Minuet in D by Welzel von Radolt (1667-1716)
Von Radolt came from a distinguished Vienna family, his family being a high steward in the Emperor’s household. His first and only known printed work was entited “Dir Aller Treueste Freindin, published in Vienna in 1701”. It comprised five volumes containing parts for concerted works for three lutes and strings as well as other smaller compositions.
Baroque Era. 16 Measures. 1 Page. Time Signature 3/4. Key of D. Drop D. Trill. Easy Guitar Piece.