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    Jason Cone
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    Today I recorded an arrangement of Robin Reddocke, which is a song from William Ballet’s Lute Book from the late 16th century. The sheet music (for guitar/lute) is available on the IMSLP site and is in the public domain. (The recorder parts aren’t included in the sheet music. I added those.)

    Robin Reddocke (SoundCloud)
    Robin Reddocke (Lossless WAV/PCM on Dropbox)

    All instruments played by me. Instruments include:

    • Alto Recorder (Yamaha YRA-402B)
    • Tenor Recorder (Yamaha YRT-304BII)
    • Classical Guitar (Cordoba C9 Parlor)
    • Frame Drum (Roosebeck 14″ mulberry wood with goatskin head)
    #1155

    Wilson Apolo
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    Very nice arrangement, Jason! I’ve played this on the lute before, and it sounds even lovelier with the added instrumentation!

    #1156

    Jason Cone
    Participant

    Thank you.

    I’d love to hear this on an actual lute (and I hope to get a lute at some point).

    (After I recorded this I realized I neglected to add any of the trills. I may take another pass it at, down the line. Maybe enlist my daughters to add some violin or viola, as well.)

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