Journal of the Lute Society of America

Tables of Contents

Volume I (1968)
8.5 x 11″
photocopy, stapled flat.
Julia Sutton, “Jean-Baptist Besard, Renaissance Gentleman” ~ 1
Alice Artzt, “The Third Lute Suite by Bach, Three Manuscripts and Their Implications” ~ 9
Joan Myers, “Vihuela Technique” ~ 15
Thomas Forest Kelly, “Notes on the Jane Pickering Lute Book, with Special Emphasis on the Music for Two Lutes” ~ 19
Volume II (1969)
8.5 x 11″
photocopy, loose sheets.
Lyle Nordstrom, “Ornamentation of Flemish Chansons Found in Lute Duets of Francesco Spinacino” ~ 1
Stanley Buetens, “The Instructions of Alessandro Piccinini” ~ 6
Joan Myers, “Performance Practice Indications in Adrianssen’s Lute Ensemble Music” ~ 18
Stanley Buetens, “Nicolas Vallet’s Lute Quartets” ~ 28
Suzanne Bloch, “Saga of a Twentieth-Century Lute Pioneer” ~ 37
Toyohiko Satoh, “A Method for Stringing Lutes” ~ 44
Peter Danner, “Some Observations on Recent Editions of Lute Music” ~ 48
Joseph N. Garton, Review of Method for the Renaissance Lute by Stanley Buetens ~ 56
Volume III (1970)
8.5 x 11″
reprint, stapled flat.
Peter Danner, “Dd.4.23 or English Cittern Music Revisited” ~ 1
H. Bruce Lobaugh, “Adrian Denss’ Florilegium (1594)” ~ 13
Joan Myers, “Caccini-Dowland: Monody Realized” ~ 22
Richard Hudson, “Chordal Aspects of the Italian Dance Style 1500–1650” ~ 35
Stanley Buetens, “On Fretting a Lute” ~ 53
Peter Danner, Review of The Art and Times of the Guitar by Frederic V. Grunfeld and The Illustrated History of the Guitar by Alexander Bellow ~ 64
Stanley Buetens, Review of Oeuvres de Nicolas Vallet pour luth seul, transcribed by Andre Souris ~ 69
Volume IV (1971)
8.5 x 11″
photocopy, stapled flat.
Carol MacClintock, “Notes on Four Sixteenth-Century Tuscan Lutebooks” ~ 1
Adrienne Simpson, “The Lute in the Czech Lands, An Historical Survey” ~ 9
Richard Hudson, “Music in Italian Tablatures for Five-Course Spanish Guitar” ~ 21
Mary Cyr, “Song Accompaniments for Lyra Viol and Lute” ~ 43
Stanley Buetens,  “Left-Handed Fingerings of Difficult Single-Line Passages” ~ 50
Peter Danner, Review of The Lute Music of Francesco Canova da Milano (1497-1543), edited by Arthur J. Ness ~ 56
Stanley Buetens, Review of John Dowland by Diana Poulton ~ 59
Volume V (1972)
8.5 x 11″
reprint, stapled flat.
Peter Danner, “Before Petrucci:  The Lute in the Fifteenth-Century” ~ 4
Robert Strizich, “Ornamentation in Spanish Baroque Guitar Music” ~ 18
Peter Danner, “Bibliography of Guitar Tablatures 1546–1764” ~ 40
Daniel Heartz, “Mary Magdalene, Lutenist” ~ 52
Michael Loraine, “Description of a Lute” ~ 68
Lyle Nordstrom “The Cambridge Consort Books” ~ 70
Dániel Benkö, “A Hungarian Lute Manuscript” ~ 104
H. Bruce Lobaugh, Review of Das Florilegium des Adrian Denss (Köln, 1594) by Dieter Klöckner ~ 110
Stanley Buetens, Review of Laute, Theorbe, Chittarrone by Ernst Pohlmann (2nd enl. ed.) ~ 114
Peter Danner, Review of Francesco Da Milano:  Opere complete per liuto, transc. by Ruggiero Chiesa ~ 117
Volume VI (1973)
8.5 x 11″
photocopy, loose sheets.
