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Tiorba

Kim Patrick Clow wrote (June 12, 2014):
Could someone answer this question: is there a single surviving part by Bach labelled Tiorba (or any other lute-like name) - and I mean a written out part, not the name of an instrument that might be listed in the instrumentarium of a work / aria. And does it have figures?

Cory Hall wrote (June 12, 2014):
[To Kim Patrick Clow] Theorbo?

Kim Patrick Clow wrote (June 12, 2014):
[To Cory Hall] Yes that's the instrument, thanks Cory!

Douglas Cowling wrote (June 13, 2014):
[To Kim Patrick Clow] Other than the lute solo in the St. John Passion? Which I think is marked "liuto"

 


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