Mp3s for Kapsberger: Toccata arpeggiata 2 (C1). Click on a button at the right side. You will be transfered to a page where you can download Kapsberger's. Johannes Heironymus Kapsberger: Toccata Arpeggiata. This is a guitar arrangement of this piece, originally for lute. Download PDF (54 kB) · Flattr this. Kapsberger Toccata Arpeggiata - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. original for chitarone (), transkribet for guitar.

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My method was to remove all the impossible bass notes at first, such as D2, therefore the first problem I dealth with was octaves. Other than the impossible notes, I had to shift some of the notes in some measures up an octave in the beginning I had already shifted the whole piece down an octave , in order for them to be reasonably playable.

One interesting part is the succesion that starts from measure 28, and then again in measure 37, here I have shifted the notes up an octave, to their original places, because firstly it was a lot harder to do it in the previous octave, and secondly and more importantly, I think this shift gives a character, a color to the parts, it might be because I shifted the whole thing down at the beginning, but it's up to the player to decide where he wants to play these parts.

I especially like the measure to be played brightly and an octave higher. Then I had to rearrange some of the chord voicings in order for the arrangement to be playable, at least for me, though almost never changing the top note, in order for the progression of melody to be felt as the original.

Lastly, though in very few measures, I had to remove some of the notes from chords, which I saw as the least important in the given chord. The various arpeggios you see in this sheet is from the recording of the great Paul O'Dette, I have closely tried to emulate his arpeggios but at one point decided to stop doing that, because it was his style and there are also other performers that have great sound.

Paul O'dette probably follows the instruction of Kapsberger to arpeggiate some chords, though I don't know the source of this. Anyway, if you want you can arpeggiate, roll as much as you want, if you are not crazy about historically accurate performance.

One thing I can say that this arrangement aspires to is to keep the original flow of the melody and key intact, the other keys didn't work so well, maybe because the piece itself is chromatic. If you want to improve this, be my guest, i'd be grateful And by the way if you want to play this from the real tablature and in baroque lute tuning, just tune your third string down a semitone, and put a capo at the fifth fret.

This does nothing, however, to diminish the quality and sophistication of the music, as Kapsberger was inventive, adventurous, and a technical master of his instrument.

Of course any collection of this music requires a performer of the highest caliber, and we certainly have one in Mr.

His performance is elegant and polished, his technical and musical skills abundant, and he makes this often enigmatic music very enjoyable to hear. There is intimacy in the sound he elicits from his theorbo, but when called for, plenty of drama.

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We hear these cascades pervasively in the Preludios from Libro Quarto of which this recording contains a healthy dollop. In these Preludios and also in the Toccatas, Mr.

Maiorana emphasizes the rhythmic freedom inherent in this style, imbuing the pieces with a highly improvisatory character. I further suspect that subsequent performances of these pieces if there were any would not have slavishly adhered to the published versions. As if to illustrate this, Mr.

Maiorana has added his own not-so-brief coda to Preludio IX track 3 inspired by elements contained in Libro Terzo, which serves to extend the freewheeling character of the piece.My method was to remove all the impossible bass notes at first, such as D2, therefore the first problem I dealth with was octaves.

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He started publishing his music at around the same time, with more than a dozen collections of music appearing during the next ten years.

Interactive preview The interactive preview also shows a preview of the first page, but it's a bit slower to load. Libro quarto d'intavolatura di chitarrone : 12 toccatas, 16 preludes, 10 passacaglias, 5 chaconnes, and numerous other pieces, including dances, variations, canzonas, etc.

At least six collections were published during his lifetime, two of which are currently lost.