Joscelyn Godwin, “The Survival of the Theorbo Principal” ~ 4
Jane Pierce, “Hans Gerle:  Sixteenth-Century Lutenist and Pedagogue” ~ 17
Eugen M. Dombois, “Correct and Easy Fret Placement” ~ 30
Peter Danner, “An Update to the Bibliography of Guitar Tablatures” ~ 33
Stanley Buetens, “Theorbo Accompaniments of Early Seventeenth-Century Italian Monody” ~ 37
Lyle Nordstrom, “Two New English Lute Duets~ 46 (PDF, 23.1 KB)
Douglas Alton Smith, “Baron and Weiss Contra Mattheson:  In Defense of the Lute” ~ 48
Thomas F. Heck, Review of Liuto, Vihuela, Chitarra, e strumenti similari nelle loro intavolature, con cenni sulle loro letterature by Bruno Tonazzi ~ 63
Douglas Alton Smith, Review of Sonatas for Lute by Sylvius Leopold Weiss, David Rhodes, Baroque lute ~ 66
Peter Danner, Review of John Dowland: Lute Songs and Lute Solos, Deborah Minkin, lute; Willard Cobb, tenor ~ 68
Volume VII (1974)
8.5 x 11″
photocopy, loose sheets.
Peter Danner, “Giovanni Paolo Foscarini and His ‘Nuova Inventione’” ~ 4
Thomas F. Heck, “Lute Music:  Tablatures, Textures and Transcriptions” ~ 19
Robert Lundberg, “Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Lute-Making” ~ 31
Robert Strizich, “A Spanish Guitar Tutor:  Ribayaz’s Luz y Norte Musical (1677)” ~ 51
Eugen M. Dombois, “Varieties of Meantone Temperament Realized on the Lute” ~ 82
Joscelyn Godwin, “Eccentric Forms of the Guitar, 1770–1850” ~ 90
Peter Danner, Review of Hans Newsidler, Ein newgeordent künstlich Lautenbuch (1536) and Jacques Bittner, Pičces de luth (1682) ~ 103
Stanley Buetens, Review of The Burwell Lute Tutor; The Sampson Lute Book and The Turpyn Lute Book ~ 104
Ron Purcell, David Lyons, Review of Baroque Lute Recital, Vol. I, and Baroque Lute Recital, Vol. II, Toyohiko Satoh, [Baroque lute] ~ 107
Stanley Buetens, Review of The Renaissance of the Cittern, The Festival Consort ~ 109
Volume VIII (1975)
8.5 x 11″
photocopy, loose sheets.
Ruth K. Inglefield, “The Bernhard Jobin Lutebooks (1572–1573)” ~ 5
Michael Saffle, “Lutes and Related Instruments in Eight Important European and American Collections” ~ 22
Douglas Alton Smith, “The Instructions in Matthaeus Waissel’s Lautenbuch~ 49
David B. Lyons, “Nathaniel Diesel, Guitar Tutor to a Royal Lady” ~ 80
Peter Danner, Review of The Collected Lute Music of John Dowland, transc. & ed. by Diana Poulton and Basil Lam ~ 95
Lyn Elder, Rewiew of Lute Making by Joan Bachorick ~ 98
Thomas F. Heck, Review of Musik für Laute, Vol. I. England; and Musik für Laute, Vol. II. Italien, Konrad Ragossnig, lute ~ 100
Edward L. Kottick, Douglas Alton Smith, and Robert G. Lundberg, Comments on Lundberg’s article in Vol. VII (1974) ~ 103
Eugen Dombois, Corrections to errors printed in his article in Vol. VII (1974) ~ 106
Stanley Buetens, Correction and comments to his article in Vol. II (1969) ~ 106
Volume IX (1976)
8.5 x 11″
photocopy, loose sheets.
