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Mudarra, Alonso - Fantasia del Primer tono - Classical Guitar
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Fantasia del Primer Tono
The many rolled 4-voice chords don't seem quite right to me, it loses the chorale aspect of the writing that way. But your interpretation is certainly a valid approach as well. I always look forward to your recordings because I know they will be very well executed and always a pleasure to listen to.
While I often agree with David's assessments I disagree with him re the rolled chords in this piece. It seems to be somewhat in character to me for Mudarra and I found them to be well placed. To my ear they add a lushness to the piece that would otherwise be missing.
I am by no means an early music scholar but such rolled chords seem a part of vihuela music. Interested in hearing thoughts on this subject.
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Thank your for posting it. David's comments are interesting, I'm not very familiar with this period and this will help me when I will play this type of music.
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It certainly sounds nice "as presented". Yet the instrumental fantasias of the mids were strongly influenced by vocal music of the era, and therefore the chords should be played as unisons, not as fast rolls. In fact, we're calling them "chords", but in reality these were seen at the time as denser instances of multiple single-line voices all coming together, as with a kaleidoscope.