archlute music

The archlute is a large bass lute which has extra strings to produce a deep sound for basso continuo parts. Originally developed in about 1600, it's a compromise between a Renaissance tenor lute and the unwieldy theorbo.

A selection of articles about archlute music

CD Spotlight. Handel and the Roman Baroque School - Giuseppe Pennisi listens to Lorenzo Tozzi's Romabarocca Ensemble. '... a precious CD from which to learn little known aspects of baroque music ...'



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