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F. Edgar Gilbert began studying classical guitar at the age of eight.  In 1975, he was a finalist in the National Guitar Competition, sponsored by the National Arts and Letters, Washington, D.C.  Playing transcriptions of Renaissance and Baroque music led Mr. Gilbert into research about lutes and their repertoires.  He has appeared in multimedia broadcasts and performances in Europe and the United States.

F. Edgar Gilbert specializes in the performance of lute music from the English school of the Renaissance and the French school of the Transitional and Baroque epochs.

His works include the CD, The Loss of the Golden Rose Lute and the CD Rosamund.

His compositions include New Lessons for the Lute and Sequential Works for the Lute in Tablature published by Overasselt, Holland.

 


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