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Stefan Nesyba

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Luys de Narváez: Vihuela music from Seys libros del Delphín (Valladolid, 1538) transcribed for guitar

Stefan Nesyba (b. 1955) studied Schulmusik and guitar at Musikhochschule Lübeck from 1973-1980 and taught guitar in the same institution from 1977-86. As a player, he attended masterclasses of Karl Scheit, Julian Bream (Vaduz '77 and '85), Konrad Ragossnig and Pepe Romero. His solo recitals often include the use of a renaissance lute or a baroque guitar. The duo with Gerhard Torlitz (flute), wich was active 25 years, had compositions from Eckhard Brosdau and Ernst Wiechmann written exclusively for them. Nesyba published arrangements for flute and guitar at Schott & Co., London, and Joachim Trekel Musikverlag, Hamburg, a Buxtehude Suite arranged for two renaissance lutes at Tree edition, Lübeck and several works for solo guitar at Trekel. As a hobby, he plays first violin in a string quartet.

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