the Montreal community will be able to get stoned legalllly as of july
   1st...personally at 59..I am no longer interested..prefer playing
   Ballard and Gaultier

   Bruno

   Envoyé de mon appareil Samsung de Bell via le réseau le plus vaste au
   pays.

   -------- Message d'origine --------
   De : Dan Winheld <dwinh...@lmi.net>
   Date : 18-02-01 8:44 PM (GMT-05:00)
   À : Susan Sandman <susan.sand...@gmail.com>, Tristan von Neumann
   <tristanvonneum...@gmx.de>
   Cc : lutelist Net <lute@cs.dartmouth.edu>
   Objet : [LUTE] Re: Cherbury lute book

   They are legalizing Marijuana all over the place, come to California if
   you want to get stoned! (I gave up that little distraction decades ago,
   but I also much prefer Ballard). :-D
   Dan
   On 2/1/2018 5:15 PM, Susan Sandman wrote:
   >     Stoning is medieval, appropriate only hundreds of years before...
   >     Susan
   >     On Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 6:46 PM Tristan von Neumann
   >     <[1]tristanvonneum...@gmx.de> wrote:
   >
   >       Do I get stoned by the community if I say that I like Ballard
   more
   >       anyway? :)
   >       Am 02.02.2018 um 00:36 schrieb Jean-Marie Poirier:
   >       > En guise de conclusion ;-) :
   >       > If you look at the chronological development of Ennemond's
   career
   >       and life, his "his high reputation" as a baroque lute super
   hero
   >       simply doesn't hold.
   >       > So there must be other material around to explain this
   phenomenon.
   >       > Cherbury is only one piece in the puzzle and certainly not
   the
   >       most interesting one concerning old Ennemond! There is a lot
   more to
   >       see and play in at least a dozen other ms. and of course his
   >       production in accords nouveaux is another essential aspect of
   the
   >       problem.
   >       >
   >       > Merci de votre intérêt et la "chasse" continue... 
:-)!
   >       > Best,
   >       > Jean-Marie
   >       >
   >       >
   >       >> Le 1 févr. 2018 à 22:53, G. C. <[2]kalei...@gmail.com>
   a écrit
   >       :
   >       >>
   >       >>     PS.
   >       >>     And of course, I meant to say "you and Jean-Marie"
   SORRY! :D
   >       >>     On Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 10:27 PM, G. C.
   >       <[1][3]kalei...@gmail.com> wrote:
   >       >>
   >       >>          Great that you feel that way, Ron. I'm just saying,
   that
   >       >>       comparing to
   >       >>          what there is of real quality music for the lute
   out
   >       there, and
   >       >>       trying
   >       >>          to keep in mind, the "high reputation" of Ennemond
   >       Gaultier, I'm
   >       >>       sadly,
   >       >>          not at all impressed by these alleged simple
   courantes
   >       and voltas
   >       >>       in
   >       >>          Cherbury.     Whatever his fame might otherwise be,
   >       these little
   >       >>       pieces
   >       >>          just don't cut the mustard IMHO.
   >       >>          But if you, as a renowned player, recognise
   Ennemond's
   >       style in
   >       >>       those
   >       >>          little ditties, I'm definitely not going to argue.
   :)
   >       >>          Best
   >       >>          G
   >       >>          On Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 10:09 PM, Ron Andrico
   >       >>       <[1][2][4]praelu...@hotmail.com>
   >       >>          wrote:
   >       >>               G, I think you may have misunderstood my
   message.
   >         I was
   >       >>       not
   >       >>            saying
   >       >>               there were concordances in the CNRS edition of
   >       Vieux
   >       >>       Gaultier
   >       >>            that
   >       >>               definitely linked pieces in Herbert to the
   proper
   >       Gaultier.
   >       >>          I
   >       >>            said
   >       >>               that one could easily identify the style of
   music
   >       in that
   >       >>       edition
   >       >>            and
   >       >>               compare to the sparse style of the Herbert
   pieces
   >       attributed
   >       >>       to
   >       >>               Gaultier.     From a player's point of view, I
   feel
   >       a very
   >       >>       strong
   >       >>               similarity, and one only has to supply
   ornamented
   >       repeats in
   >       >>       the
   >       >>            proper
   >       >>               style to flesh out the bones of these pieces
   and
   >       make some
   >       >>       very
   >       >>            fine
   >       >>               music.
   >       >>               RA
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   >       >>
   >       >>     1. mailto:[7]kalei...@gmail.com
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   >
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   >     2. mailto:kalei...@gmail.com
   >     3. mailto:kalei...@gmail.com
   >     4. mailto:praelu...@hotmail.com
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   >     6. http://www.cs.dartmouth.edu/~wbc/lute-admin/index.html
   >     7. mailto:kalei...@gmail.com
   >     8. mailto:praelu...@hotmail.com
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   >    10. http://www.cs.dartmouth.edu/~wbc/lute-admin/index.html
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