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Abbot, Thea. Diana Poulton: The lady with the lute. Norwich: Smokehouse Press, 2013.

Abbot, Thea. "Ian Harwood (1931–2011) an obituary." Lute News 99 (October 2011):

Abbott, Djilda, and Ephraim Segermann. "The Cittern in England before 1700." The Lute 17 (1975): 

Abbott, Djilda, and Ephraim Segermann. "Catline strings." FoMRHI Quarterly 12 (July, 1978):

Abbott, Djilda, and Ephraim Segermann. "A string calculator." FoMRHI Quarterly 13 (October, 1978):

Abbott, Djilda, and Ephraim Segermann. "On the time of invention of overspun strings." FoMRHI Quarterly 14 (January, 1979):

Abbott, Djilda, Ephraim Segermann, and Peter Spencer. "Fret distances from the nut for every interval above the open string." FoMRHI Quarterly 14 (January, 1979):

Abondance, Pierre. “La vihuela du Musée Jacquemart-André: Restauration d’un document unique.” Revue de Musicologie 56 (1980): 57-69.

Achtman, Jane. 'For the Harpe, Base Violl and Theorbo.' An Edition of William Lawes's Harp Consorts [Vol. 1: Critical Text; Vol. 2: Music]. Dissertation, Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Basel, 2002.

Aguirre Rincón, Soterraña. “El uso de la semitonía en las cláuslas de las secciones de misas de Morales transcritas por Fuenllana.” Los instrumentos musicales en el siglo XVI. Actas del I Encuentro Tomás Luis de Victoria y la música española del siglo XVI (Avila, May 1993). Avila: Fundación Cultural Sta. Teresa, 1997: 141-52.

Allsen, J. Michael. "A Chitarrone and Lute Manuscript for Stefano Pignatelli." Journal of the Lute Society of America XVII/XVIII (1984/1985): 1-25.

Allworth, Christopher. "Cetra et cetera, by Christopher Allworth." FoMRHI Quarterly 10 (January, 1978):

Alonso Cortés, Narciso. “Diego Pisador: algunos datos biográficos.” Boletín de la Biblioteca Menéndez y Pelayo 3 (1921): 331-335.

Amos, Charles Nelson. Lute practice and lutenists in Germany between 1500 and 1750. Iowa City, Univ. of Iowa, Dissertation, 1975.

Anglés, Higinio. “Per la Història de la Música Hispànica. Dades desconegudes sobre Miguel de Fuenllana.” Revista Musical Catalana 33 (1936): 140-43.

Annoni, Maria T. “Tuning, Temperament, and Pedagogy for the Vihuela in Juan Bermudo's Declaración de instrumentos musicales (1555)”. Thesis, Ohio State University, 1989.

Apel, Willi. “Early Spanish Music for Lute and Keyboard.” Musical Quarterly 20 (1934): 289-301.

A[rmitt], M.L. "Radino." MT XXXV (1894): 663–6. 

Arnautova, Olga. "Moskovskoi Manuskript Leopolda Silviusa Vaisa. Starinnaia muzyka v kontekste sovremennoi kultury: problemy interpretatsy i istochnikovedenia. Mareialy muzykovedecheskogo kongressa (Moskovskaia Konservatoria 27 sentiabra - 1 octiabra 1989) (Moscow, 1989): 527-537.

Arnold, Donna. The Lute Music and Related Writings in the Stammbuch of Johann Stobaeus. Ph.D., Musicology, North Texas State University, 1982. iv, 148 p.

Arnold, F.W., and H. Bellerman. "Das Locheimer Liederbuch nebst der Ars organisandi von Conrad 
Paumann." Jb für musikalische Wissenschaft II (1867): 1–234; pubd. separately (Leipzig, 1926/R).

Arriaga, G. "Las Pavanas de Luis Milán y su primera transcripción moderna." Roseta: Revista de la Sociedad Española de la Guitarra 0 (2007): 147–64.

Arriaga, G. "Reflexiones en torno a Luis Milán: Vida, obra, historiografía." Roseta: Revista de la Sociedad Española de la Guitarra 0 (2007): 6–35.

Arriaga, G. "Francisco y Gabriel Garau, músicos mallorquines." RdMc VII (1984): 253–99.

Arriaga, G. Introduction to Santiago de Murcia: Resumen de acompañar la parte con la guitarra (1714). Facsimile, Madrid, 1984.

Artzt, Alice. “The Third Lute Suite by Bach, Three Manuscripts and Their Implications.” Journal of the Lute Society of America I (1968): 

Ashbee, Andrew. "Lutes and viols at the Tudor and Stuart Courts, c.1495–1642." Lute News 48 (December 1998):

Ashbee, Andrew. "The King's Music in the 17th century." Lute News 7 (January 1988):

Ayala, Juan Carlos. “La vihuela en Málaga." Hoquet - Revista del Conservatorio Superior de Música de Málaga 1 (2000): 21-28.

Bailes, Anthony. "An introduction to French lute music of the XVIIth century." in: Jean-Michel Vaccaro (ed.), Le Luth et sa Musique II (Paris: Éditions du CNRS, 1984): 213-228.

Bailes, Anthony. "The Lute, 1600-1645, a review." Lute News 63 (September 2002):

Bailes, Anthony. "Cat-lines." Lute News 66 (June 2003):

Bailes, Anthony. "An approach to 17th century French lute music." Lute News 85 (April 2008):

Bailes, Anthony. "A personal tribute to Julian Bream in his 80th birthday year." Lute News 107 (October 2013):

Bailes, Anthony. "Obituary: Eugen M. Dombois." Lute News 111 (October 2014):

Bailey, James. “Regular Meantone Temperaments Applied to Francesco da Milano.” Journal of the Lute Society of America XXVI & XXVII (1993/1994):

Baines, Anthony. “Fifteenth-Century Instruments in Tinctoris's De Inventione et Usu Musicae.” Galpin Society Journal 3 (1950): 19-25.

Bal y Gay, Jesús. “Fuenllana and the Transcription of Spanish Lute Music.”. Acta Musicologica 11 (1939): 16-27.

Baldassare, Joseph A. "Playing the lute of mediaeval Europe, part 1." Lute News 69 (April 2004):

Baldassare, Joseph A. "Playing the lute of mediaeval Europe, part 2." Lute News 70 (July 2004):

Baldassare, Joseph A. "Playing the lute of mediaeval Europe, part 3." Lute News 72 (December 2004):

Ballman, Christine. "Technique de chant au luth d’après le manuscrit Cavalcanti (Bruxelles, Bibliothèque Royale Albert Ier, Ms II 275)." Revue belge de Musicologie L (1986): 35-48.

Banks, Jon. "A Piece of 15th-Century Lute Music in the Segovia Codex." The Lute 34 (1994): 3-10.

Banks, Jon. “Performing the instrumental music in the Segovia Codex.” Early Music 27/2 (1999): 295-309.

Banks, Jon. "A new old repertory for lutes." Lute News 55 (September 2000):

Banks, Jon. The Instrumental Consort Repertory of the Late Fifteenth Century. Aldershot, 2006.

Baranova, Tat’jana. "Leningradskaja ljutnevaja tabulatura (BAN, O N° 124)." Starinnaia muzyka v kontekste sovremennoi kultury: problemy interpretatsy i istochnikovedenia. Mareialy muzykovedecheskogo kongressa (Moskovskaia Konservatoria 27 sentiabra - 1 octiabra 1989) (Moscow, 1989): 552-573.

Baranova, Tat’jana. "Rekopismienna tabulatura lutniowa ze zbiorów Biblioteki Akademii Nauk ZSRR w Leningradzie." Muzyka XXXIV (1989/1): 49-56 (and suppl.: 54 p. musical incipit).

Barber, Stephen. "Making Lute Moulds." The Lute 22/1 (1982): 21-24.

Barber, Stephen. "A Six-Course Lute by Magno Dieffopruchar." The Lute 22/2 (1982): 47-54.

Barber, Stephen. "A Damascus Oud." The Lute 23/2 (1983): 13-22.

Barber, Stephen. "Two little-known orpharions." Lute News 7 (January 1988):

Barber, Stephen.  "A chitarrone by Magno Dieffopruchar." Lute News 10 (October 1988):

Barber, Stephen, and Sandi Harris. "The Lute in Holbein’s 'The Ambassadors.'"Lute Society of America Quarterly XXXV/4 (2000): 5

Barber, Stephen. "Some unusual lutes." Lute News 78 (June 2006):

Barbieri, P. "L'accordatura strumentale in Toscana: proposte e contrasti da Vincenzo Galilei a Cristofori (c. 1580–1730)." Musicologia humana: Studies in Honor of Warren and Ursula Kirkendale, ed. S. Gmeinwieser, D. Hiley and J. Riedlbauer (Florence, 1994): 209-32.

Barrio Moya, J.L. "Algunas noticias sobre el mallorquín D. Francisco Garau, músico cantor en la capilla real de Madrid durante los reinados de Carlos II y Felipe V." Bolletí de la Societat arqueològica Lulmliana,LII (1996): 303-14.

Barto, Robert, and Boris Marold. "In memoriam Karl-Ernst Schröder. Ein Nachruf." Lauten Info der DLG (2004/1): 8

Barto, Robert. "Baroque lute technique." Lute News 81 (April 2007):

Barto, Robert. "Some 18th Century German Sources for Right Hand Placement and Fingering." Lute Society of America Quarterly XLII/1 (2007): 4

Batchelor, Anne. "Daniel Bacheler: The Right Perfect Musician." The Lute 28 (1988): 3-12.

Batchelor, Anne. A Batchelor's Delight. Beverley, 1990.

Batchelor, Anne. "Daniel Bacheler: The Right Perfect Musician." Lute News 18 (January 1991):

Batov, Alexander. "Lute body assembly; an unusual perspective." Lute News 59 (September 2001):

Batov, Alexander. "Vihuela building, some recent discoveries and personal thoughts." Lute News 71 (October 2004):

Batov, Alexander."The Royal College Dias: guitar or vihuela." Lute News 77 (April 2006):

Baur, Andrea Cordula. "Die handschriftlichen Eintragungen im Florilegium des Adrian Denss (München Bayerische Staatsbibl. 2° Mus. pr. 93)." Die Laute II (1999): 35-59.

