Solo programs

The Explosion of Passion - photo by Eva Bravar

There is so much beautiful music for lute and guitar, it is hard to choose. To give an impression of some of the possibilities, you will find listed here several programmes of past concerts. These are ‘off the shelf’ programmes and can be performed on short notice. More information on each program is in the menu above.

Two half programmes can be combined into a full length recital. This way it is possible to combine contrasting repertoire and different instruments.

Of course I am happy to discuss special requests, such as interludes in a choir concert, where the instrumental pieces should fit with the music sung by the choir.


16th Century Lute Music – 6-course Renaissance lute
about half an hour

Dutch Lute Music from the Golden Age – Renaissance lutes
about one hour

 


Wickhambrook Lute MS – Renaissance lute
about half an hour

 


Dutch and French Lute Music from the Early Baroque – Renaissance lute
about half an hour

 


French Baroque on Theorbo – theorbo
about half an hour

 


Galant Lute Music – 11-course Baroque lute
about half an hour

 


17th and 18th Century Music for Archlute – archlute
about half an hour

 


Bach on Lute
about half an hour

 


Christmas Programme – lute
about half an hour

 


Music for Baroque Guitar – baroque guitar
about half an hour

 


Romantic Guitar Music – 19th century guitar
about half an hour


 

 

 

Bardenklänge – 19th century guitar
about one hour

 


Autumn Music and Spring Tunes – 19th century guitar
guitar music from Japan and the West, inspired by the seasons
about one hour

 

 


Appearance versus Reality - photo by Eva Bravar

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