as lute some at a lower pitch, similar to the guitar.
guaradme I have recorded “Guardame las Vacas” on vihuela here. The sound of my instrument is really different than my guitar. This lovely piece of music sounds even more wonderful on it’s originally intended instrument.
I’ve tried the F tuning, but I imagine it does take a while to get used to, so I will keep to open G tuning for this piece, but will keep trying it out for other pieces when it’s suggested. Board index All times are UTC.