Becker, O. Die englischen Madrigalisten William Byrd, Thomas Morley und John Dowland. Leipzig, 1901.

Beckman, Gary Dean. The Sacred Lute: Intabulated Chorales from Luther’s Age to the beginnings of Pietism. Dissertation, University of Texas at Austin, December 2007.

Behr, Julian. Ms. Q 907. Eine Lautenhandschrift in der Zentralbilbiothek Zürich. Dissertation, Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Basel, 2006.

Beier, Paul. "Right-Hand Position in Renaissance Lute Technique." Journal of the Lute Society of America XII (1979): 5-24.

Beier, Paul. "More on right-hand technique." Lute News 17 (August 1990):

Beier, Paul. "Un madrigale in esame" [Special insert]. Bollettino della Società italiana del liuto 4 (April 1992):

Beier, Paul. "The most famous and divine Laurencini." Lute News 35 (September 1995):

Beier, Paul. "The so-called lute works of JS Bach: some thoughts." Lute News 53 (April 2000):

Beier, Paul. “Some Observations on the Music of Lorenzino and the Knight of the Lute.” Journal of the Lute Society of America XXXVIII (2005).

Beier, Paul. "Francesco da Milano and Perino Fiorentino." Lute Society of America Quarterly XLIII/2 (2008): 7

Beier, Paul. "Some Remarks on the Seven-Course Lute Music in the Siena Manuscript." Lute Society of America Quarterly XLIV/2 (2009): 8

Benatar, Rafael. "Making Catlines at Home." Lute Society of America Quarterly XXI/2 (1986): 13

Benkö, Dániel. “A Hungarian Lute Manuscript.” Journal of the Lute Society of America V (1972):

Benkö, Dániel. "Bakfark Problems I. (Lasso-Bakfark “Veni in hortum meum”)." SM XVII (1975): 297-313. 

Benkö, Dániel. "Quelques réflexions à propos de Bakfark." in: Jean-Michel Vaccaro (ed.), Le Luth et sa Musique II (Paris: Éditions du CNRS, 1984): 113-122.

Benoit, M. Versailles et les musiciens du roi, 1661–1733. Paris, 1971.

Bermúdez, Egberto. “La vihuela: Los ejemplares de Paris y Quito.” La guitarra española-The Spanish guitar. (Madrid: Sociedad Estatal Quinto Centenario, 1991): 25-47.

Bermúdez, Egberto. “La vihuela de la Iglesia de la Compañía de Jesús de Quito.” Revista de Musicología 15 (1992): 97-105.

Bermúdez, Egberto. "Sobre la identidad de Ludovico." Nassarre X (1994): 9-16.

Bernstein, J. "Philip Van Wilder and the Netherlandish Chanson in England." MD XXXIII (1979): 55

Binkley, Thomas, and M. Frenk Alatorre. Spanish Romances of the Sixteenth Century. Bloomington, IN, 1995.

Birsak, Kurt. "Salzburger Quellen zu Mandora und Colachon." Die Laute V (2003): 80-108.

Blackburn, Bonnie J. "’Il magnifico Sigismondo Maler Thedescho’ and his Family: the Venetian connection." The Lute 50 (2010):

Blackman, Martha. "A Translation of Hans Judenkünig's Ain Schone Kunstliche Underweisung... (1523)." The Lute 14 (1972):

Blardone, A. "Giovanni Battista Granata: una figura da riscoprire." Il ‘Fronimo 61 (1987): 41-7.

Bloch, Suzanne. “Saga of a Twentieth-Century Lute Pioneer.” Journal of the Lute Society of America II (1969):

Blume, F. "Introduction to E. Reusner: Sämtliche Suiten für die Laute, i: Suite 1 bis 5 aus den ‘Neuen Lautenfrüchten (1676)." ed. W. Gerwig, Wolfenbüttel and Berlin, 1928.

Boetticher, Wolfgang. Studien zur solistischen Lautenpraxis des 16. und 17. Jahrhunderts. Berlin, 1943.


Boetticher, Wolfgang. Handschriftlich überlieferte Gitarren- und Lautentabulaturen des 15. bis 18. Jahrhunderts. Munich, 1978.

Boetticher, Wolfgang. "Zur inhaltlichen Bestimmung des für Laute intavolierten Handschriftenbestands." Acta Musicologica 51 (1979): 193-203.

Bollini, A. "L'attività liutistica a Milano dal 1450 al 1550: nuovi documenti." RIM XXI (1986): 31-60. 


Bonavita, Rafael. La Musica di Angelo Michele Bartolotti nel contesto della vita di Cristina di SveziaDissertation, Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Basel, 2006.

Bonner, Stephen. "Two Renaissance Lute Carvings." The Lute 13 (1971):

Boorman, Stanley. "Notari, Porter and the Lute." The Lute 13 (1971):

Bordas, Cristina, et al. La Guitarra Española-The Spanish Guitar. Madrid: Sociedad Estatal Quinto Centenario, 1991.

Bordas, Cristina. “La construcción de vihuelas y guitarras en Madrid en los siglos XVI y XVII.” La guitarra en la historia 6 (1995): 47-67.

Boye, Gary R. Giovanni Battista Granata and the Development of Printed Guitar Music in Seventeenth-Century Italy. Ph.D. Thesis, Duke University, 1995.

Boye, Gary R. "Music for the Baroque guitar" (1995-2013). http://applications.library.appstate.edu/music/guitar/home.html

Boye, Gary R. "Music for the Lute, Guitar, and Vihuela (1470-1799)" (1995-2015). http://applications.library.appstate.edu/music/lute/home.html

Boye, Gary R. "Performing Seventeenth-Century Italian Guitar Music: the Question of an Appropriate Stringing." Performance on Lute, Guitar, and Vihuela: Historical Practice and Modern Interpretation, ed. V.A. Coelho (Cambridge, 1997): 180-94.

Boye, Gary R. "The Case of the Purloined Letter Tablature: The Seventeenth-Century Guitar Books of Foriano Pico and Pietro Millioni." Journal for Seventeenth-Century Music 11, no. 1 (2005):

Braun, Gundi. Die spanischen Vihuela-Lieder im 16. Jahrhundert. Dissertation, Universität Heidelberg, 1993.

Bream, Julian. "Some reflections on the old early music racket." Lute News 65 (April 2003):


Brenet, M. "Notes sur l'histoire du luth en France." RMI V (1898); VI (1899), 1- 44; pubd. separately (Turin, 1899/R).

Bresson, Jean-Luc (trans. George Torres). "Weiss or Questenberg?" Lute Society of America Quarterly XL/3 (2005): 12

Brett, Philip. "Edward Paston (1550–1630): a Norfolk Gentleman and his Musical Collection." Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society IV (1964): 51-69

Brett, Philip. "Musicae Modernae Laus: Geoffrey Whitney's Tributes to the Lute and its Players." The Lute 7 (1965):

Brinzing, Armin. "Formen und Traditionen in den deutschen Lautentänzen des 16. Jahrhunderts." Die Laute I (1998):

Brossard, Y. de. "La vie musicale en France d\'après Loret et ses continuateurs 1650–1688." RMFC X (1970):

Brossard, Y. de. La collection de Sébastien de Brossard. Paris, 1994.

Brown, Edward E. "Joseph Haydn’s String Quartet Op. 1 No. 6 and the Cassation for Lute, Violin and Cello." Lute Society of America Quarterly XXIX/2 (1994): 22.

Brown, Howard Mayer. Instrumental Music Printed Before 1600: A Bibliography. Cambridge Mass: Harvard University Press, 1967.

Brown, Howard Mayer. "Sixteenth-Century Instrumentation: the Music for the Florentine Intermedii." MSD XXX (1973): 197-207.

Brown, Howard Mayer. “Accidentals and Ornamentation in sixteenth-century intabulations of Josquin Motets.” Josquin des Prez. Proceedings of the International Festival-Conference held at the Juilliard School at Lincoln Center in New York City, 21-25 June 1971. Ed. E. Lowinsky. Londres: Oxford University Press, 1976: 475-522.

Brown, Howard Mayer. "La musica ficta dans les mises en tablature d’Albert de Rippe et Adrian Le Roy." in: Jean-Michel Vaccaro (ed.), Le Luth et sa Musique II (Paris: Éditions du CNRS, 1984): 163-182.

Brown, Howard Mayer. "The importance of Sixteenth-Century Intabulations." in: Grijp/Mook (eds.), Proceedings of the International Lute Symposium, Utrecht 1986 (Utrecht: STIMU Foundation for Historical Performance Practice, 1988): 1-29.

Brown, Howard Mayer. "Vincenzo Galilei in Rome: his First Book of Lute Music (1563) and its Cultural 
Context." Music and Science in the Age of Galileo, ed. V. Coelho (Dordrecht, 1992): 153-84.

Brown, Howard Mayer. "Principal instruments of 14th century Italy and their structural features." FoMRHI Quarterly 8 (July, 1977):

Brown, Lawrence D. "Lute action." FoMRHI Quarterly 28 (July, 1982):

Brown, Lawrence D. "Finishing lute soundboards." FoMRHI Quarterly 29 (October, 1982):

Bruger, Hans Dagobert (Joachim Lüdtke). "Herkunft und Entwicklungder modernen (einchörigen) Laute [Kommentierter und annotierter Wiederabdruck aus Die Musikantengilde1926]." Lauten Info der DLG (2005/4): 14

Bruggart R.W. Alberto da Ripa: Lutenist and Composer. Dissertation, University of Michigan, 1956.

Buch, David J. "On the Authorship of William Lawes’s Suite for Two Lutes." Journal of the Lute Society of America XVI (1983): 12-14.

Buch, David J. "Style brisé, Style luthée, and the Choses luthées." MQ LXXI (1985): 52-67.

Buch, David J. "Texture in French Baroque Lute Music and Related Ensemble Repertories." Journal of the Lute Society of America XX/XXI (1987/1988): 120-154.