John M. Ward, “The So-Called ‘Dowland Lute Book’ in the Folger Shakespeare Library” ~ 5
Lyle Nordstrom, “The Lute Duets of John Johnson” ~ 30
Michael Saffle, “Lutes and Related Instruments in Eight Important European and American Collections (continued)” ~ 43
Richard T. Pinnell, “Alternate Sources for the Printed Guitar Music of Francesco Corbetta (1615–1681)” ~ 62
Douglas Alton Smith & Peter Danner, “‘How Beginners...Should Proceed:’  The Lute Instructions of LeSage De Richee ” ~ 87
Peter Danner, Review of Giacomo Gorzanis: Libro de intabulatura di liuto (1567), transc. Bruno Tonazzi ~ 95
Douglas Alton Smith, Review of Johann Sebastian Bach:  Drei Lautenkompositionen in zeitgenoessischer Tablatur and Bach, The Prelude, Fuga, and Allegro in Tablature for Lute, arr. David Rhodes; and Bach, Fuga BWV 1000, ed. & transc. Alfonso Borghese ~ 99
Douglas Alton Smith, Review of facsimile editions of Antoine Franscisque: Le Tresor d’Orphee (Paris, 1600); Denis Gaultier:  Pièces de Luth (Paris, c. 1670); Perrine [first name unknown]:  Livre de musique pour le lut (Paris, 1679 [with insertion from later editions]), and Michel Brenet:  Notes sur l’histoire du luth en France (Turin, 1899) ~ 102
Diana Poulton, Review of Ernst Gottlieb Baron, Study of the Lute, transl. Douglas Alton Smith ~ 105
Eugen Dombois, Corrections to misprints in his communication in Vol. VIII (1975) ~ 106
The Editors, Additional entries to bibliography in article by David Lyons in Vol. VIII (1975) ~ 108
Volume X (1977)
6 x 9″ paperbound.
John M. Ward,  “A Dowland Miscellany:  Biography, Music, Index of Works, Background Material” ~ 5 – 153
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Volume XI (1978)
8.5 x 11″
photocopy, loose sheets.
Marc Southard & Suzana Cooper, “A Translation of H. Newsidler’s Ein Newgeordnet Künstlich Lautenbuch~ 5
Susan G. Sandman, “Thomas Robinson’s Interpretive Left-Hand Fingerings for the Lute and Cittern” ~ 26
Douglas Alton Smith, “The Lutes in the Bavarian National Museum in Munich” ~ 36
Mark Lindley, “Luis Milán and Meantone Temperament” ~ 45
Joseph Weidlich, “Battuto Performance Practice in Early Italian Guitar Music (1606–1637)” ~ 63
Peter Danner, Review of Miguel de Fuenllana:  Orphénica Lyra, ed. Charles Jacobs ~ 87
Catherine [Liddell] Strizich, Review of Johann Sebastian Bach, Sonatas and Partitas for Violin Solo, arr. Gusta Goldschmidt ~ 89
Douglas Alton Smith, Review of Z loutnových tablature ceského baroka, ed. Emil Vogl. ~ 94
Peter Danner, Review of Johann Sebastian Bach:  Opere per liuto, ed. Ernesto Cipriani ~ 97
Stanley Buetens, Review of Musik für 2 und 3 Lauten, Konrad Ragossnig, Jürgen Hübscher, and Dieter Kirsch, lutes ~ 99
Ernst Pohlmann, Communication about an instrument in the Hague ~ 100
Peter Danner, Clarification on information in his article in Vol. VII (1974) ~ 101
John M. Ward, Errata and addenda to his “A Dowland Miscellany” in Vol. X (1977) ~ 101
Franklin Lei, Catherine Liddell Strizich, and Robert Strizich, “Michael Schäffer (1937-1978), A Tribute” ~ 105
Volume XII (1979)
6 x 9″
Paul Beier, “Right-Hand Position in Renaissance Lute Technique” ~ 5
Mirco Caffagni, “The Modena Tiorba Manuscript” ~ 25
Lyle Nordstrom, “A Lute Duet of John Dowland” ~ 43
John Griffiths, “The Lutes in the Museo Municipal de Musica in Barcelona” ~ 48
Kurt Rottmann, “The Resurrection of the Lute in Twentieth-Century Germany” ~ 67
Josef Klima, “The D Minor Lute in Central Europe After the Second World War” ~ 73
