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BACK ISSUES OF LUTE NEWS

Lute News, the quarterly magazine of the Lute Society was founded in 1986 by Stephen Haynes. The contents of the 102 issues to date run to over 1,600 pages of reading matter and over 1,200 pages of music. Now you can buy back numbers to complete your collection. IMPORTANT NOTE: The early issues are much cheaper than the recent ones not because they are older, but because the contents are much slighter. Lute News began before the desktop publishing revolution, and the earliest issues are typically only 12 pages (3 sheets of A4 folded to A5) with perhaps 4 pages of tablature; it went to A4 format at issue 33, with verbatim transcripts of papers (rather than summaries) from issue 45; this is reflected in pricing.



Lute News No. 108 (December 2013) (38 A4 pages)

Papers:
Cover picture essay, by David Van Edwards
In Search of Laux Maler’s house, by Chris Goodwin
Philip MacLeod Coupe (1944–2013), recollections and an obituary
Reconstructing the Praetorius harp-lute, by Sheldon Gabriel
Observations on the lute in 17th century France; a source hitherto unrecognised, by Fred Jacobs Recent discoveries in song 5: Ravenscroft Reconstructed: Songs (probably) composed on the lute by Edward Pierce, by Chris Goodwin, and Further Light on Thomas Ravenscroft’s ‘By a banke as I lay’, by Ian Payne
Correspondence: More on a 17th century stringing schedule; Halfpenny, Joyce, and the Warwick Frei lute;
cittern, bandora and the English consort; and a tribute to Julian Bream
One more picture of dancing to the lute, by Chris Goodwin

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Collected lute music of Robert Johnson part 1: Almaines; the complete Dowland instalments 9: Almaines 51, 96, and an Appendix ed. John H. Robinson;
Francesco da Milano fantasia 87, ed. Martin Shepherd;
Telemann Fantasia no. 12, transcribed for baroque lute by Wilfred Foxe.

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The legend of St Minikin: the United Cornish lutenists
The European Lute Orchestra concert in Bologna
Obituary: Philip MacLeod Coupe, by Robert Coupe
Additional tablature
Additional settings of almaines by Robert Johnson, and Recercars from Bossinensis Libro Primo, and Librio Secundo, and Spinacino Libro Primo, and cittern arrangements of music by John Dowland, ed. John H. Robinson,
Six pieces by Dufault, ed. Wilfred Foxe,
‘By bank as I lay’ ed. Ian Payne,
Four settings of Est Il Conclud by Adrian Le Roy, ed. Denys Stephens
The works of Collard, transcribed by Philip MacLeod Coupe.
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Lute News No. 107 (October 2013) (40 A4 pages)

Papers:
A historical stringing schedule at last? And another picture of the English consort, by Christopher Goodwin
A personal tribute to Julian Bream in his 80th birthday year, by Anthony Bailes
Recent Meetings
Young players’ day
Sounds from silence; using technology to recreate the lost sounds of the past, by Chris Egerton
Quote ....unquote: Lute strings, a 17th century view of the lute, and Epictetus’ advice on concert nerves

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French lute composers, Monsieurs de la Grotte, La Barre, Varennes, Lanclos, Nognies, Vaumesnil and Salomon, and
The complete Dowland in instalments 8: P42, ‘The Earl of Essex Galliard’ or ‘Can She Excuse’, ed. John H. Robinson
Francesco da Milano instalment 35: fantasias 84-86, ed. Martin Shepherd
Le Roy (1551), Fantaisie premiere and ‘N’ayant le souvenir’, ed. Denys Stephens
Telemann Fantasie no. 9, TWV 40:22 arr. Wilfred Foxe

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Oxford conference ‘Musical Instruments, History, Science and Culture’ 25-29 July 2013
How many Vermeers are there? Doubts about Vermeer’s guitar
The Utrecht Lute Festival, 30 August–1 September 2013
Renaissance lute tablature prints in the territory of present-day Slovakia, by Michal Hottmar
Book review: Judy Tarling, The Weapons of Rhetoric, a guide for musicians and audiences, Joya Muma
Some more mediaeval images of cithole and gittern
Young artists who played at the Young Artists’ Day, September 14th 2013
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Arrangements of The Earl of Essex Galliard/Can she excuse, Essex dump, and ballads, ‘Excuse me’ and
‘The Woods so Wild’, ed. John H. Robinson;
Practice Pieces: Clausula, Coloratura, Diminutio, Dirata, Exercitia, Finale, Leufenlein,
Passagio Etc ed John H. Robinson,
Byrd Mass movements intabulated by Chris Coakley
‘La belle espagnolle’ by Mouton and Gallot ed. Wilfred Foxe
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Lute News No. 106 (July 2013) (52 A4 pages)