Buch, David J. "On Dating the Lute Music in La Rhetorique des dieux: New Evidence from Watermarks." Journal of the Lute Society of America XXV (1992): 25-37.

Buetens, Stanley. Method for the Renaissance Lute. Instrumenta Antiqua Publications, Menlo Park, California, 1969.

Buetens, Stanley. “The Instructions of Alessandro Piccinini.” Journal of the Lute Society of America II (1969):

Buetens, Stanley. “Nicolas Vallet’s Lute Quartets.” Journal of the Lute Society of America II (1969): 28-36.

Buetens, Stanley. “On Fretting a Lute.” Journal of the Lute Society of America III (1970):

Buetens, Stanley. “Left-Handed Fingerings of Difficult Single-Line Passages.” Journal of the Lute Society of America IV (1971):

Buetens, Stanley. "Theorbo Accompaniments of Early Seventeenth-Century Italian Monody." Journal of the Lute Society of America VI (1973): 37-45.

Buetens, Stenley. "In defence of my book, The Meaning and Performance of Ornament Signs in English Lute Tablatures." Lute News 48 (December 1998):

Burchmore, B.K. "A Saizenay miscellany." Journal of the Lute Society of America (forthcoming).

Burgers, J. "Sources Concerning Vallet.": appx. to: Introduction to The Complete works of Nicolaes Vallet, ed.L.P. Grijp, R. Spencer and J. Burgers (Utrecht, 1986–92) iii: xxxv–lxviii.

Burgers, J. "The Thysius lute book." Lute News 97 (April 2011):

Burris, Timothy Allen. Lute and Theorbo in Vocal Music in 18th-Century Dresden: A Performance Practice Study. Ph.D., Musicology, Duke University, 1997. xiv, 457 p.

Burris, Timothy. "From Keyboard to Baroque Lute: One Player’s Approach to Transcription." Lute Society of America Quarterly XLVI/4 (2011): 43

Burzik, Monika. Quellenstudien zu Europaisichen Zupfinstrumenten formen: Methodenprobleme, kunsthistorische Aspekte und Fragen der Namenszuordnung. Kassel: Gustav Bosse Verlag, 1997.

Caffagni, Mirco. “The Modena Tiorba Manuscript.” Journal of the Lute Society of America XII (1979): 25-42.

Caffagni, Mirco, and F. Pavan. Introduction to Perino Fiorentino: Opere per liuto. Bologna, 1996.

Callon, Gordon J. "Songs with Theorbo by Charles Colman and his Contemporaries in Oxford, Bodleian Library Ms Broxbourne 84.9 and London, Lambeth Palace Library." Journal of the Lute Society of America XXIV (1991): 15-51.

Calvo-Manzano, M.R. Ruiz de Ribayaz: Luz y norte musical. Madrid, 1982. [incl. facs. and commentary]

Campo Tejedor, (Cáceres Feria) Alberto del, and Rafael Cáceres Feria. “Tocar a lo barbero. Guitar, popular music and barbers in the 17th century." Boletín de Literatura Oral 3 (2013): 9-47.

Canguilhem, P. "Tel père, tel fils? Les opinions esthétiques de la famille Galilei." IRASM, XXIII (1992): 27-42.

Canguilhem, P. Les deux éditions de ‘Fronimo’ (1568 et 1584) et la place du luth dans la pensée musicale de Vincenzo Galilei. Dissertation, University of Tours, 1994.

Cantalupi, Diego. La tiorba ed il suo uso in Italia come strumento per basso continuoDissertation, Cremona, Scuola di Paleografia e Filologia Musicale dell'Università di Pavia, 1996; R/2006 MV Cremona.

Cardin, Michel. "Silvius Leopold Weiss: the London Manuscript Revealed." Lute Society of America Quarterly XXXII/2 (1997): 5

Cardin, Michel. "Silvius Leopold Weiss: the London Manuscript Revealed – Part II." Lute Society of America Quarterly XXXII/4 (1997): 6

Cardin, Michel. "The Late Baroque Lute: Sonority, Sound Aesthetic and Ornamentation, Seen through the Genius of Silvius Leopold Weiss." Lute Society of America Quarterly XXXIII/1 & 2 (1998):

Cardin, Michel (tr. Joachim Domning). "Die späte Barocklaute –Klang, Ästhetik und Verzierungbetrachtet über das Genie Weiß." Lauten Info der DLG (2000/3): 2

Cardin, Michel (tr. Markus Lutz & Rainer Schmidt). "Ver zierungen & Wie ich eineAngloise von Weiss verziere." Lauten Info der DLG (2000/4): 3

Cardin, Michel. "The London Manuscript Unveiled: Part III – Suites 13 – 19." Lute Society of America Quarterly XXXVI/1 (2001): 17

Cardin, Michel. "The London Manuscript Unveiled: Part IV – Suites 20 – 26." Lute Society of America Quarterly XXXVI/2 (2001): 23

Cardin, Michel (tr. Markus Lutz & Rainer Schmidt). "Das Londoner Manuskripterklärt." Lauten Info der DLG (2002/2): 11

Cardin, Michel (tr. Thomas Schall). "Das Londoner Manuskript erklärt (Teil 2)." Lauten Info der DLG (2002/4): 13

Cardin, Michel (tr. Markus Lutz & Rainer Schmidt). "Das Capriccio von Silvius Leopold Weiss in einer vervollständigten Version." Lauten Info der DLG (2004/1): 10


Cardin, Michel. "The London Manuscript Unveiled, Part V: The 35 Individual Pieces." Lute Society of America Quarterly XLI/2 (2006): 18

Cardin, Michel (tr. Markus Lutz & Rainer Schmidt). "Das Londoner Manuskript erklärt – 12 Schlussfolgerungen [Teil 1]." Lauten Info der DLG (2006/2): 8

Cardin, Michel (tr. Markus Lutz & Rainer Schmidt). "Das Londoner Manuskript erklärt – 12 Schlussfolgerungen. Teil 2." Lauten Info der DLG (2006/3): 27

Carlone, Mariagrazia. “Il Divino Francesco: International Symposium on Francesco da Milano.” Journal of the Lute Society of America XXVI & XXVII (1993/1994):

Carlone, Mariagrazia. "A portrait of Francesco da Milano." Lute News 35 (September, 1995):

Carlone, Mariagrazia. “A Trip to Venice in 1530 by Francesco da Milano.” Journal of the Lute Society of America XXXIV (2001):

Carlone, Mariagrazia. “The Knights of the Lute.” Journal of the Lute Society of America XXXVII (2004): 1-125.

Carlone, Mariagrazia. "The Knights of the Lute: Musical Sources.” Journal of the Lute Society of America XXXVIII (2005):

Carlone, Mariagrazia. Images of Lutenists in the Italian Cinquecento. Paris, (forthcoming).

Carlton-Willis, Rosemary. "Gesture in the English lute song." Lute News 94 (August, 2010):

Carpenter, Stephen. "The lute music of Francis Cutting." Lute News 38 (June 1996):

Carrasco, M. Wladimir. “La Vihuela y los Himnos del Intonarium Toletanum (1515).” Hispanica Lyra 16 (December 2012): 17-24.

Carreca, Michele. "Giacomo Gorzanis and his music." Lute News 93 (April, 2010):

Carter, Tim. "'Serate musicali' in Early Seventeenth-Century Florence: Girolamo Montesardo’s 
'L’allegre notti di Fiorenza' (1608)." Renaissance Studies in Honor of Craig Hugh Smyth (Florence, 
1985), i: 555-68.

Carter, William. "Speculations on the Tuning and Technique of the Baroque Guitar, with Some Observations on the Music of Joanambrosio Dalza, Diomedes Cato, Ennemond Gaultier and Cuthbert Hely." Lute News 77 (April, 2006):

Carter, William. "J.S. Bach’s lute works." Lute News 103 (October, 2012):

Castagna, Paulo. “Os modos e a gênese musical em Luis de Milán.” Revista eletrônica de musicologia 1 (September, 1996):

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Gill, Donald. "Mandores and alternative lutes." Lute News 1 (July 1986):

Gill, Donald. "The 17th century gittern and bell gittern.FoMRHI Quarterly 47 (April, 1987):

Gill, Donald. "The Skene Mandora Manuscript." The Lute 28 (1988):

Gill, Donald. "Intabulating for the Mandore: Some Notes on a 17th-Century Workbook." The Lute 34 (1994): 15-25.

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Godwin, Joscelyn. "The Survival of the Theorbo Principal." Journal of the Lute Society of America VI (1973):

Godwin, Joscelyn. "Eccentric Forms of the Guitar, 1770–1850." Journal of the Lute Society of America VII (1974):

Goldberg, C. Stilisierung als kunstvermittelnder Prozess: die französischen Tombeau-Stücke im 17. Jahrhundert. Laaber, 1987.

Goldschmidt, Gusta (ed. Pat O'Brien). "A Technique for Stringing a Lute with Gut." Lute Society of America Quarterly XXI/1 (1986): 19

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Gombosi, Otto. "In Search of Renaissance Dance Form: Francesco da Milano." Journal of the Lute Society of America (In celebration of Arthur J. Ness’ 75th Birthday) XLI (2008):

Gondko, Michal. The Citole: Summary, Open Issues, Possible RepertoireDissertation, Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Basel, 2002.

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Goodwin, Christopher. "How fast should we play Elizabethan lute music." Lute News 34 (May, 1995):

Goodwin, Christopher. "Rediscovered and reconstructed mid-16th century lute songs." Lute News 36 (December, 1995):

Goodwin, Christopher. "Early English lute songs." Lute News 43 (September, 1997):

Goodwin, Christopher, and H. Ridout. "How much did second-hand lutes cost?" Lute News 44 (December, 1997):

Goodwin, Christopher. "What proportion of lute music has come down to us?" Lute News 53 (April, 2000):

Goodwin, Christopher. "Some recent discoveries in Elizabethan Song." The Lute 40 (2000): 32-50.

