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Dedicated to the wonderful music of the queen of all instruments: The lute. Klick on the headlines in order to listen to the music. If you don't want to miss any of the lutecasts, you can subscribe to it in iTunes. So every new episode is delivered to you



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Elseleyn Craus Version

Fri, 17 Jun 2011 03:11:33 PDT

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A fast embellished version of the German Song Elselein liebstes Elselein from the Crauss Lute book, click on Headline to listen

(c) 2005-2011 W.G. Bogula / bogula (a.t) gmail.com(image)


Media Files:
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/ebaor-IO-rE/elselein.mp3




Le Roy - Branle simple de moy pitié

Sat, 18 Jul 2009 12:24:35 PDT

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Haunting piece, rather dark for a Branle. Le Roy's book for 4-course renaissance guitar is absolutely fascinating. And sounds pretty good on the Uke.
(c) 2005 -2009 W.G. Bogula / bogula (a.t) gmail.com(image)


Media Files:
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/v7nzB33CgXc/LeRoyBranlePitie.mp3




Bossinensis goes Uke - Ricercar 6

Fri, 17 Jul 2009 08:21:45 PDT

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I am hooked. After studying the great stuff Rob MacKillop sent to me (from FingerstyleUke) I reentabulted a nice little recercar by Bossinensis. It's fresh and cool and fun, yeah. If you want to listen to it, click on the headline, if you like to play it yourself, here comes the tab: Bossinensis goes uke. (Original tab by Sarge Gerbode. Listen to Recercar6

(c) 2005 W.G. Bogula / bogula (a.t) gmail.com(image)


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http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/bWKR3osDrCo/bossi6uke.pdf




Le Roy - Pavane played on Ukulele

Sat, 18 Jul 2009 11:34:28 PDT

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Today, the idea of using an Ukulele as a substitute for a renaissance guitar came true. Bought a rather inexpensive tenor uke with fine Aquila Nylgut strings, which make a good sound. If you want to listen to a sound example, just click on the headline.
If you want to learn the Ukulele (classic or modern style) I recommend the great site of Rob McKillop: FingerStyleUke
(c) 2005-2009 W.G. Bogula / bogula (a.t) gmail.com(image)


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http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/7FeQurgMwSo/LeRoyPavaneSimonVois.mp3




Hans Newsidler - Ach Lieb mit Leid

Tue, 26 May 2009 14:20:00 PDT

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Ach lieb mit Leid (Premium version), from "Ein Newgeordnet Künstlich Lautenbuch". The diminutions are tricky. Still not the real thing, but again benign reverb makes it bearable.

(c) 2005-08 W.G. Bogula / bogula (a.t) gmail.com(image)


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http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/bpLj9EcaW4g/lieb.mp3




Lautenfestival Burg Sternberg 09

Tue, 28 Apr 2009 10:16:02 PDT

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Lautenfestival Burg Sternberg 09 from Eric Klepptenberger on Vimeo.

We had great fun, at Burg Sternberg. More than 60 lutenists met in this historical venue to make music, talk and drink together.(image)


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http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/R9VNhfhZnW4/moogaloop.swf




Encina - Una saniosa porfia

Mon, 27 Apr 2009 16:14:49 PDT

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"Una saniosa porfia", a beautiful intabulation of Encinas song by Pascale Bouquet, who I met at the International Lute Festival in Antwerp. She has been editing the lute edition of the French Lute Society for over 20 years. (Click on headline to listen!)

(c) 2005-2008 W.G. Bogula(image)


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http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/FwWcuBcz_8w/porfia3.mp3




Newsidler - Ein seer guter organistischer preambel

Sat, 18 Oct 2008 11:13:23 PDT

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Picture: The moment I got my new lute from lutebuilder Peter van Wonterghem. Great work, Peter!

Ein seer guter organistischer Preambel, from "Ein Newgeordnet Künstlich Lautenbuch". A free toccata style piece by Newsidler. Played on my new lute at a lute meeting in Cottbus Germany in Oct. 2008. Thanks to Wolfgang Wiehe for the recording. (Click on headline to listen!)