Papers:
Cover picture essay, by David Van Edwards
An unnoted caricature of Giovanni Angelo Testagrossa, by Franco Pavan
Thumb-inside lute technique, by Paul O’Dette Dowland 450th Anniversary Conference,
Some autobiographical recollections from Donald Gill
Quote . . . Unquote: Not everyone likes Dowland

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Lute music by Vincenzo Bernia of Bologna, and the complete Dowland instalments 7: Robin P70 ed. John H. Robinson;
Francesco da Milano fantasias 92-83, ed. Martin Shepherd;
Seven French pieces from Attaignant (153), ed. Denys Stephens;
Adagissimo from Bach BWV 992 Capriccio sopra la lontananza del suo fratello dilettissimo, ed. Lino Messina
Telemann Fantasie No 7, TWV 40:20 arr. Wilfred Foxe

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Benslow Lutefest 2013
The Early Dance Circle Annual Lecture: When Kempe did dance alone
Dowland at the York Early Music Festival, July 2013
Hungarian koboz afternoon, May 2013
Italian Lute Society meeting, Fiesole, April 2013
Why the lute, why now? The Lute and the Zeitgeist, or A thousand lute players can’t be wrong,
by Chris Goodwin
Pictures of the 1927 Dolmetsch lute recently acquired by the Horniman Museum
A note-finding chart for theorbo in A, by Jonathan Rubin
Additional tablature
Ricercars of Vicenzo Capirola, edited by John H. Robinson
Music associated with Robin, edited by John H. Robinson
‘Cuckoo as I me walked’ a fanciful reconstruction as a lute song, edited by Chris Goodwin
20 ballads for 4-course cittern, edited by John H. Robinson
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Lute News No. 105 (April 2013) (32 A4 pages)

Papers:
Swiss soldiers in Paris: music in accords nouveaux instead of yodelling, by Andreas Schlegel
The accords nouveaux: a survey of their history, sources and music, by François-Pierre Goy

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The lute music of Edward Collard, plus the complete Dowland in instalments 6: Dowland’s First Galliard, and Phantasia P101, and
Lady Jane Leighton’s Choice ed. John H. Robinson;
Francesco da Milano fantasia 80, ed. Martin Shepherd
Seven pieces from Attaingnant (1530), ed. Denys Stephens;
Gallot’s ‘petit seraille’ ed. Wilfred Foxe

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Benslow Lutefest 2013 4
Bremen Bach Symposium, 2012
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The lute fantasias of Melchior de Barberiis de Padova, ed. John H. Robinson
Six easy duets by Brian Wright
Ceccona by Zamboni, ed. Wilfred Foxe

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Lute News No. 104 (December 2012) (44 A4 pages)

Papers:
The mandolin in relation to the lute, a historical survey, by Susanne Herre
Early mandolin in historical iconography and modern practice, by Giorgio Ferraris
The lute-backed ‘English Guittar’, by Taro Takeuchi
Ann Ford’s instructions for guitar, transcribed by Peter Holman
Hidden in plain view: a new source for baroque mandolin, BL Add. MS 293
A song for Valentine’s Day

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Ricercars from the Libro Secondo of Francesco Spinacino and the Thibault MS ed. John H. Robinson
Dowland in instalments 5: Lady Rich’s Galliard, ed. John H. Robinson;
Pieces from the Dixhuit basse dances (1530), ed. Denys Stephens;
La belle voilée ed. Wilfred Foxe;
Francesco da Milano fantasia 81, ed. Martin Shepherd.