Goodwin, Christopher. "The earliest English lute manuscript?" Lute News 61 (April, 2002):

Goodwin, Christopher. "What is a dump?" The Lute 42 (2002):

Goodwin, Christopher. "Who owned the Folger Dowland lute book? A solve-it-yourself historical puzzle." Lute News 65 (April, 2003):

Goodwin, Christopher. "Philip van Wilder’s English Songs." The Lute 43 (2003):

Goodwin, Christopher. "A Few More Discoveries in Elizabethan Song." The Lute 44 (2004):

Goodwin, Christopher. "Paul Thomson, luthier, interviewed by Chris Goodwin." Lute News 77 (April, 2006):

Goodwin, Christopher. "Lutes on the Danube." Lute News 91 (October, 2009):

Goodwin, Christopher. "Lanier’s 1613 portrait, a suggested reading." Lute News 93 (April, 2010):

Goodwin, Christopher. "A tablature fragment in Bodleian MS Bod. 842, more evidence of Oxford consort playing?" The Lute 50 (2010):

Goodwin, Christopher. "Did they dance to the lute? A quick minuet through the picture archives." Lute News 98 (August, 2011):

Goodwin, Christopher. "A historical stringing schedule at last? And another picture of the English consort." Lute News 107 (October, 2013):

Goodwin, R.F. A preliminary study into the music and practice of thoroughbass on the Theorbo in the 17th. Century. Senior Paper, California State University, 1979.

Goy, François-Pierre. "Richard Mathew’s Prefatory Epistle and the Contents of The Lutes Apology." The Lute 31 (1991): 2-7.

Goy, François-Pierre, C. Meyer, and M. Rollin (eds.). Sources manuscrites en tablature. Baden-Baden, 1991– .  [catalogue]


Goy, François-Pierre. "Luth et guitare dans le journal et la correspondance (1631-1636) de Bullen Reymes." in: Luths et luthistes en Occident (Paris: Cité de la Musique, 1999): 185-200.

Goy, François-Pierre. "Louis XIII luthiste." in: Georgie Durosoir et Thomas Leconte, Journées Louis XIII musicien et les musiciens de Louis XIII. Automne 2003. Programme édité à l’occasion des Grandes Journées réalisées par le Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles au château de Versailles. Automne 2003 (Versailles: Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles, 2003): 205-218.

Goy, François-Pierre. "The origins and history of a Scots-owned lute book: The 'Ruthven Manuscript' (F-Pn Res. 1110)." The Lute 48 (2008):

Goy, François-Pierre. "Some additional information on Wolfgang von Gruenbuehel's lute book." The Lute 48 (2008):

Goy, François-Pierre. "Three Versions of Pierre Gaultier’s Bataille (1626, 1638, 1650)." Journal of the Lute Society of America (In celebration of Arthur J. Ness’ 75th Birthday, Part II) XLII & XLIII (2009/2010):

Goy, François-Pierre, and Joachim Lüdtke, and Andreas Schlegel. "Zur Biographie des Lautenisten„Tauseana“." Lauten Info der DLG (2011/no. 4): 8

Goy, François-Pierre. "Unechter Bach, aberechtes Lautenstück: BWV Anh. II 79, Variatio." Lauten Info der DLG (2012/no. 4): 14

Goy, François-Pierre. "The accords nouveaux: a survey of their history, sources and music." Lute News 105 (April, 2013):

Goy, François-Pierre. "Erste Gedanken über eine wichtige, noch unbekannte Lautenquelle." Die Laute XI (2013):

Grandis, L. de. "Famiglie di musicisti del ’500. I Piccinini: vita col Liuto." NRMI XVI (1982): 226-32.

Graziano, Stefano. From language to music: Mapping the history of the Italian lute vocabulary. Dissertation, Ph.D, Boston University, 2011, 132 p.

Grebe, María Ester. "Modality in the Spanish Vihuela Music of the Sixteenth-Century and its Incidence in Latin-American Music." Anuario Musical 26 (1971): 29-59; 27 (1972): 109-29.

Greenlee, Robert, and Alexander Smith. "Performing Early Seventeenth-Century Monody." Lute Society of America Quarterly XXIV/1 (1989): 5

Greer, David. ""What if a Day": an Examination of the Words and Music." ML XLIII (1962): 304-19.

Greer, David. "The Lute Songs of Thomas Morley." The Lute 8 (1966): 25-37.

Greer, David. "Campion the Musician." The Lute 9 (1967):

Greer, David. "The Part-Songs of the English Lutenists." PRMA XCIV (1967-8): 97-110.

Greer, David. "'...thou court's delight': Biographical Notes on Henry Noel." The Lute 17 (1975):

Greer, David. "A Dowland Curiosity." The Lute 27 (1987): 42-44.

Greer, David, and John H. Robinson. "A fragment of tablature in the Marsh Library." The Lute 49 (2009):

Gregory, Gordon. "Buying a lute in 1593, and 1993." Lute News 28 (November, 1993):

Gregory, Gordon. "Choosing a first lute." Lute News 31 (September, 1994):

Gregory, Gordon. "The different sizes of renaissance lutes and their uses." Lute News 78 (June, 2006):

Gregory, Gordon. "Tuning lutes." Lute News 79 (October, 2006):

Griffiths, John. Selected Songs from ‘Libro de Musica en cifras para Vihuela intitulado el Parnaso’ by Esteban Daza (Valladolid, 1576). BA Hons dissertation, Monash, 1974.

Griffiths, John. "The The Vihuela Book ‘El Parnaso’ by Esteban Daza." Studies in Music 10 (1976): 37-51.

Griffiths, John. "The Lutes in the Museo Municipal de Música in Barcelona." Journal of the Lute Society of America XII (1979): 48-66.

Griffiths, John (ed.). Esteban Daza. The Fantasias for Vihuela. Recent Researches in Music of the Renaissance, 54. Madison: A-R Editions, 1982.

Griffiths, John. The Vihuela Fantasia: A Comparative Study of Forms and Styles. Ph.D. Dissertation, Monash University, 1983.

Griffiths, John. "L’Oiseau Lyre and Australian Music", and "L’Oiseau Lyre in the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Baroque." L’Oiseau Lyre: The Work of Louise Hanson-Dyer and the Lyrebird Press. Melbourne: University of Melbourne, 1985, 19: 27-28.

Griffiths, John. "La ‘Fantasía que contrahaze la harpa’ de Alonso Mudarra: estudio histórico-analítico." Revista de Musicología 9 (1986): 29-40.

Griffiths, John. "La evolución de la fantasía en el repertorio vihuelístico." España en la Música del Occidente. Ed. Emilio Casares, José López-Calo and Ismael Fernández de la Cuesta, Vol. 1 (Madrid: Ministerio de Cultura, 1987): 315-322.

Griffiths, John. "Berlin Mus. MS40032 y otros nuevos hallazgos en el repertorio para vihuela." España en la Música del Occidente. Ed. Emilio Casares, José López-Calo and Ismael Fernández de la Cuesta, Vol. 1 (Madrid: Ministerio de Cultura, 1987): 323-324.

Griffiths, John. "On Playing the Fantasia." Early Music New Zealand 3/1 (1987): 3-17.

Griffiths, John. "La música renacentista para instrumentos solistas y el gusto español." Nassarre: Revista Aragonesa de Musicología 4 (1988): 59-78.

Griffiths, John. "Mudarra’s Harp Fantasy: History and Analysis." Australian Guitar Journal 1 (1989): 19-25.

Griffiths, John. "At Court and at Home with the vihuela de mano: Current perspectives of the Instrument, its Music and its World." Journal of the Lute Society of America XXII (1989): 1-27.

Griffiths, John. "Une fantaisie de la Renaissance—an Introduction." Journal of the Lute Society of America XXIII (1990): 1-6.

Griffiths, John, and V. Coelho (eds.). "A Renaissance Fantasy." Journal of the Lute Society of America 23 (1990):

Griffiths, John and W. E. Hultberg. "Santa Maria and the Printing of Instrumental Music in Sixteenth-Century Spain." Livro de homenagem a Macario Santiago Kastner. Ed. Maria Fernanda Cidrais Rodrigues, Manuel Morais, Rui Veiera Nery (Lisbon: Fundaçao Calouste Gulbenkian, 1992): 345-60.

Griffiths, John. "Esteban Daza: Un enigma desvelado de un vihuelista español." La enseñanza de la lengua y cultura españolas en Australia y Nueva Zelanda. Ed A. Monclús (Canberra: Embajada de España,Consejería de Educación; Madrid: Iberediciones, 1993): 135-55.

Griffiths, John. "Veinte años con una vihuela en las manos." La guitarra en la historia 6 (1995). Córdoba: Ayuntamiento de Córdoba, 1995: 66-85.

Griffiths, John. "The confluence of two traditions: vocal and instrumental elements in 16th-century solo instrumental music." Les concerts des voix et des instruments dans la musique de la Renaissance. Ed. J-M. Vaccaro (Paris: Centre Nationale de Recherche Scientifique, 1995): 639-56.

Griffiths, John. "Esteban Daza: a gentleman musician in Renaissance Spain." Early Music 22 (1995): 437-48.

Griffiths, John. "The Vihuela: performance practice, style and context." Lute, Guitar, and Vihuela: Historical Performance and Modern Interpretation. Ed Victor Coelho. Cambridge Studies in Performance Practice (Cambridge: CUP, 1997): 158-79.

Griffiths, John. "Laúdes y guitarras en las Cantigas de Santa María." Alfonso X el Sabio impulsor del arte, la cultura y el humanismo: el arpa en la Edad Media española. Ed. María Rosa Calvo Manzano (Madrid: Arlu Ediciones, 1998): 209-224.

Griffiths, John. "Música, vihuelas y burguesía." Scherzo Nº 121 (Jan/Feb, 1998): 136-38.

Griffiths, John. "Na dworze i w domu z vhuela da mano: Spoirzenie na instrument, jego muzyke i swiat." Canor 21 (1998): 3-14.

Griffiths, John. "Extremities: the Vihuela in Development and Decline." Luths et luthistes en Occident: Actes du Colloque (Paris, Cité de la Musique 13-15 May, 1998). Paris: Musée de la Musique, 1999: 51-61.

Griffiths, John. "[Cristóbal de Morales] En manos de los vihuelistas." Scherzo Vol. 16 Nº 147 (September, 2000): 128-30.

