you will find music
pieces reunited for all levels of lyre-players, beginners or advanced.
Some of these works are
already printed in the lyre-literature, but usually fitted for two or
more voices. In order to satisfy ambitios soloplayers, the pieces,
adapted close-by to the original author’s composition. The fingering
suggested is according to the usual playing routine.
When the performance it permits, the whole disourse of the
original is arranged; that includes the melody,
harmony and voices.
As the lyre permits to play intervals of decime (or more) between index
and small finger, this
advantage was often be applied.
Sometimes there were modifications been made in order to
favorise sound and players technique of the lyre, but as a whole, the
transscription for lyre was kept as close as possible to the original,
so that a posthumous agreement of the composer could be taken for granted.
Of course, copies for personal use
or in order to play in music-groups are permitted.
The size of the instrument is remarked in each piece.
This ensemble of works is steadly enriched. The musical
pieces can be downloaded free of charge
for personal use or for musical groups. Xerox-copies must denote
authors-index Ó For commercial use only by
certified permission of its editor Lira Aurelio!
We wish enjoyment
for both player and listeners !
Buenos Aires, July of 2003 Volker Phoenix
How to choice and
a music piece ?
Click on the piece you choosed in the contents (more down this page) of these pieces, Your elected piece will apear like single page. Then print it and enjoy...
PS: Providing you know of some good music which might be of
interest to be brought to the public, I will be delighted if you send
them to me, say by fax or otherwise. Together with the neatly scripture,
we need to know the author, and if its rights are not overdue, his
acknowledgement permission writing is necessary.
Furtheron, we also adapt manuscripts ( if easily depictable ), which will be developed by Encore Music.Program reproduction, fitted with a suggested fingering.
are looking forward for any contact coming from you.. Thank you!
Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750)
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