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Reports from recent events: Music as the Shogun may have heard it in 1591,
The Venice mandolin festival, Electronic Corpus of Lute Music—call for volunteers,
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The Walsingham tune, edited by John H. Robinson; renaissance songs:
V Calestani ‘Damigella tutta bella’ ed. Wilfred Foxe;
‘Allemande la maison de Sylvie’, by Jean Hanoune;
‘Robyn is to ye Greenwoode Gonne’ intabulated by Mrs. Trellis
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Lute News No. 103 (October 2012) (40 A4 pages)

Papers:
Cover picture essay by David Van Edwards.
Lutes and computers seminar report
Four mediaeval lutes, by Francisco Orozco, reported by Chris Goodwin;
J.S. Bach’s lute works, by William Carter;

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Alfonso Ferrabosco complete lute works, part 2: pavans and galliards; ed. John H. Robinson;
The complete Dowland in instalments 4: Poulton no. 26-30, 85 87 103, ed. John H. Robinson;
Francesco da Milano fantasias 78–79, ed. Martin Shepherd;
Four chansons intabulations from Attaingnant (1529), ed. Denys Stephens;
Telemann Fantasia no. 6, arranged for baroque lute by Wilfred Foxe

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Reports from recent events: From mammoth to mandolin: an 18th century mandolin from 10,000 year-old ivory,
Electronic Corpus of Lute Music day conference;

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ete preludes of Hans Judenkünig, Hans Gerle and Hans Newsidler,
Early renaissance songs: ‘Su su leva’ and ‘Quelqu’un me disoit’,
Bach chorale: Ertöt uns durch dein Güte, arranged by Wilfred Foxe.
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Lute News No. 102 (August 2012) (36 A4 pages)

Papers:
Cover picture essay by David Van Edwards.
Plucked instruments and their repertoire in Latin America from 16th - 19th century, by Gabriel Schebor.
Iberian influence on Japanese music, by David van Ooijen.
The 'Marianita' vihuela of Quito, by Carlos Gonzalez.
Beginner’s Lesson by Lynda Sayce.

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Lute music by René Saman, ed. John H. Robinson
The complete Dowland: instalment 3: Orlando Sleepeth, ed. John H. Robinson
Francesco da Milano fantasias 74-77, ed. Martin Shepherd
Replacement pages 32-33 misprinted in LN 101
One piece by Marco dall'Aquila (end of series) 3 early French pieces (new series), ed. Denys Stephens.
Rondeau du comte de Logis, ed. Wilfred Foxe
Two Sarabandes by Couperin, arr. Jean-Paul Vignes
Suite by Robert de Visée, ed. Wilfred Foxe.

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Forty lutes in the world’s oldest theatre: The European Lute Orchestra concert, Vicenza, 16th April 2012
Dowland in Dutch, the twelve-course lute, and words of wisdom from Paul O’Dette; a report of the Anglo-Dutch-Belgian lute weekend in Leiden, 12-13th May 2012
A report on the March 2012 Benslow weekend, in the form of a song, by Nick Gravestock
2012 AGM Minutes
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The fantasias of Valentin Bakfark, edited by John H. Robinson
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Lute News No. 101 (March 2012) (36 A 4 pages)

Papers:
Cover picture essay by Christopher Goodwin
Luise Berta Mosson Hanson (Louise Hanson-Dyer) 1884-1962, and the manuscript 'Album für die laute' by Susan King.
The Electronic Corpus of Lute Music Project by Tim Crawford.
21st Century Lute Technique: A Compromise Too Far? by Martin Eastwell.
Two unknown 18th Century lute-songs, by Tim Crawford.
Beginner’s Lesson by Lynda Sayce.
Obituary: John Milton Ward by Curtis Price.

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The sixteen fantasias of Giacomo Gorzanis, ed. John H. Robinson
The complete Dowland, instalment 2: Almain P49, Preambulum P102
Francesco da Milano fantasias 71-73, ed. Martin Shepherd
Four pieces by Marco dall'Aquila, ed. Denys Stephens
G. P. Telemann, Fantasia 5, TWV 40: 18, arr. for baroque lute, by Wilfred Foxe.
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Lute News No. 100 (December 2011) (36 A 4 pages)

Papers:
Cover picture essay, by Peter Forrester.
Ian Harwood memorial concert, and some more recollections of Ian;
The origins and short history of the lute in Hungary, by András L. Kecskés;
Creating new lute music: rediscovering my lute through the ears of composers, by Susan King;
Beginner’s Lesson by Lynda Sayce;
Beginner’s Page 10: Folk guitar chord symbols for G lute, and a song for New Year’s Day