(c) 2005-2008 W.G. Bogula(image)


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http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/jawTQt5SK8A/preambel.mp3




Hans Newsidler (1508-1563): Benedictus

Tue, 15 Apr 2008 01:11:32 PDT

(image) Neither to the left, nor to the right, you see Hans Newsidler. The picture was taken during the International Lutefestival in the Naturkundemuseum in Regensburg.

Benedictus, from "Ein Newgeordnet Künstlich Lautenbuch". An intabulation of a Heinrich Isaac setting. It contains all the characteristic elements of Newsidlers art. Rapid runs and embellishments at the brink of playability. Currently it's a little beyond my horizon, but I keep trying.

(c) 2005-2008 W.G. Bogula / bogula (a.t) gmail.com(image)


Media Files:
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/kn0LdtN8lj4/benedictus.mp3




Hans Newsidler (1508-1563): Zart schoene frau

Tue, 15 Apr 2008 01:12:16 PDT

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Zart schoene Frau, from "Ein Newgeordnet Künstlich Lautenbuch". It looks quite easy, but is tricky in the details. Benign reverb makes it bearable.

(c) 2005-08 W.G. Bogula / bogula (a.t) gmail.com(image)


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http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/qxeLKDaC6v4/zartschoenefrau.mp3




G. M. da Crema (1520-1570): Je le leray

Thu, 21 Feb 2008 10:29:29 PST

(image) An intabulation of an anonymous French chanson Je le leray by my beloved Giovanni Maria Da Crema, eccellente musicho & sonator di Lauto, a great lutenist from Venice. The piece is from the Intavolatura di liuto, Libro Primo di Recercari, Canzon Francese, Motetti, Madrigali,
Pass’e mezzi, Saltarelli (printed in Venice in 1546).
(c) 2005-2008 W.G. Bogula / bogula (a.t) gmail.com(image)


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http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/cXpoMgi6OdY/jelelaray.mp3




F. da Milano - Ricercar 82

Thu, 07 Feb 2008 02:07:47 PST

A nice fantasia by Francisco "Il divino" da Milano (1497 - 1543), one of the most reputed lutenists of the Renaissance. Enjoy (click on title to listen to MP3).
(c) 2005-2008 W.G. Bogula / bogula (a.t) gmail.com(image)


Media Files:
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/i-ad2G26Imo/milano82.mp3




Recercare 5 from the Siena Manuscript (about 1590)

Fri, 25 Jan 2008 04:48:50 PST

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A nice little recercare, thats starts with a solo scale and afterwards weaves a polyphonic web from fragments of the scale.


(c) 2005 W.G. Bogula / bogula (a.t) gmail.com(image)


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http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/_MVVMQFuSSo/siena5s.mp3




Giovanni Maria da Crema: Recercare XIIi

Mon, 17 Dec 2007 03:39:22 PST

(image) Another georgous recercare from Giovanni Maria Da Crema, eccellente musicho & sonator di Lauto, a great lutenist from Venice. The piece is from the Libro Primo d' intavolatura (1546). Some of da Cremas works later were co-published with works from Francesco da Milano ( I missed on tone, but I love the rest ;-) Enjoy.





(c) 2005 W.G. Bogula / bogula (a.t) gmail.com(image)


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http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/NeHjpgX_AjA/dacrematredec.mp3




Giovanni Maria Da Crema (1520 - 1570) - Recercare IX

Sun, 28 Oct 2007 11:38:16 PDT

(image) The recercare number IX from Giovanni Maria Da Crema, eccellente musicho & sonator di Lauto, a great lutenist from Venice. The piece is from the Libro Primo d' intavolatura (1546). Some of da Cremas works later were co-published with works from Francesco da Milano ( Still a bit shaky, but getting better all the time) Enjoy.