Douglas Alton Smith, Review of Handschriftlich überlieferte Lauten- und Gitarrentablaturen des 15. bis 18. Jahrhunderts, ed. Wolfgang Boetticher ~ 78
Lyn Elder, Review of Making Musical Instruments by Charles Ford ~ 82
Paul O’Dette, Review of the facsimile of Simone Molinaro:  Intavolatura di lliuto, libro primo (Venezia, 1599), ed. Orlando Cristoforetti ~ 84
Robert Strizich, Review of the facsimile of Giovanni Battista Grantata:  Capricci armonici sopra la chittariglia spagnuola (Bologna, 1646), intro. Paolo Paolini ~ 86
Peter Danner, Review of the facsimile of Jacques de Gallot:  Pièces de luth (Paris, no date [1684?]), intro. François Lesure ~ 93
Peter Danner, Review of Renaissance Music for Two Lutes, Catherine [Liddell] and Robert Strizich, lutes ~ 96
Paul O’Dette, Communication in response to “A Translation of H. Newsidler’s Ein Newgeordnet Künstlich Lautenbuch” by Marc Southard & Suzana Cooper in Volume XI (1978) ~ 99
Volume XIII (1980)
6 x 9″
William F. Prizer, “Lutenists at the Court of Mantua in the Late Fifteenth and Early Sixteenth Centuries” ~ 5
Gerhard Christian Söhne, “On the Geometry of the Lute” ~ 35
Josef Klima, “In Memoriam Emil Vogl (1901–1977)” ~ 55
Emil Vogl, “Johann Anton Losy:  Lutenist of Prague~ 58 (PDF, 1.23 MB)
Douglas Alton Smith, Review of Die Lauten- und Geigenmacher des Füssener Landes by Richard Bletschacher, and Die allgauer Lauten- und Geigenmacher by Adolf Layer ~ 87
Robert Strizich, Review of the facsimiles of Ludovico Roncalli:  Capricci armonici supra la chitarra spagnola (Bergamo, 1692), intro. Michael Macmeeken, and Santiago de Murzia:  Passacalles y obras de guitarra por todos los tonos naturales y accidentales (no city, 1732), intro. Michael Macmeeken ~ 92
Peter Danner, Review of J. S. Bach, Opere complete per liuto transcr. Paolo Cherici ~ 98
Richard Pinnell, Review of Baroque Duos for Lutes and Baroque Guitars, Catherine Liddell Strizich, Renaissance and Baroque lutes; Robert Strizich, lute and Baroque guitar ~ 102
Volume XIV (1981)
6 x 9″
Emil Vogl, “Lute Music of Johann Anton Losy” ~ 5
James Meadors, “Dowland’s ‘Walsingham’” ~ 59
Kevin Mason, “François Campion’s Secret of Accompaniment for the Theorbo, Guitar and Lute” ~ 69
Peter Danner, Review of The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, ed. Stanley Sadie ~ 95
Stanley Buetens, Review of Guillaume Morlaye, Œvers pour le luth, ed. Michel Renault ~ 100
Douglas Alton Smith, Review of Silvius Leopold Weiss:  Suite c-minor, Prelude and Fuga C-major, and Suite g-minor, Konrad Junghänel, Baroque lute, and Silvius Leopold Weiss, Lautenmusik, Toyohiko Sato, Baroque lute ~ 103
Volume XV (1982)
6 x 9″
John O. Robison, “Ornamentation in Sebastian Ochsenkun’s Tabulaturbuch auff die Lauten~ 5
John M. Ward, “Changing the Instrument for the Music” ~ 27
Craig H. Russell, “Santiago de Murcia:  The French Connection in Baroque Spain” ~ 40
Tim Crawford, “New Sources of the Music of Count Losy” ~ 52
Peter Danner, Review of Marco de l’Aquila:  12 Ricercari für Renaissancelaute, ed. Stefan Lundgren; Simon Gintzler:  6 Ricercari für Renaissancelaute, ed. Stefan Lundgren; Englische Duette für Renaissancelauten, ed. Stefan Lundgren; Johann Anton Losy:  Zwei Suiten für Barocklaute, ed. Stefan Lundgren; and Charles Mouton:  Suite in g-Moll für Barocklaute, ed. Stefan Lundgren ~ 84
Lyle Nordstrom, Review of Thomas Morley, First Book of Consort Lessons, ed. William Casey ~ 87
