Friday, April 10, 2009

My Lady Hunssdon's Allemande (P.54) by John Dowland

recorded last night last night during the full moon....

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

A 'perfect' performance. As you say, there is no judgment; a mindset I am striving towards in my playing.

Lars E. said...

Wonderful!! Very cheerful for an allemande. At the moment im playing Bachs allmade from violin patita one (or is it two..) a much more brooding work.

Plase tell me, what kind of camera and microphone are you using here?

Regard
Lars

Mark Antony said...

Superb performance Kevin, well done with your lbog too :)

kevin r gallagher said...

thanks for the kind comments. I'm using a very basic and inexpensive setup and I will post a video on it soon - many have asked this question over the past few weeks, so I'll be happy to explain.

jofrid said...

Can you tell me what version this is? F. Noad's book of Renaissance music has a version (he calls it "Lady Hunsdon's Alman") but what you're playing has a few more measures to it and a repeat (I think?)

At any rate, I'd love to see the music of your version for comparison. Where'd you get it?

Thanks!