(c) 2007 W.G. Bogula / bogula (a.t) gmail.com(image)


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http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/M4hS6_mNC5s/cremaIX.mp3




Capirola (1474-1548) - Rechercar decimo

Tue, 31 Jul 2007 01:43:55 PDT

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My first piece, played from an Italian tablature.
Capirola was a nobleman from Brescia, who developed the first virtuous lute music.
His works stand between the meandering "improvised" style of Spinacino and the elaborated
polyphony of Francesco da Milano.

Here I recorded the Rechercar 10 from his lutebook. Click on the headline to listen to the music example. Enjoy.

(c) 2005 W.G. Bogula / bogula (a.t) gmail.com(image)


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http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/BzFhsXroRag/CapirolaRX.mp3




Alonso Mudarra (c. 1510 - 1580)

Mon, 17 Dec 2007 03:49:47 PST

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Alonso Mudarra was one of the great vihuelists of the Spanish Renaissance. In his Tres Libros we find a colorful variety of vihuela music: Fantasias, intabulations, glosas, differencias, dances and songs. This podcast gives a brief introduction to the works of Mudarra and their relation to Josquin Des Prés.


Playlist:
Intro: Fantasia del primer tono - E. Klepptenberger
Pleni de la missa de faysan regres - Rob MacKillop (rmguitar.info)
Glosa sobre un kyrie - Jacob Heringman (magnatune.com)
Pavana de Alexandre - Jacob Heringman (magnatune.com)
Ysabel, perdiste la tu faxa - Jacob Heringman/Catherine King (magnatune.com)

Thanks for the contributions to magnatune.com and rmguitar.info

(click on headline to listen to episode or subscribe with your rss-reader or iTunes!)

(c) 2007 W.G. Bogula / bogula (a.t) gmail.com(image)


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http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/TYWHh4ZWQec/mudarra.mp3




Dalza recercare

Sat, 25 Nov 2006 18:46:04 PST

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(c) 2005 W.G. Bogula / bogula (a.t) gmail.com(image)


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http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/rajB1sCsg2c/CIMYzDfFtYM




Lute Intabulations of Josquin Desprez' (c. 1450 - 1521) vocal works

Wed, 22 Aug 2007 14:46:18 PDT

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Josquin Desprez was the most respected composer of the early Renaissance. Dozens of his masses, motets and chansons have been intabulated for the lute. This podcast gives a brief introduction to the technique of intabulation and some examples of intaulated vocal works of Josquin.


Playlist:
Intro: Jacob Heringman - Mille regrets (Narvaez)
Coral de São Domingos de Montemor-o-Novo - Mille regrets (choir)
VocaalensembleX - Mille regrets (vocal ensemble)
Rob McKillop - Mille regres vihuela (Navaez)
Jacob Heringman - Ave Maria II (Ginzler)

Thanks for the contributions to magnatune.com and musicintime.co.uk
and to Wolfgang Wiehe for providing the intabulation of the "Mille regrets" from a Bavarian Lute manuscript.


(c) 2005 W.G. Bogula / bogula (a.t) gmail.com(image)



Valentin Bakfark (ca. 1526 - 1576)

Thu, 20 Jul 2006 10:02:59 PDT

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In the Renaissance Valentin Bakfark was the most famous lutenist from Eastern Europe. Learn about his demanding lute fantasia style. And why in Renaissance Poland it was not advisable "to play the lute after Bakfark".






Playlist:
Intro - Schöner Deutscher Tanz (Lutz Kirchhoff)
Fantasia 2 (Lutz Kirchhof)
Josquin Motet intabulation "Qui adjunctat in adjunctorio" (Jakob Heringman)
Schöner Deutscher Tanz (Lutz Kirchhoff)

Thanks for the contributions to magnatune.com and lutz-kirchhof.de

(c) 2005 W.G. Bogula / bogula (a.t) gmail.com(image)


Media Files:
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/FnIXGbHSRCg/lutecast5.mp3




Michelangelo Galilei (1575-1631)

Mon, 08 May 2006 00:35:41 PDT

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Michelangelo Galilei was the youngest brother of the father of modern science: Galileo Galilei.
This podcast introduces to the expressive compositions of Michealangelo Galilei from his "Primo libro d'intavolatura di liuto", published 1620 in Munich.