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The complete settings of easier lute solos by John Dowland, Mistress White’s Thing/ Mistress Nichol’s Almain / Mrs White’s Nothing / Lady Laiton’s Almain / Mistress Winters Jump / Mr Dowland’s Midnight / Preludium / Lord Strang’s March / Mistris Norris’ Delight, 52 settings, 6-7c,
Francesco da Milano fantasias 68-70, 6c, Marco dall’Aquila, 3 cara cossa settings, 6c, Allemande from J.S. Bach Partita BWV 282,13 c, Lute Study no. 1 by Karlin Love, 13c
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Lute News No. 99 (October 2011) (32 A 4 pages)

Papers:
Ian Harwood (1931–2011) an obituary, by Thea Abbott;
Six several instruments; the consort and me, by Ian Harwood;
The greatest English lute manuscript collection; Mathew Holmes and his work at Oxford and Wesminster, by Ian Harwood;
Recollections of Ian Harwood, from friends and colleagues;
Beginner’s Lesson by Lynda Sayce.

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Lute music ascribed to Pierre or Luc Despont, or to D, 20 pieces, 8-10c, Francesco da Milano fantasias: last page of Fantasia 66 reprinted, Milano/Matelart duet 67, Marco dall’Aquila, D’una cossa Spagnola / untitled romanesca / L’autre jour / Vous usurpe, 6c, JS, BWV 1006a, part 2, Loure / Gavotte en Rondeau / Menuet 1 and 2, Bourree, 13c.
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Lute News No. 98 (August 2011) (48 A 4 pages)

Papers:
Cover picture essay, by David Van Edwards.
Did they dance to the lute? A quick minuet through the picture archives, by Christopher Goodwin;
Hidden in plain view? The lost music for the Cecilia Almain, by Christopher Goodwin;
Renaissance dancing, by Diana Cruickshank;
Baroque dances, by Barbara Segal;
Other Societies: International lute societies’ meeting, Gijon, 16th-19th July:
Beginner’s Lesson by Lynda Sayce.

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Recercar and preludes from the beginning and end of the renaissance, 27 pieces from Pesaro MS, Waissel (1591) etc, 6c, Francesco da Milano fantasia 66, 6c, Marco dall’Aquila, Amour me voyant / Recercar / untitled / untitled, 6c, JS Bach BWV1006a part 1, Prelude, 13c.
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Lute News No. 97 (April 2011) (48 A4 pages)

Papers:
Cover picture essay, by Peter Holman.
John Dowland, aspects of interpretation, by Nigel North
The Balcarres lute book, a modern edition and some new biographical information, by Matthew Spring
Lutecosmos, by Brian Wright
The Thysius lute book, by Jan Burgers
Notation, ornamentation and interpretation in 17th century French lute music: the allemande and the courante, by Christopher Wilson
Another source of lute tablature: the lyra viol repertoire, by Christopher Goodwin
Beginner’s Lesson by Lynda Sayce
Beginner’s Page 9: Getting started with ensemble music, by Christopher Goodwin

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Fifth and final part of collected lute music of Diomedes Cato of Venice: fantasias 11-20, 7-10c, Francesco da Milano fantasias 65-65, 6c, Marco dall’Aquila, Che debo far / Las voulez vous / A la ventura, 6c, JS Bach, BWV 1000, fugue, 13c, Tweedside, from the Balcarres lute book, 11c.
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Lute News No. 96 (December 2010) (36 A 4 pages)

Papers:
Cover picture essay, by Peter Holman.
The vihuela songs of Alonso Mudarra, by Matthew Spring;
String choice, a personal view, by David van Ooijen;
Beginner’s Lesson by Lynda Sayce;
Beginner’s Page 8: Choosing a historical model for your lute, by Martin Shepherd

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English pavans in Mylius Thesaurus Gratiarum (1622), 13 pieces attrib. Brade, Bacheler, Dowland, Rosseter, 6-10c, Francesco da Milano fantasias 61-63, 6c, Marco dall’Aquila Plus nulz regretz / In te domine speravi / Recerce 6c, JS Bach BWV 999, 13c, The Nightingale, with a division by Mr Beck from the Balcarres MS, 11c.
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Lute News No. 95 (October 2010) (36 A 4 pages)