Douglas Alton Smith, Review of Adam Falckenhagen, Gesamtausgabe, ed. Joachim Domning ~ 91
Volume XVI (1983)
6 x 9″
Monica Hall, “Santiago de Murcia and François le Cocq” ~ 3
Craig H. Russell, “François le Cocq’s Influence on Santiago de Murcia:  Problems with Dates, Sources and Recomposition” ~ 7
David Buch, “On the Authorship of William Lawes’s Suite for Two Lutes~ 12
Jonathan Glixon, “Lutenists in Renaissance Venice:  Some Notes from the Archives” ~ 15
Joël Dugot, “Some Lutes in Paris Museums, Part 1” ~ 27
C.P. Coldwell, “Angelo Gardano’s Balletti Moderni and its Relations to Cesare Negri’s Le Gratie D’Amore~ 57
Victor Coelho, “G.G. Kapsberger in Rome, 1604–1645:  New Biographical Data ~ 103
Volume XVII & XVIII (1984/1985)
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J. Michael Allsen, “A Chitarrone and Lute Manuscript for Stefano Pignatelli” ~ 1
John O. Robison, “Elias Mertel’s Hortus Musicalis Novus and Progressive Tendencies in the Late Renaissance Lute Fantasia” ~ 26
Francesca Torelli, “Pietro Paolo Melii, Musician of Reggio Emilia” ~ 42
Florence Getreau, “The Lute Collection of the Paris Museum of Musical Instruments:  Its Character, Formation and Development” ~ 50
Joël Dugot, “Some Lutes in Paris Museums, Part 2” ~ 53
Richard d’A. Jensen, “A Computerized Approach to the Early Italian Lute Ricercar” ~ 106
Hiroyuki Minamino, “Transformation in Intabulation” ~ 114
Victor Coelho, “Studies in the Lute and Its Music” ~ 118
David J. Buch, Review of Manuscrit Barbe, intro. Claude Chauvel ~ 133
Richard K. Falkenstein, Review of facsimile editions of Adam Falckenhagen:  Sonate di Liuto, Opera prima and Adam Falckenhagen:  Sei Partite a Liuto solo, Opera secunda ~ 134
Richard d’A. Jensen, Review of facsimile editions of Franciscus Bossinensis:  Tenori e contrabassi intabulati col sopran in canto figurato per cantar e sonar col lauto, Libro primo and Franciscus Bossinensis:  Tenori e contrabassi intabulati col sopran in canto figurato per cantar e sonar col lauto, Libro secundo ~ 136
Monica Hall, Communication in response to Craig H. Russell’s articles “Santiago de Murcia: The French Connection in Baroque Spain” in Volume XV and “François le Cocq’s Influence on Santiago de Murcia: Problems with Dates, Sources and Recomposition” in Volume XVI ~ 139
Craig Russell, Rebuttal to Monica Hall’s Communication ~ 141
Donald Gill, Communication in response to Joël Dugot’s article “Some Lutes in Paris Museums, Part 1” in Volume XVI ~ 142
Volume XVIIII (1986)
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Paul Martell, “Parody Versus Paraphrase in G.P. Paladino’s Fantasia on Alcun non puo saper~ 1
Erik S. Ryding, “Collaboration Between Campion and Rosseter?” ~ 13
Daniel T. Fischlin, “‘The Consent of Speaking Harmony:’  The Literary Aesthetics of the English Air” ~ 29
Kenneth Sparr, “A Poet’s Description of the Lute Playing of Silvius Leopold Weiss, and a Possible Link Between Weiss and David Kellner” ~ 58
Charles Turner, “Arnolt Schlick’s Maria Zart for Lute and Voice:  Background, Sources, Performance” ~ 68
Emma Lewis Thomas, Review of Fabritio Caroso:  Nobilità di Dame:  A treatise on courtly dance…, transl., ed. & intro. Julia Sutton ~ 81
Craig Russell, Review of Guitar and Vihuela:  an Annotated Bibliography, by Meredith Alice McCutcheon ~ 84
Kevin Mason, Review of the facsimile edition of Henry Grenerin:  Livre de théorbe contenant plusiers pièces sur differens tons, avec une nouvelle méthode… ~ 88