Playlist
Pieces composed by Michelangelo Galilei (performer in brackets)
- Intro/First example: Toccata from Fuhrmann's Testudo Gallo-Germanica (G. Bogula)
- Toccata 5th Sonata (a-minor) / Primo libro... (Paul Beier)
- Corrente 5th Sonata (a-minor)/ Primo libro... (Paul Beier)
- Volte 5th Sonata (a-minor)/ Primo libro... (Paul Beier)
- Toccata 1st Sonata (d-minor)/ Primo libro... (Paul Beier)

Paul Beier courtesy of magnatune.com
(c) 2005 W.G. Bogula / bogula (at) gmail.com(image)


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http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/3SkCLpyR0zA/lutecast4.mp3




Pierre Attaingnant (ca. 1490 - 1553)

Fri, 30 Mar 2007 02:24:34 PDT

(image) Pierre Attaingnant was the first editor, publisher and printer of French Renaissance Chansons in the 16th century. He also published two tablature lutebooks. This podcast introduces to his lute publications with examples of chansons, basse dances and branles.

Playlist
Pieces composed by P. Attaingnant (performer in brackets)
- Intro: Basse Dance (G. Bogula)
- Basse Dance Magdalena (Edward Martin / magnatune.com)
- Branles: Mon per ma donne mari, Branle gay: C'est mon amie (Edwar Martin / magnatunes.com)
- Chanson Fortune laisse (Christopher and Shirley Davey, John Allen (lute)
- Fortune laisse intabulation (Edward Martin / magnatune.com)
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Media Files:
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/68cMm59sFjU/lutecast3.mp3




Portait of Simone Molinaro (ca. 1570-1634)

Sun, 09 Oct 2005 13:36:21 PDT

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This lutecast is devoted to Simone Molinaro (ca. 1570 - 1634), one of the greatest lute composers of the late Renaissance in Italy. The focus is on his lute book "Intavolatura di liuto", published 1599 in Venice. The lutecast contains examples of his fantasias, dance music and intabulations of vocal works. The performing artist is Paul Beier, courtesy of magnatune.com.(image)


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http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/ArmIp-Wz9d0/lutecast2.mp3




Luis Milan (ca. 1500 - ca. 1561)

Tue, 09 May 2006 12:48:48 PDT

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Special edition about vihuela composer Luis Milan.
In Renaissance Spain the lute was almost irrelevant. The vihuela was the instrument of the time, and Luis Milan was the first printed vihuela composer.

Playlist:
Intro - Fantasia 1 (G. Bogula)
Fantasia 1 (Edward Martin)
Pavana 1 (Jacob Heringman)
Toda mi vida os amé (Jacob Heringman/Katherine King)
Fantasia 26 (Jacob Heringman)

Music courtesy of Magnatune.com

(c) 2005 W.G. Bogula / bogula (a.t) gmail.com(image)


Media Files:
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/rsG_3K1YUD0/lutecast6.mp3




Worlds First Lutecast

Sun, 09 Oct 2005 09:33:31 PDT

Francisco da Milano-Podcast starts today

Hello friends of lute music out there. With this Blog starting today, you will find a new internet ressource dedicated to the world of lute music. We begin with a podcast about one of the most reputed lutenists of the Renaissance: Francisco da Milano (1497 - 1543).

Why he was called "Il divino" and why he still enjoys the best music of our times, although dead for more than four and a half century, can be learned from the lutecast episode 1, wherein Giovanni Bogula gives a short introduction to the live and works of Francenco da Milano in a 15 minute audio feature. Sound examples courtesy of magnatune.com.(image)


Media Files:
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheLutecast/~5/4UDWq_9TB9o/lutecast1.mp3