Griffiths, John. "The Lute and the Polyphonist." Studi Musicali 31 (2002): 71-90.

Griffiths, John. "The Transmission of Secular Polyphony in Renaissance Spain, Esteban Daza, and Rodrigo de Ceballos." Encomium Musicae: A Festschrift in Honor of Robert J. Snow. Ed. David Crawford & G. Grayson Wagstaff (New York: Pendragon Press, 2002): 321-40.

Griffiths, John. "Luis Milán, Alonso Mudarra y la canción acompañada." Siglos de Oro 22 (2003): 7-28.

Griffiths, John. "Strategies for the Recovery of Guitar Music of the Early Seventeenth Century." Rime e suoni alla spagnola. Atti della giornata internazionale dei studi sulla chitarra barocca. Ed Giulia Veneziano. Secoli d’oro – Comparatistica 33 (Florence: Alinea Editrice, 2003): 59-81.

Griffiths, John. "Improvisation and Composition in the Vihuela Songs of Luis Milán and Alonso Mudarra." Gesäng zur Laute, ed. Nicole Schwindt. TroJa — Trossingen Jahrbuch für Musikforschung 2. (Kassel: Bärenreiter, 2003): 111-32.

Griffiths, John. Tañer vihuela según Juan Bermudo. Zaragoza: Institución Fernando el Católico, 2003. [104 pp].

Griffiths, John. "L’essor et le déclin de la vihuela." Au origins de la guitare: la vihuela de mano. Ed. Joel Dugot. Les cahiers du Musée de la Musique 5 (Paris: Musée de la Musique, 2004): 8-15.

Griffiths, John. "La vihuela en la época de Felipe II." Políticas y Prácticas musicales en el mundo de Felipe II: Estudios sobre la música en España, sus instituciones y sus territorios en la segunda mitad del siglo XVI. Ed. J. Griffiths and J. Suárez-Pajares. Música Hispana (Madrid: Instituto Complutense de Ciencias Musicales, 2004): 415-48.

Griffiths, John and D. Fabris (eds.). Neapolitan Lute Music: Fabrizio Dentice, Giulio Severino, Giovanni Antonio Severino, Francesco Cardone. Recent Researches in Music of the Renaissance 140. Madison: A-R Editions, 2004. [xxvi + 181pp]

Griffiths, John. "The Two Renaissances of the Vihuela — Los dos renacimientos de la vihuela." Goldberg 33 (April, 2005): 34-43.

Griffiths, John. "Printing the Art of Orpheus: Vihuela Tablatures in Sixteenth-Century Spain." Early Music Printing and Publishing in the Iberian World. Ed. Iain Fenlon and Tess Knighton. De Musica 11 (Kassel: Edition Reichenberger, 2006): 181-214.

Griffiths, John (ed.). "Obras del manuscrito ‘Barbarino’ (Nápoles[?] c. 1580-1610) Manuscrito Ms Mus 40032 de la Biblioteca Jagiellonska de Cracovia (olim Berlin, Deutsche Staatsbibliothek). Obras oara laúd o vihuela de 6 o 7 órdenes." Separata Musical Nº 4 of Hispanica Lyra. Madrid: Sociedad de la Vihuela, 2006. (24 pp)

Griffiths, John. "Esteban Daza: Un enigma desvelado de un vihuelista español." Hispanica Lyra: Revista de la Sociedad de Vihuela No 5 (May 2007): 8-15.

Griffiths, John. "Venegas, Cabezón y la música para tecla, arpa y vihuela." Cinco siglos de música de tecla española —Five Centuries of Spanish Keyboard Music. Ed. Luisa Morales (Garrucha (Almería): Asociación Cultural Leal, 2007): 153-168.

Griffiths, John. "Luis Milán." Semblanzas de Compositores españoles. Madrid: Fundación Juan, March, 2009.

Griffiths, John. "Hidalgo, Mercader, sacerdote, o poeta: vihuelas y vihuelistas en la vida urbana." Hispanica Lyra: Revista de la Sociedad de Vihuela N9 (May, 2009): 14-25.

Griffiths, John. "Hidalgo, merchant , poet, priest: the vihuela in the urban soundscape." Early Music 37.3 (2009): 355-366.

Griffiths, John. "Juan Bermudo, Self Instruction and the Amateur Instrumentalist." Music Education in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Ed. Russell Murray Jr, Susan Forscher Weiss, and Cynthia J. Cyrus (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2010): 126-137.

Griffiths, John. "Las vihuelas en la época de Isabel la Católica." Cuadernos de Música Iberoamericana 20 (July-December, 2010): 7-36.

Griffiths, John, "Spinacino’s Twelve-Tone Experiment." Journal of the Lute Society of America (In celebration of Arthur J. Ness’ 75th Birthday, Part III) XLIV (2011): 47-76.

Griffiths, John. "The Music of Castrato Lutenists at the time of Caravaggio." La Musica al tempo di Caravaggio, ed. Stefania Macioce and Enrico De Pascale (Rome: Gangemi, 2012): 87-103.

Griffiths, John. "Catorce hijos y una sola vihuela: la familia Daza de Valladolid." Cuadernos de la música iberoamericana 25-26 (2013): 149-163.

Griffiths, John. "Extremos: desarrollo y declive de la vihuela." Hispanica LyraRevista de la Sociedad de Vihuela N18 (December, 2013): 15-22.

Griffiths, John. "The Changing Sound of the Vihuela." A Musicological Gift: Libro Homenaje for Jane Morlet Hardie, edited by Kathleen Nelson and Maricarmen Gómez (Lions Bay, Canada: Institute of Mediaeval Music, 2013): 123-146.

Griffiths, John. "Musicología, informática y la vihuela en el siglo XXI." Humanidades Digitales: desafíos, logros y perspectivas de futuro. Ed. Sagrario López Poza and Nieves Pena Suiero. Janus [on-line], Anexo 1 (2014): 21-36.

Grijp, Louis Peter. Introduction to The Complete works of Nicolaes Vallet, ed.L.P. Grijp, R. Spencer and J. Burgers. Utrecht, 1986-92.

Grijp, Louis Peter, and Willem Mook (eds.). Proceedings of the International Lute Symposium, Utrecht 1986 (Utrecht: STIMU Foundation for Historical Performance Practice, 1988): 1-29.

Grijp, Louis Peter. "The Ensemble Music of Nicolaes Vallet." in: Grijp/Mook (eds.), Proceedings of the International Lute Symposium, Utrecht 1986 (Utrecht: STIMU Foundation for Historical Performance Practice, 1988): 64-85.

Grijp, Louis Peter. Het Nederlandse lied in de Gouden Eeuw. Amsterdam, 1991.

Grimm, H. Meister der Renaissancemusik an der Viadrina. Frankfurt an der Oder, 1942.

Guillo, L. "Giovanni Paolo Paladino à Lyon." RdM LXXIII (1987): 249-53.

Guillo, L. Les éditions musicales de la Renaissance lyonnaise. Paris, 1991.

Hadaway, Robert. "The Cittern." Early Music 1/ii (April, 1973): 77-81.

Häfner, E.W. Die Lautenstücke des Denis Gaultier. Endingen, 1939.

Hahne-Overmann, Elisabeth. "Ikonographie der Lautengriffe" [Nachdruck aus:Zeitschrift f. Musikwissenschaft,Jg. 10, 1929/30, S.527–530]. Lauten Info der DLG (1997/no. 3): 12

Halbig, H. "Eine handschriftliche Lautentabulatur des Giacomo Gorzanis." Theodor KroyerFestschrift, ed. H. Zenck, H. Schultz and W. Gerstenberg (Regensburg, 1933): 102-17.

Hall, Monica. “Performing early music on record. VI: The vihuela repertoire.” Early Music 5 (1977): 59-65.

Hall, Monica. Introduction to Santiago de Murcia: Resumen de acompañar la parte con la guitarra (1714). Facs., Monaco, 1980.


Hall, Monica. The Guitar Anthologies of Santiago de Murcia. Dissertation, Open University, Milton Keynes, 1983. [incl. edn of Resumen and Passacalles] 


Hall, Monica. "Santiago de Murcia and François Le Cocq." Journal of the Lute Society of America XVI (1983): 3-7; see also ibid., XVII-XVIII (1984-5): 139-41.


Hall, Monica. "Communications." Journal of the Lute Society of America XVII-XVIII (1984-5): 139-41.


Hall, Monica. "The five-course guitar continuo instrument." Lute News 52 (December, 1999):


Hall, Monica. "I Will Praise God with My Guitar: Jean Baptiste de Castillion – Bishop and Amateur Musician." Lute Society of America Quarterly XXXVI/2 (2001): 4-12.


Hall, Monica. Baroque Guitar Stringing: a Survey of the Evidence. Guildford, 2003/R.


Hall, Monica. "Recovering a Lost Book of Guitar Music by Corbetta." The Consort LXV (2005): 43-58. 


Hall, Monica. "Francesco Corbetta and piracy." Lute News 80 (December, 2006): 18-23.


Hall, Monica. "Francesco Corbetta’s Missing Guitar Books." Lute Society of America Quarterly XLI/3 (2006): 11

Hall, Monica. "Dissonance in the Guitar Music of Francesco Corbetta." The Lute 47 (2007): 55-80.

Hall, Monica. "Angelo Michele Bartolotti's Lettere Tagliate." The Lute 47 (2007): 81-97.

Hall, Monica. "Tuning Instructions for the Baroque Guitar in Bibliotheque Nationale Res.Vmc ms. 59, f. 108v." The Lute 47 (2007):

Hall, Monica. "A few more observations on baroque guitar stringing." The Lute 48 (2008): 71-75.

Hall, Monica. "Was Foscarini also weird? Baroque guitar tablature for the perplexed." The Lute 49 (2009).


Hall, Monica. "Sanseverino’s Alfabeto Songbook." Lute Society of America Quarterly XLVI/1 (2011): 19

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Haraszti, E. "Un grand luthiste du XVIe siècle: Valentin Bakfark." RdM X (1929): 159-76.

Haraszti, E. "Pierre Bono, luthiste de Mathias Corvin." RdM XXVIII (1949): 73-85.

