As a crossover goes it's a fascinating idea. We have blues-rock, jazz fusion, jazz-rock, jazzy blues, etc,, so why not Renaissance-Blues!
We've had quite a few blues / jazz type crossovers popping up on the forum recently, and in the past there's also been attempts at doing bluesy playing with boosa nova and gypsy jazz twists. So we're not purists here and are (hopefully) quite broadminded.
I'm maybe biased though - I quite enjoyed the Renaissance period pieces on classical guitar several years ago.
Who ever thinks or hopes of love:
Or who belov'd in Cupid's laws doth glory:
Who joys in vows, or vows not to remove:
Who by this light-god hath not been made sorry:
Let him see me eclipsed from my sun,
With dark clouds of an earth quite over-run.
Who thinks that sorrows felt, desires hidden,
Or humble faith in constant honour armed,
Can keep love from the fruit that is forbidden,
Who thinks that change is by entreaty charmed,
Looking on me let him know, love's delights
Are treasures hid in caves, but kept by sprites.
Keep up the good work!
p.s. as a postscript (just in case anyone thinks I've gone totally nuts!) happy hour, as it is here as I write this, is when I am at my most reflective and melancholy, probably brought on by an overdose of vino at 69 cents a litre!!!!!
"I feel more like I do now than when I first came on" (Ronnie Scott, Maidstone)
" A blues guitarist plays 3 chords in front of thousands of people.......a Jazz guitarist plays thousands of chords in front of 3 people"