Papers:
Cover picture essay, by David Van Edwards.
The man of the Monument: Thomas Mace, by Benjamin Narvey;
Mr Mace’s marvellous music room, by Andreas Linos;
Two paintings of 12-course lutes, by David Van Edwards;
Lost and round: a Francesco fragment in a Christ Church manuscript, by Jacob Heringman;
Notes fromthe workshop 2: How to make a low-budget Ersatz Theorbo, by Jonathan Rubin;
Beginner’s Page 7: Your first lute: how many courses?
Beginner’s Lesson by Lynda Sayce

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Collected lute music of Diomedes Cato of Venice, part 4: Fantasias 1-10, 6-10c, J.S. Bach: Ciaccona from BWV1004 arranged for baroque lute, 13c, Tombeau for Charlie, by Brian Wright, 6c, Francesco da Milano, Fantasia 33, Christ Church Lute MS version, Marco dall’Aquila, five Cara Cossa settings, 6c.
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Lute News No. 94 (August 2010) (36 A 4 pages)

Papers:
Cover picture essay, by David Van Edwards.
Gesture in the English lute song, by Rosemary Carlton-Willis;
A hitherto unknown ‘working’ 17th century musical MS from Rome or the Papal States sold at Sotheby’s, a pre-concert talk by Paula Chateauneuf;
Lutecosmos: an approach to hitherto neglected aspects in lute tutors, by Brian Wright;
Some evidence concerning right-hand position in the seventeenth century, by Mimmo Peruffo;
Beginner’s Page 6: A brief introduction to the lute in Italy 1480-1520, by Denys Stephens
Beginner’s Lesson by Lynda Sayce

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The complete fantasias of Julio Abondante, detto dal Pestrino, 6-7c, Francesco da Milano fantasias 58–60, 6c, Marco dall’Aquila, Il Marchese di Saluzo / Pomo / Pioverin / Burato / Chavalcha, JS Bach’s BWV 997 part 2, Sarabande / Gigue, 13c.
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Lute News No. 93 (April 2010) (40 A 4 pages)

Papers:
Cover picture essay, by David Van Edwards.
Lanier’s 1613 portrait, a suggested reading, by Christopher Goodwin;
Giacomo Gorzanis and his music, by Michele Carreca;
Vision into reality in Norfolk, by David Capp;
Some thoughts on teaching the lute to primary school children, by Peter Trent;
Beginner’s Page: 5. The lute on the internet, by Simon Lambert;
Beginner’s Lesson by Lynda Sayce

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Anonymous English pavans and galliards, 20 pieces, 6-7c, Gorzanis, Fantasia quarto, libro quarto, 6c, Francesco da Milano fantasias 56-57, 6c, La Bataglia da Marco da Laquila, 6c, JS Bach’s BWV 997 part 1, Prelude and Fuga, 13c
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Lute News No. 92 (December 2009) (36 A 4 pages)

Papers:
Cover picture essay, by David Van Edwards.
The world’s oldest guitar? The British Museum citole and its restoration, by Chris Egerton; Notes from the workshop: 1. Inventing the Guihuela—a radical approach to instrument accessibility, by Luke Emmet;
Beginner’s Page: 4. Which baroque lute tutor? A comparison of tutor books, by Wilfred Foxe
Beginner’s Lesson by Lynda Sayce

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Lute solos ascribed to Philipp Hainhofer’s lute teacher Nicolo Legname, 23 pieces, 6-7c, Francesco da Milano fantasia 55, [Erratum page replacing misprinted page in Lute News 91], Marco dall’Aquila, Fantasia /Aupres de vous secretement / Recercar /Mauldicte soit la mondaine richesse, 6c, JS Bach BWV 995, part 2, Almande / Courante/ Sarabande / Gavotte 1 / Gavotte 2 en rondeau / Gigue, 13c.
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Lute News No. 91 (October 2009) (36 A 4 pages)

Papers:
Cover picture essay, by David Van Edwards.
How to spot a fake lute, or Signor Franciolini’s shop of horrors, by Lynda Sayce;
The restoration of a fake colascione, by Enzo Puzzovio;
Lutes on the Danube, by Christopher Goodwin
Beginner’s Page: English Renaissance Lute Music, part 2, by Chris Goodwin;
Beginner’s Lesson, by Lynda Sayce;

