Allemande by Anonymous

Allemande by Anonymous (16th century)

Though one of the most popular dances of the Baroque era (1600-1750), the allemande originated around the early or mid-16th century. The first known use of the title “allemande” was in 1521, but in Germany earlier examples of this type of dance appear as “Teutscertanz” or “Dantz”.



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This piece has a simple and striaghtforward texture and fits easily under the fingers of the left hand. Practice it slowly and carefully, so you’ll be able to perform it at a brisk tempo with full control
Renaissance Era. Easy Guitar piece. 17 measures. No barre chords. key of A minor, 4/4 Time Signature. 2 Pages.

Category: Easy Pieces, Genre, Italy, Renaissance, World

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