Harder, Thomas Lee. The Vihuela Fantasias from Miguel de Fuenllana’s ‘Orphenica Lyra’: Introduction and Guitar Transcription of Nine Representative Works. Dissertation, Arizona State University, 1992.

Harmon, Roger. "Listeners in depictions of Orpheus and (?) Francesco da Milano." The Lute 36 (1996): 17-36.

Harmon, Roger. "Luys Milan’s Orpheus woodcut." The Lute 37 (1997): 37-43.

Harmon, Roger. "Studies in the Cambridge Lute Manuscripts I: ‘Musica’." The Lute 38 (1998): 29-42.

Harmon, Roger. "'My Lute Awake': Thomas Wyatt, Sappho and Lyric Poetry." The Lute 39 (1999): 1-6.

Harmon, Roger. "Studies in the Cambridge Lute Manuscripts II: Liminary Verse to Ms Dd.2.11." The Lute 40 (2000): 70-74.

Harmon, Roger. "Timotheus’ Speeches in Thomas Robinson’s The Schoole of Musicke (1603)." The Lute 41 (2001): 39-46.

Harmon, Roger. "Some Literary and Philosophical Aspects of the Idea of the Fantasy." The Lute 44 (2004):

Harrán, D. "Sulla genesi della famosa disputa fra Gioseffo Zarlino e Vincenzo Galilei: Un nuovo 
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Harris, Lucas. 

Hart, Anthony D. "Zu Johann Adolf Hasses 200. Geburtstag (1699–1783)." Lauten Info der DLG (1999/no. 3): 13

Hart, Anthony. "Sonaten für Laute und Bass von Antonino Reggio." Lauten Info der DLG (2014/no. 4): 22

Harwood, Ian. "A Fifteenth Century Lute Design." The Lute 2 (1960):

Harwood, Ian. "John Maynard and The XII Wonders of the World." The Lute 4 (1962):

Harwood, Ian. "The Origins of the Cambridge Lute Manuscripts." The Lute 5 (1963): 32-48.

Harwood, Ian. "The Cambridge Lute Manuscripts: A Postscript." The Lute 6 (1964):

Harwood, Ian. "Rosseter's Lessons for Consort of 1609." The Lute 7 (1965): 15-23.

Harwood, Ian. A brief History of the Lute. Lute Society Booklet No. 1, 1975.

Harwood, Ian. "On the Publication of Adrian Le Roy's Lute Instructions." The Lute 18 (1976):

Harwood, Ian. "A possible Dallis Reference?" The Lute 18 (1976):

Harwood, Ian. "Thomas Robinson’s ‘Generall Rules’." The Lute 20 (1978): 18-22.

Harwood, Ian. "A possible soundboard finish for lutes and guitars." FoMRHI Quarterly 14 (January, 1979):

Harwood, Ian. "Diana Poulton: An 80th Birthday Appreciation." The Lute 23/2 (1983):

Harwood, Ian. "So who’s really a ‘lutenist’ then?" The Lute 37 (1997): 1-4.

Harwood, Ian. "An hour with Philip Rosseter." Lute News 46 (June, 1998):

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Ribouillault,D. La guitare au XVIIIe siècle: recherches sur les causes du déclin de l'accord baroque’,Instruments et musique instrumentale, ed. H. Charnassé (Paris, 1986): 101–28.


Richardson, B. "New Light on Dowland's Continental Movements." Monthly Musical Record, XC (1960): 3–9


Riehl, Wilhelm Heinrich. "Amphion. Erstes Kapitel (erster Teil)" [Nachdruckaus Riehl, Kulturgeschichtliche Novellen (1899)]. Lauten Info der DLG (2001/4): 3


Riehl, Wilhelm Heinrich. "Amphion. Zweites Kapitel (zweiter Teil) [Nachdruckaus Riehl, Kulturgeschichtliche Novellen (1899)]." Lauten Info der DLG (2002/1): 18


Riehl, Wilhelm Heinrich. "Amphion. Drittes Kapitel [Nachdruck aus Riehl, Kulturgeschichtliche Novellen (1856)]." Lauten Info der DLG (2002/2): 19


Riehl, Wilhelm Heinrich."Amphion. Schluss [Nachdruck aus Riehl, Kulturgeschichtliche Novellen (1856)]" Lauten Info der DLG (2002/3): 22

Riemann, Hugo. “Das Lautenwerk des Miguel de Fuenllana, 1554.” Monatshefte für Musikgeschichte 27 (1895): 81-91.

Riemann, Hugo. "Zur Geschichte derdeutschen Suite" [Nachdruckaus: Sammelbände der Internationalen Musikgesellschaft 6 (1904/05) S. 501–506]. Lauten Info der DLG (1999/1): 14

Riemann, Hugo. "Zur Geschichte derdeutschen Suite" [Fortsetzung,Nachdruck aus:Sammelbände der InternationalenMusikgesellschaft6 (1904/05) S.509–514]. Lauten Info der DLG (1999/2): 28

Roa, F. and F. Gértrudix. Diego Pisador: Libro de Música de vihuela (diss., Real Conservatorio Superior de Madrid, 1995).

Roberts, John. “The Death of Guzman.” Lute Society Journal 10 (1968): 36-37.

Roberts, John. “Some notes on the Music of the Vihuelistas.” The Lute 7 (1965): 24-31.

Roberts, J. D. "The Lute: Historical Notes." The Lute 2 (1960):

Roberts, J. D. "Has the Problem Changed?" The Lute 6 (1964):

Roberts, I. "An 18th Century Amateur Lutenist: Translated by." The Lute 8 (1966).

Robinson, John. "Musical additions to copy of Archimedes." Lute News 36 (December 1995):

Robinson, John H. "Lute solos ascribed to Johan Rude, Matthias Reymann and Elias Mertel." Lute News 46 (June 1998): xv.

Robinson, John H. ‘Hove, Joachim van den,’ in: New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, second edition, edited by Stanley Sadie and John Tyrrell (London: Macmillan, 2001).

Robinson, John H. "A Description of MS II.C.23 (the Medici Lute Manuscript) in the Dolmetsch Library and a Summary of Modern Studies." Lute Society of America Quarterly XLIV No. 3 (2009): 15-22.

*further titles under "ROBINSON, JOHN H." are currently being sorted by the Lute Library.


Robinson, John O. Ornamentation in Sebastian Ochsenkun’s Tabulaturbuch auff die Lauten, Journal of the Lute Society of America, XV (1982): 5-26.

Robinson, John O. Elias Mertel’s Hortus Musicalis Novus and Progressive Tendencies in the Late Renaissance Lute Fantasia, Journal of the Lute Society of America, XVII/XVIII (1984/1985): 26-41.

Rodgers, James. "The In nomines for Lute: an Introduction." Lute Society of America Quarterly XXXIV/2 (1999): 15.

Rollin, Monique. Quelques échos des opéras de Lully dans la musique de luth, in: Arts du Spectacle et histoire des idées. Recueil offert en hommage à Jean Jacquot (Tours: Centre d’Études supérieures de la Renaissance, 1984): 229-234.

Rollin, Monique. "A propos du cataloguement de la musique française pour luth du XVIIe siècle." Jean-Michel Vaccaro (ed.), Le Luth et sa Musique II. Paris: Éditions du CNRS 1984: 88-91.

Rollin, Monique. "Etude biographique’, Oeuvres de Nicolas Vallet pour luth seul (Paris, 1970, 2/1989), pp.xi– xiv; see also review in TVNM, xxii/2 (1971): 141–5.

Rollin, Monique. "La musique pour le luth des Gallot." Preface to Oeuvres de Gallot (Paris, 1987): xxix–xliii

Rollin, Monique. "Le “tombeau” chez les luthistes Denis Gautier, Jacques Gallot, Charles Mouton." XVIIe siècle, nos.21–2 (1954): 463–79.

Rollin, Monique. "La suite pour luth dans l'oeuvre de Charles Mouton." ReM, no.226 (1955): 76–88.

Rollin, Monique. and F.P. Goy (eds.): Oeuvres de Denis Gautier (Paris, 1996).

Rollin, Monique. Introduction to Oeuvres du Vieux Gautier, ed. A. Souris and M. Rollin, CM and Corpus des 
luthistes français, unnumbered vol. (Paris, 1966, 2/1980).

*further titles under "ROLLIN, MONIQUE" are currently being sorted by the Lute Library.

Romanillos, Jose Luis. “The vihuela in Spain and the instrument in the Jacquemart André Museum”. Classical Guitar 5, no. 7 (1987): 39-42.

Romanillos, José Luis. “The Vihuela Makers of Toledo, 1617.” American Lutherie 32 (Winter, 1992): 48-51.

Romanillos, José Luis y Marian Harris Winspear. The Vihuela de Mano and the Spanish guitar: A Dictionary of the Makers of Plucked and Bowed Musical Instruments of Spain (1200-2002). Guijosa (Guadalajara): Sanguino Press, 2003.

Roncaglia, G. Di Bellerofonte Castaldi (con un documento inedito)." Atti e memorie della Deputazione di storia patria per le antiche provincie modenesi, 8th ser., X (1958): 117


Roncaglia, G. "Simone Molinaro." RMI XLV (1941): 184–6.

Rooley, Anthony. “Orpheus with his Vihuela da Mano and Gittern.” Guitar (May 1975): 18-19.

Rooley, Anthony. "The Art of Singing." The Lute 25/1 (1985): 31-39.

Rooley, Anthony and James Tyler. "The Lute Consort." The Lute 14 (1972):

Rooley, Anthony. "A Portrait of Sir Henry Unton." Companion to Medieval and Renaissance Music, ed. T. Knightonand D. Fallows (Oxford, 1992): 85–92.

Rooley, Anthony. "The Lute Solos and Duets of John Danyel." The Lute 13 (1971): 18–27.


Rooley, Anthony. "New Light on John Dowland’s Songs of Darkness." EMc XI xi (1983): 6–21.


Rooley, Anthony. "John Dowland and English Lute Music." EMc IIIiii (1975): 115–18.