Wallace Rave, Review of the facsimile edition of Manuscrit Béthune.  Tablature d’angelique intro. by François Lesure ~ 91
Philippe Vendrix, Communication in response to Victor Coelho’s article, “Studies in the Lute and Its Music” in Volume XVII/XVIII ~ 96
Christian Meyer, Communication on creation of a RISM plucked-string catalog committee ~ 96
Volume XX & XXI (1987/1988)
6 x 9″
Diana Poulton, “The Early History of the Lute” 1
David Nutter, “An Intabulation for Contrabass Lute?” 22
Daniel T. Fischlin, “‘The Highest Key of Passion:’  Inexpressibility and Metaphors of Self in John Dowland’s First Book of Songes or Ayres” 46
Wallace J. Rave, “Remarks on Gallot Sources:  How Tablatures Differ” 87
Charles Jacobs, “Melchior Neusidler:  Intabulation and Transcription” 108
David J. Buch, “Texture in French Baroque Lute Music and Related Ensemble Repertories” 120
Rederick Hammond, Review of Dance Rhythms of the French Baroque:  a Handbook for Performance by Betty Bang Mather with Dean M. Karns ~ 155
Kevin Mason, Review of Continuo Playing on the Lute, Archlute and Theorbo by Nigel North ~ 157
David J. Buch, Review of Harpsichord and Lute Music in 17th-Century France by David Ledbetter ~ 162
Dinko Fabris, Review of Tablature de luth Italienne dit Siena Manuscrit (ca. 1560-1570), introduction, concordances & index by Arthur J. Ness ~ 165
Julia Craig-McFeeley, Review of The Königsberg Manuscript, introduction, inventory & index by Arthur J. Ness and John M. Ward ~ 170
Daniel T. Fischlin, Corrections to his article “‘The Consent of Speaking Harmony:’   The Literary Aesthetics of the English Air” in Volume XIX ~ 192
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Volume XXII (1989)
6 x 9″
John Griffiths, “At Court and at Home with the Vihuela de Mano:  Current Perspectives on the Instrument, its Music, and its World~ 1 (PDF, 291 KB)
Todd Lane, “The Lute Quartets in the Thysius Lute Book” ~ 28
Wallace Rave, Review of A Tutor for the Renaissance Lute by Diana Poulton ~ 63
Arthur J. Ness and John M. Ward, Communication in response to the Review of The Königsberg Manuscript in Volume XX-XXI ~ 67
Volume XXIII (1990)
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John Griffiths, “Une fantaisie de la Renaissance:  an Introduction” ~ 1
Stefano Mengozzi, “‘Is this Fantasy a Parody?’ Vocal Models in the Free Compositions of Francesco da Milano” ~ 7
Jean-Michel Vaccaro, “The Fantasia sopra . . . in the Works of Jean-Paul Paladin” ~ 18
Dinko Fabris, “The Tradition of the ‘La sol fa re mi’ Theme from Josquin to the Neapolitans through an Anonymous 4-part Ricercar” ~ 37
Robert Judd, “Cabezon, Malheur me bat, and the Process of Musical Reference” ~ 49
Piotr Pozniak, “Problems of Tonality in the Ricercars of Spinacino and Bossinensis” ~ 64
Daniel Fischlin, Review of Performance:  Revealing the Orpheus Within by Anthony Rooley ~ 81
Volume XXIV & XXV (1991/1992)
6 x 9″
Franco Pavan, “Francesco Canova and his Family in Milan:  New Documents” ~ XXIV 1
Gordon J. Callon, “Songs with Theorbo by Charles Colman and his Contemporaries in Oxford, Bodlean Library Ms Broxbourne 84.9 and London, Lambeth Palace Library” ~ XXIV 15
Piotr Pozniak, Corrigenda and addenda to his “Problems of Tonality in the Ricercars of Spinacino and Bossinensis” in Volume XXIII ~ XXIV 53
Andrew Taylor, “The Sounds of Chivalry:  Lute Song and Harp Song for Sir Henry Lee” ~ XXV 1
