Entree in G by S. L. Weiss (1686-1750)
TABs and sheet music are available at http://shop.per-olovkindgren.com
My humble and grateful thanks go to John and Judy Rogerson that constructed, built and traveled to Copenhagen to give me this beautiful instrument. What they did for me, is more than anyone can expect from strangers and even from friends! Their view on life, and what to do with it, has inspired, affected and changed my own view. This is more than I deserve but I accept it with a humble heart. I also want to thank them for trusting me to fly Judy's airplane. Something that also changed my view! Now I can see everything from above! :-) I will treasure this for my entire life. Thank you and Stay Tuned!
This is one of the few pieces by S. L. Weiss that isn't part of a Suite. Weiss and J.S. Bach probably met in Potsdam outside Berlin. They probably discussed, and agreed on that they got too little money from the king... :-) Bach and Weiss died the same year (1750) and at that time the baroque was really, REALLY out of fashion: they were the old guys! Dead boooring! It took over a 100 years until Felix Mendelssohn re-discovered the baroque and mankind realized the genius of Bach and his alike. Guitar tuning: D AF# C G D C (a second below a guitar and with the 3rd. str. tuned half a step down (Like a lute). My transcription at http://www.per-olovkindgren.com/ipnmonitor is adapted for standard guitar in renaissance tuning. (3rd. to F#) Stay Tuned! :-)