Rooley, Anthony. "The First 'New Music', Angelo Notari's Prime Musiche Nuove." Lute News 3 (January 1987):

Rooley, Anthony.  "John Eccles' Theorbo Lute 1695." Lute News 45 (March 1998):

Rooley, Anthony. "Orpheus Reviv'd, the remaking of mythology in the 16th century." Lute News 110 (July 2014):

Rooley, Anthony.

Rösel, Mathias. Woher, Laute?" Lauten Info der DLG (2000/no. 2): 7

Rösel, Mathias. "Elias Mertel, Vorwort zu „Hortus musarum“." Lauten Info der DLG (2001/no. 2): 13

Rösel, Mathias. "W.A.A. Hofer – Nachtrag." Lauten Info der DLG (2001/no. 3): 8

Rösel, Mathias. "Johann Gumprecht (1610-1697)." Lauten Info der DLG (2003/no. 3): 10

Rösel, Mathias."Generalbass eines Anfängers [über die Prager Fundamentader Lauten Musique]." Lauten Info der DLG (2003/no. 4): 16

Rösel, Mathias. "Nachtigall, ick hör dirtrapsen ..." Lauten Info der DLG (2009/no. 4): 14

Rösel, Mathias. "Der große Unbekannte." Lauten Info der DLG (2010/no. 3): 18

Rösel, Mathias. "Angélique." Lauten Info der DLG (2014/no. 3): 18

Rösel, Mathias. "Die goldene Rose." Lauten Info der DLG (2014/no. 4): 17

Rösel, Mathias. "Was ich aus Konkordanzen lernen konnte." Lauten Info der DLG (2014/no. 4): 19

Rosenberger, Martina. "Die Bedeutung derSchraube in der „Preston‘sMachine“." Lauten Info der DLG (2012/2): 18

Rossi, Doc. "Thoughts on Geminiani, Straube, and performance practice on the baroque cittern." Lute News 88 (December 2008):

Rossi, Doc. "Lute Connections with the English Guittar." Lute Society of America Quarterly XLV/1 (2010): 43

Rossi, F. ‘Pacolini da Borgotaro versus Pacalone da Padova: Francesco da Milano nell'antologia di Castelfranco Veneto’, Trent'anni di ricerca musicologica: studi in onore di F. Alberto Gallo, ed. P. Dalla Vecchia and D. Restani (Rome, 1996): 167–96

Rottmann, Kurt. "Resurrection of the Lute in Twentieth Century Germany." Journal of the Lute Society of America XII (1979): 67-72.

Rottner, L.R. Vincenzo Capirola’s Intabulation Practices with Special Emphasis on Musica Ficta (diss. U. of Hartford, 1983).


Rubin, Jonathan. Part A, Transcriptions of the Lachrime Pavan for Lute by John Dowland; Part B, A Commentary on the Transcriptions of Lachrime Pavan. Dissertation, Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, 1978.

Rubin, Jonathan. "Finger tipe: the problem of the collapsing wrist." Lute News 48 (December 1998):

Rubin, Jonathan. "If it's right it sounds wrong: how to check if you are playing both strings of a double course." Lute News 53 (April 2000):

Rubin, Jonathan. "Some remarks on playing near the bridge and the rose." Lute News 56 (December 2000):

Rubin, Jonathan. "A Zen approach to plucking a string: the divine touch." Lute News 77 (April 2006):

Rubin, Jonathan. "How to make a low-budget Ersatz Theorbo." Lute News 95 (October 2010):

Rubin, Jonathan (tr. Mathias Rösel). "Fingerspitzen, oder: Bemerkungenzum Spiel anSteg und Rose." Lauten Info der DLG (2001/2): 39

Rubsamen, Walter H. "The Earliest French Lute Tablature." Journal of the American Musicological Society 21/3 (Autumn 1968): 286-299

Rudén, Jan Olof. Music in Tablature: A Thematic Index with Source Descriptions of Music in Sweden. Stockholm: Svenskt Musikhistoriskt Arkiv, 1981.

Ruhnke, M.  Beiträge zu einer Geschichte der deutschen Hofmusikkollegien im 16. Jahrhundert. Berlin, 1963

Ruiz Jiménez, Juan. “Insights into Luis de Narváez and music publishing in 16th-century Spain”, Journal of the Lute Society of America XXVI & XXVII (1993/1994): 1-15.

Ruff, Lillian M. and Arnold Wilson. "Allusion to the Essex Downfall in Lute Song Lyrics." Lute Society Journal 12 (1970):

Ruff, L.M., and D.A. Wilson. ‘The Madrigal, the Lute Song and Elizabethan Politics." Past and Present, XLIV (1969): 3–51

Russell, Craig H. "Santiago de Murcia: The French Connection in Baroque Spain." Journal of the Lute Society of America XV (1982): 40-51.

Russell, Craig H. "François Le Cocq’s Influence on Santiago de Murcia: Problems with Dates, Sources, and Recomposition." Journal of the Lute Society of America XVI (1983): 7–11; see also ibid., xvii–xviii (1984–5), 141–2.

Russell, Craig H. "Communications." Journal of the Lute Society of America XVII-XVIII (1984–5): 141–2.


Russell, Craig H.  "François Le Cocq, Belgian Master of the Baroque Guitar." Soundboard XXIII (1988–9): 283–93.

Russell, Craig H. S. de Murcia: Spanish theorist and guitarist of the 18th. century. Transcription and translation of S. de Murcia's complete works, Ph.D. diss., Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 1981 [incl. edn of Resumen and Passacalles]

Russell, Craig H. Santiago de Murcia’s Códice Saldívar no.4: a Treasury of Secular Guitar Music from Baroque Mexico (Urbana, IL, 1995).

Russell, Craig H. Santiago de Murcia’s “Códice Saldívar No4” (Champaign, Illinois, 1995) [incl. facs. and 
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Russell, Craig H. “The Eight Modes as Tonal Forces in the Music of Luis Milán”. De música hispana et aliis: miscelánea en honor al Prof. Dr. José López-Calo, S.J., en su 65° cumpleaños. Ed. Emilio Casares y Carlos Villanueva. Santiago de Compostela: Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Servicio de Publicaciónes e Intercambio Científico, 1990. 321-62.

Russell, Craig H. "Radical Innovations, Social Revolution, and the Baroque Guitar." The Cambridge Companion to the Guitar, ed. V.A. Coelho (Cambridge, 2003): 153–81240–45 passim.


Russell, Craig H., and A.K.T. Russell: C. Russell and A. Topp Russell. "El arte de recomposición en la música española para la guitarra barroca." Revista de musicología V (1982): 5–23.


Ryding, Erik S. "Collaboration Between Campion and Rosseter?" Journal of the Lute Society of America, XVIIII (1986): 13-28.

Ryding, Erik S. "Cutting’s “Lachrimae”?" Lute Society of America Quarterly XXIV/2 (1989): 20.

Ryding, Erik S. “Addendum to ‘Cutting’s Lachrimae’?” Lute Society of America Quarterly XXIV/3 (1989): 5
 
Ryding, Erik S. In Harmony Framed: Musical Humanism, Thomas Campion, and the Two Daniels. Kirksville, Mo.: Truman State University Press, 1993.

Ekkehard, Sachs. "Wie der Pyramid Lautensaitenrechner entstand." Lauten Info der DLG (2008/3): 11

Saffle, Michael. “Lutes and Related Instruments in Eight Important European and American Collections.” Journal of the Lute Society of America VIII (1975):

Saffle, Michael. “Lutes and Related Instruments in Eight Important European and American Collections (ctnd.).” Journal of the Lute Society of America IX (1976):

Sage, Jack. “A new look at humanism in 16th-century lute and vihuela books.” Early Music 20 (1992): 633-43.

Sainz de la Maza, Regino. La música de laúd, vihuela y guitarra del renacimiento al barroco: Discurso leído el día 10 de marzo do 1958 en su recepción pública. Madrid: Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, 1958.

Saldívar, E.O.B. de. "El Códice Saldívar: una nueva fuente de música para guitarra." España en la música de occidente, Salamanca 1985, II: 87–92.

Sala, E., and F. Marincola: ‘La musica nei drammi Geuisitici: il caso dell' Apotheosis sive Consecratio Sanctorum Ignatii et Francisci Xaverii (1622)’, I Gesuiti e i primordi del teatro barocco in Europa, ed. M. Chiabò and F. Doglio (Viterbo, 1995): 389–440.

Samson, William. "Lute pegboxes and necks." FoMRHI Quarterly 5 (October, 1976): [see also ibid. Comm 36a (E. Segerman)]

Samson, William. "Lute pegboxes in pictures 1600-1800." FoMRHI Quarterly 6 (January, 1977):

Samson, William. "The twelve-course lute." FoMRHI Quarterly 6 (January, 1977):

Samson, William. "The Twelve-Course 'English' Lute." The Lute 19 (1977): 

Samson, William. The range of pitch with gut strings of a given length." FoMRHI Quarterly 8 (July, 1977):

Samson, William. A cut lute recorded." FoMRHI Quarterly 12 (July, 1978):

Samson, William. Bologna lutes - comments on Ccmm 128." FoMRHI Quarterly 12 (July, 1978):

Samson, William. "Acoustics, appearance and authenticity - are our priorities right." FoMRHI Quarterly 16 (July, 1979): [see also ibid. Comm 217 (M. Hodgson) and Comm 218 (E. Segeman)]

Samson, William. "Tonal balance and bar depths." FoMRHI Quarterly 16 (July, 1979):

Samson, William. "Lute soundboards - how were they fitted." FoMRHI Quarterly 21 (October, 1980):

Samson, William. "Why do some lutes have flattened backs." FoMRHI Quarterly 22 (January, 1981):

Samson, William. "Lute outlines - geometrical description." FoMRHI Quarterly 25 (October, 1981):

Samson, William. "Charles Mouton’s ‘Avertissement’ from Pièces de Luth (1699)." The Lute 22/1 (1982): 17-20.

Samson, William. "What has gone wrong with the early music movement.FoMRHI Quarterly 45 (October, 1986): 

Samson, William. "What is a simple lute.FoMRHI Quarterly 45 (October, 1986): 

Sánchez Mascuñano, Felipe. “Luys Milán: la convivencia de dos mundos musicales”. Revista de Musicología 16 (1993): 3322-29.