David J. Buch, “On Dating the Lute Music in La Rhétorique des dieux:  New Evidence from Watermarks” ~ XXV 25
Daniel Fischlin, Review of In Harmony Framed:  Musical Humanism, Thomas Campion, and the two Daniels by Erik S. Ryding ~ XXV 39
Wallace Rave, Review of Œvres de Gumprecht, ed. Christian Meyer and Monique Rollin ~ XXV 45
Louis E. Auld, Review of L’Air de cour en France, 1571 - 1655 by Georgie Durosoir ~ XXV 49
L. J. Hewitt, Communication on Severinus Press ~ XXV 55
Volume XXVI & XXVII (1993/1994)
6 x 9″
Juan Ruiz Jimínez, “Luis de Narváez and Music Publishing in Sixteenth-Century Spain” ~ 1
Walter Aaron Clark, “Luis de Narváez and the Intabulation Tradition of Josquin’s Mille Regretz~ 17
Robert E. Lawrence, “Science, Lute Tablature, and Universal Languages:  Thomas Salmon’s Essay to the Advancement of Musick (1672)” ~ 53
James Bailey, “Regular Meantone Temperaments Applied to Francesco da Milano” ~ 71
Hiroyuki Minamino, “A Monkey Business:  Petrucci, Antico, and the Frottola Intabulation” ~ 96
Mariagrazia. Carlone, “Il Divino Francesco:  International Symposium on Francesco da Milano” ~ 107
Volume XXVIII & XXIX (1995/1996)
6 x 9″ paperbound.
Dawn Astrid Espinosa, “Juan Bermudo ‘On Playing the Vihuela’ (‘De tañer vihuela’) from Declaración de instrumentos musicales (Osuna, 1555):  a New Translation with Commentary.” ~ i - xxii and 1 - 139
Volume XXX (1997)
6 x 9″
Chris Henriksen, “A Possible Likeness of John Dowland” ~ 1
Douglas Alton Smith and Mirco Caffagni, “Autobiography of Pietro Bertacchini” ~ 7
George Torres, “French Lyricism in 17th century pièces de luth~ 25
Per Kjetil Farstad, “Life and Works of Ernst Gottlieb Baron” ~ 43
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Volume XXXI (1998)
6 x 9″ paperbound
Douglas Alton Smith, “A Biography of Silvius Leopold Weiss” ~ 1
Frank Legl, “Between Grottkau and Neuburg:  New Information on the Biography of Silvius Leopold Weiss” ~ 49
Volume XXXII (1999)
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Robert Lundberg, “The German Baroque Lute, 1650 to 1750” ~ 1
Robert Lundberg, “Weiss’s Lutes:  The Origin of the 13-Course German Baroque Lutes” ~ 35
Jiří Čepalák, “Lutes in the Lobkowicz Collection, Nelahozeves Castle, Bohemia” ~ 67
Volume XXXIII (2000)
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Jerzy Żak, “The Sobieskis in Silesia and in Rome:  Weiss’s First Royal Patrons” ~ 1
Francesca Vacca, “Weiss In Rome (1712–1713):  First Archival Findings” ~ 13
Claire Madl, “Johann Christian Anthoni von Adlersfeld:  The Original Owner of the Weiss London Manuscript” ~ 33
Václav Kapsa and Claire Madl, “Weiss, the Hartigs and the Prague Music Academy:  Research into the ‘profound silence’ left by a ‘pope of music’” ~ 47
Douglas Alton Smith, “Weiss and the 1719 Saxon-Hapsburg Wedding Festival in Dresden” ~ 87
Volume XXXIV (2001)
6 x 9″ paperbound
Mariagrazia Carlone, “A Trip to Venice in 1530 by Francesco da Milano” ~ 1
Richard Falkenstein, “Perino Fiorentino (1523–1552), His Life and Works” ~ 37
Volume XXXV (2002)
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Eszter Fontana, “The Case of the Missing Lute” ~ 1
Tim Crawford, “S. L. Weiss’s Use of the Lower Bass Courses” ~ 10
Klaus Martius, “Sebastian Schelle and the Swan-Necked Lute” ~ 23
Wolfgang Wenke, “The Conservation, Restoration and Reconstruction of S. L. Weiss’s (?) Theorbo” ~ 51
Eszter Fontana, “The Edlinger Lutes in Leipzig and Frankfurt am Main” ~ 74
