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Orpheus with his Lute details

Orpheus with his Lute pictures

Orpheus with his Lute description

Fabled for its ability to seduce gods and calm mad kings, the lute has long been bestowed with magical powers. On the baroque guitar, rarely-heard vihuela da mano, and the elegant, long-necked theorbo, Argentinian Eduardo Egüez invites us into the quietly passionate world of Italian, Spanish Renaissance and Baroque solo lute music.



Luys Milán (1500-1561):
  Tres Pavanas a la italiana
  Fantasia del VII y VIII tono 
  Fantasia del VIII tono  

Luys de Narváez (1490-1547): 
  Fantasia del V tono
  Fantasia del I tono                                                                                                             

Alonso Mudarra (1510-1580): 
  Conde Claros                                                  
  Romanesca “Guárdame las vacas” 

Francesco da Milano (1497-1543):
  5 fantasie (3, 33, 40, 30, 5)   

Alessandro Piccinini (1566-1638):
  Toccata XVII
  Toccata VI 

Santiago De Murcia (1673-1739)—Gaspar Sanz (1640-1710):    




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