Sandberger, A. Introduction to DTB, viii, Jg.v/1 (1904/R) 

Sandman, Susan G. “Thomas Robinson’s Interpretive Left-Hand Fingerings for the Lute and Cittern.” Journal of the Lute Society of America XI (1978):

Sartori, C. "A Little-Known Petrucci Publication: the Second Book of Lute Tablatures of Francesco Bossinensis." MQ XXXIV (1948): 234-45.

Satoh, Toyohiko. “A Method for Stringing Lutes”, Journal of the Lute Society of America, II, 1969.

Satoh, Toyohiko. "On the Use of Gut Strings", Lute Society of America Quarterly XLIV No. 1 (2009), p. 12

Satoh, Toyohiko. Method for the Baroque Lute (Tree Edition).

Saunders, S. Cross, Sword and Lyre: Sacred Music at the Court of Ferdinand II of Habsburg (1619–1637) (Oxford, 1995.

Sayce, Lynda. "Introduction to 16th century German lute music." Lute News 30 (April 1994):

Sayce, Lynda. "How to play in transitional tunings." Lute News 19 (April 1991):

Sayce, Lynda. ‘Continuo Lutes in Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century England’, EMc, xxiii (1995), 666–84 

Sayce, Lynda. "Rattle and hum: extraneous noises and how to cure them." Lute News 44 (December 1997):

Sayce, Lynda. "Dances with dinosaurs: large, ong-necked and extinct." Lute News 52 (December 1999):

Sayce, Lynda. "A forgotten lute: a painless introduction to 18th century lute music." Lute News 67 (October 2003):

Sayce, Lynda. "Reconstructing the lute consort." Lute News 88 (December 2008):

Sayce, Lynda. "Beginner’s Page: Is your lute set up well?" Lute News 89 (April 2009):

Sayce, Lynda. "How to spot a fake lute, or Signor Franciolini’s shop of horrors." Lute News 91 (October 2009):

Schall, Thomas. "Christian GottliebScheidler – Der letzteLautenist." Lauten Info der DLG (1998/2): 10

Schall, Thomas. "Johann Sebastian BachsLautenwerke." Lauten Info der DLG (1999/1): 6

Schebor, Gabriel. "Der Fall des Zuola Codex. Zur Rekonstruktionder nicht notierten Begleitung weltlicher Musik im spanischen Südamerikaum 1680." Lauten Info der DLG (2005/2): 8

Schebor, Gabriel. "Plucked instruments and their repertoire in Latin America from 16th - 19th century." Lute News 102 (August 2012):

Scheit, K. "Ce que nous enseignent les traités de luth des environs de 1600." Le luth et sa musique: Neuilly-sur-Seine 1957: 93–105.

Scheurleer, D.F. ‘Twee bijdragen tot de geschiedenis van Nicolas Vallet’, TVNM, vi/3 (1899), 176–8 

Schlegel, Andreas. "Bemerkungen zur Rhétorique des DieuxGitarre und Laute." 2/1989, p. 17-22; 3/1989, p. 17-23, 4/1989, p. 27-32.

Schlegel, Andreas. "Was ich dank der Rhétorique des Dieux bisher lernen konnte." Die Laute I (1998): 45-83.

Schlegel, Andreas. “On Lute Sources and Their Music — Individuality of Prints and Variability of Music”, Journal of the Lute Society of America (In celebration of Arthur J. Ness’ 75th Birthday, Part II) XLII & XLIII (2009/2010).

Schlegel, Andreas, and Joachim Lüdtke (eds.) The Lute in Europe. Menziken: The Lute Corner, 2006.

Schlegel, Andreas, and Joachim Lüdtke (eds.) The Lute in Europe 2. Menziken: The Lute Corner, 2011. ISBN 978-3-9523232-1-2

Schlegel, Andreas. "Swiss soldiers in Paris: music in accords nouveaux instead of yodelling." Lute News 105 (April 2013):

Schlegel, Andreas. "Friedrich Wilhelm Rust(1739–1796) Drei Sonatenfür Laute und obligateVioline / Flöte." Lauten Info der DLG (1998/4): 4

Schlegel, Andreas. "Accords nouveaux." Lauten Info der DLG (2008/4): 12

Schlegel, Andreas. & Joachim Lüdtke. "Graf Tilly als General Lautenschläger." Lauten Info der DLG (2011/4): 17

Schlegel, Andreas. "Cithara Nova." Lauten Info der DLG (2014/4): 17

Schloeßer, Jürgen. "Lautentabulatur in deutscher Kurrent." Lauten Info der DLG (2003/4): 9

Schloeßer, Jürgen. "Die Laute schafft sichwieder ab." Lauten Info der DLG (2014/1): 10

Schmidt, H.L. The First Printed Lute Books: Francesco Spinacino’s ‘Intabulatura de Lauto, Libro primo’ and ‘Libro secondo’ (Venice: Petrucci, 1507) (diss., U. of North Carolina, 1969).

Schmitt, T. "Francisco Guerau y el “estilo español.”" Cuadernos de arte,XXVI (1995): 113–19.

Schneider, Hugo. “Über den Nachbau einer Vihuela”. Instrumentenbau: Bericht uber das 7. Symposium zu Fragen des Musikinstrumentenbaus: Zupf- und Schlaginstrumente des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts, Zupfinstrumente: Michaelstein 7./8.11.1986. Michaelstein: Die Forschungsstatte, 1987.

Schneider, Marius. “Un villancico de Alonso Mudarra procedente de la música popular granadina”. Anuario Musical 10 (1955): 79-83.

Schneider, Matthias. "Wer Weiss? — Überlegungen zu einer auffallenden Eintragung in einer Sammelhandschrift." Die Laute IV (2002): 64-110.

Schneider, Matthias. "Erfahrungen und Gedanken eines Lautenmusiksammlers, Die Laute, I (1997), 1-4.

Schneider, Matthias. "Aus: W.H. Riehl – Kulturgeschichtliche Novellen: Amphion (1856). Vorwort." Lauten Info der DLG (2001/4): 2

Schöner, Oliver. Die Vihuela de mano im Spanien des 16. Jahrhunderts. Europäsiche Hochschulenschriften, vol 198. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1999.

Schrade, L. Die handschriftliche Überlieferung der ältesten Instrumentalmusik (Lahr, 1931, enlarged 2/1968 by H.J. Marx).

Schreiner, Michael. "The Chambure Vihuela", Lute Society of America Quarterly XXXVII No. 3 and 4 (2002), p. 7

Schreiner, Michael. "A Lute in a Paris Museum: E.980.2.230 and What We Can Learn from a Damaged Lute", Lute Society of America Quarterly XXXV No. 4 (2000), p. 11

Schröder, Karl-Ernst. Reconstructing the Dresden Lute Duos of Silvius Leopold Weiss, Lute Society of America Quarterly XXXIV No. 2 (1999), p. 5

Schröder, Karl-Ernst. "Reconstructing the Dresden lute duos of Sylvius Leopold Weiss: hints from the existing part." Lute News 54 (June 2000):

Schröder, Karl-Ernst.

Schuett, Laudon Charles. "Articulus – Looking at Nicolas Vallet’s Left hand Fingerings for Clues on Articulation in His Music", Lute Society of America Quarterly XLVI No. 4 (2011), p. 37

Schultz, M. Francesco Corbetta und das Generalbaß-Spielen, in: Mf 4, 1951, 371f.

Schulze-Kurz, Ekkehard. Die Laute und ihre Stimmungen in der ersten Hälfte des 17. Jahrhunderts (Wilsingen: Tre Fontane, 1990).

Schulze, H.-J. "Wer intavolierte Johann Sebastian Bachs Lauten-kompositionen?" Mf XIX (1966): 36–48.

Schulze, H.-J. "'Monsieur Schouster' – ein vergessener Zeitgenosse Johann Sebastian Bachs." Bachiana et alia musicologica: Festschrift Alfred Dürr, ed. W. Rehm (Kassel, 1983): 243–50.

Scott, David. "John Danyel: His Life and Songs." The Lute 13 (1971):

Scott, David. "Elizabeth I as Lutenist." The Lute 18 (1976):

Scott, David. "Notes and Information 'Jiggy-Joggy'." The Lute 19 (1977):

Segerman, Ephraim, and Djilda Abbott. "On early 16th century lute barring and bridge placement." FoMRHI Quarterly 1 (November, 1975):

Segerman, Ephraim, and Djilda Abbott. "Gut strings." FoMRHI Quarterly 1 (November, 1975):

Segerman, Ephraim, and Djilda Abbott. "Sources of information on authentic lutes." FoMRHI Quarterly 2 (January, 1976):

Segerman, Ephraim, and Djilda Abbott. "Historical background to the strings used by catgut scrapers." FoMRHI Quarterly 3 (April, 1976):

Segerman, Ephraim, and Djilda Abbott. "On the Palmer orpharion." FoMRHI Quarterly 3 (April, 1976):

Segerman, Ephraim, and Djilda Abbott. "Design information for lute makers." FoMRHI Quarterly 4 (July, 1976): [see also FoMRHI Quarterly Comm 43a]

Segerman, Ephraim, and Djilda Abbott. "On single, octave or unison courses in early stringed instruments." FoMRHI Quarterly 4 (July, 1976):

Segerman, Ephraim, and Djilda Abbott. "Lessons about the naming of instruments offered by the early guitar and violin." FoMRHI Quarterly 5 (October, 1976):

Segerman, Ephraim, and Djilda Abbott. "On the string length of the 16th century vihuela da mano." FoMRHI Quarterly 5 (October, 1976): [see also FoMRHI Quarterly Comm 39a, Comm 39b, and Comm 127

Segerman, Ephraim, and Djilda Abbott. "Why are lute pegboxes bent back." FoMRHI Quarterly 5 (October, 1976): [see also FoMRHI Quarterly Comm 40a]

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Segerman, Ephraim, and Djilda Abbott. "The names, string lengths and pitch standards of extended-neck lutes." FoMRHI Quarterly 7 (April, 1977):

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