Klaus Martius, Review of Violin and Lute Makers of Venice:  Liuteria Veneziana 1640-1760, by Stefano Pio ~ 102
Volume XXXVI (2003)
6 x 9″ paperbound
Klaus Martius & Markus Raquet, “Lute Endclasps in X-Ray Photos” ~ 1
George Torres, “Performance Practice Technique for the Baroque Lute:  An Examination for the Introduction of Avertissements from Seventeenth-Century Sources” ~ 19
Petra Zelenková & Martin Mádl, “The Celebration of the Losy of Losinthal Family on the Thesis Print from 1667” ~ 49
Douglas Alton Smith, Review of Francis Cutting:  Collected Lute Music, edited by Jan W. J. Burgers ~ 89
Volume XXXVII (2004)
6 x 9″ paperbound
Mariagrazia Carlone, “The Knights of the Lute” ~ 1 – 125
Volume XXXVIII (2005)
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Mariagrazia Carlone, “The Knights of the Lute:  Musical Sources” ~ 1
Paul Beier, “Some Observations on the Music of Lorenzino and the Knight of the Lute” ~ 47
Douglas Alton Smith, Review of Les luths (Occident):  Catalogue des collections du Musée de la Musique, Vol. 1, by Joël Dugot ~ 71
Daniel Larson, Review of The Royal College of Music Museum of Instruments, Catalog Part III:  European Stringed Instruments, by Elizabeth Wells and Christopher Nobbs ~ 76
Volume XXXIX (2006)
6 x 9″ paperbound
Tim Crawford, “Silvius Leopold Weiss and the Dresden and London Manuscripts of His Music” ~ 1
Terrell Stone, ”Italy and the Transformation of Weiss’s Solo Lute Style” ~ 65
Volume XL (2007)
6 x 9″
Tim Crawford, “The Harrach Lute Manuscripts and the Complete Works of S. L. Weiss” ~ 1
Richard Stone, “Weiss’s Concerted Music:  A Catalogue with Commentary” ~ 44
Richard Stone, Review of E.G. Baron Collected Works, edited by Jan W. J. Burgers ~ 76
Arthur J. Ness, Review of The Thysius Lute Book:  Facsimile edition (Dutch Lute Society and Royal Society for Music History of the Netherlands) ~ 78
Arthur J. Ness, Briefly Noted:  A Physician’s Lute Book ~ 81
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Volume XLI (2008)
6 x 9″
  — In celebration of Arthur J. Ness’ 75th Birthday —
Thomas J. Mathiesen, “Skindapsos, Pandoura, and Trichordon:  Hellenistic Lutes?” ~ 1
Hiroyuki Minamino, “Production and Reception of Petrucci’s Lute Books” ~ 37
Otto Gombosi (1902 – 1955), “In Search of Renaissance Dance Form:  Francesco da Milano” ~ 57
Robert Xavier Rodriguez, “Omaggio al Divino (2009) for Two Guitars (Excerpt)” ~ 69
Volume XLII & XLIII (2009/2010)
6 x 9″
  — In celebration of Arthur J. Ness’ 75th Birthday, Part II —
François-Pierre Goy, “Three Versions of Pierre Gaultier’s Bataille (1626, 1638, 1650)” ~ 1
Andreas Schlegel, “On Lute Sources and Their Music — Individuality of Prints and Variability of Music” ~ 91
Volume XLIV (2011)
6 x 9″
  — Essays in Celebration of Arthur J. Ness’ 75th Birthday, Part III —
Richard K. Falkenstein, “Perino Fiorentino and the Dentices:  A Political Fantasia and the Siena Lute Book~ 1
John Griffiths, “Spinacino’s Twelve-Tone Experiment” ~ 47
Joachim Lüdtke, “Hans Newsidler in Nuremberg” ~ 77
Volume XLV (2012)
6 x 9″
Stephan Olbertz, “An Unknown Lute Piece in a Keyboard Manuscript with Works by Wilhelm Friedemann Bach” ~ 1
Richard K. Falkenstein, “A Souvenir from the Veneto:  Vincenzo Galilei’s First Book of Lute Tablatures (1563)” ~ 23

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    Anne Burns, LSA
    8175 S. Eston Rd.
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