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20 Continental preludes and exercises from an English manuscript, Cambridge UL Add MS 3056, [Cozens lute book] 6-7c, Francesco da Milano fantasia 54, 6c, JS Bach Prelude from BWV995, 13c,
A pavan by Daniel Bacheler, 7c, Fantasie Polonois, from the Herbert of Cherbury MS, 7c.
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Lute News No. 90 (August 2009) (40 A 4 pages)

Papers:
Cover picture essay, by David Van Edwards.
Continuo practice on the D-minor baroque lute, by Andrew Maginley;
Some remarks on the mandora, from David Van Edwards and Martyn Hodgson;
Replete for 4 lutes—fun with lutes and computers, by Gordon Gregory;
Beginner’s Page: English Renaissance Lute Music, part 1, by Chris Goodwin
Beginner’s Lesson, by Lynda Sayce
Correspondence: A missed Mesangeau connection in von Grünbühel’s lute book, notes on early Italian lute books, geared lute pegs, character pieces, lute emblems, and Henry VIII’s lost CD player

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Collected lute music of Diomedes Cato of Venice: part 3: chorea, balletti, passamezzi and barriera, 17 pieces in 27 pieces, 6c-8c, Francesco da Milano fantasias 51-53, 6c, Marco dall’Aquila, Fantasia / Contre Raison, JS Bach, BWV 996 Allemande / Courante / Sarabande / Bourree / Gigue, 13c.
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Lute News No. 89 (April 2009) (28 A 4 pages)

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Francesco da Milano’s dance music, and John Dowland’s character portraits, a pre-concert talk by Hopkinson Smith;
Was Dalza really weird? by Martin Shepherd;
Beginner’s Page: Is your lute set up well? by Lynda Sayce;
Why isn’t milk green?, a mysterious inscription, and a Worcestershire galliard, and nude lute playing

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Lute music of Alfonso Ferrabosco the Elder (1543–1588), part 1: Fantasias; 10 fantasias, 6c and 7c, Marco dall’Aquila, Fantasia / La Rousee du moys de may, 6c, Francesco da Milano fantasias 48-50, 6c, JS Bach, BWV 996 part 1, Praeludio, 13c
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Lute News No. 88 (December 2008) (28 A 4 pages)

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Reconstructing the lute consort, by Lynda Sayce;
Thoughts on Geminiani, Straube, and performance practice on the baroque cittern, by Doc Rossi;
Beginner’s page 1: The old renaissance tutor books;
Some play and prose extracts about the lute.

Music supplement, 32 pages. Also available for separate purchase.
Daniel Bacheler, Pavan, 9c (=part of tabsheet C140), Weiss, Siciliana from Sonata 52, C minor, 13c (= tabsheet D36), 22 preludes from the lute books of Pierre Attaingnant and Pierre Phalese, all 6c (=tabsheet C141), SONG, Cold and Raw, voice and 7c lute (=tabsheet C142), Marco dall Aquila, Recercar / Jayme le ceur de mamye, 6c (= part of tabsheet C144), Francesco da Milano, fantasias 44-47, 6c (=part of tabsheet C143), J.S. Bach, Allegro, BWV 998, 13c (=part of tabsheet D37)
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Lute News No. 87 (October 2008) (28 A 4 pages)

Papers:
The Balcarres lute book, by Matthew Spring;
One last kick from the lutemaker’s donkey, by Andrew Atkinson;
A bit more advice on avoiding concert disasters.

Music supplement, 32 pages. Also available for separate purchase.
J.S. Bach, Fuga BWV 998, 13c (=part of tabsheet D37), Diomedes Cato, 18 pieces, 6-9c (=part of tabsheet A27), Marco dall Aquila, Recercar x 2, 6c (= part of tabsheet C144).
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Lute News No. 86 (July 2008) (28 A 4 pages)

Papers:
The broadside ballad, by Lucie Skeaping;
Avoiding concert disasters —the collected wisdom of the membership;
Music jokes from a 16th century jokebook - one last bandora joke;
Hayne van Ghizeghem, lutenist? by Hiroyuki Minamino.

Music supplement, 28 pages. Also available for separate purchase.
John Maynard for LUTE AND BASS VIOL, plus 2 anonymous pavans, 8 pieces, 7c and bass viol (=tabsheet A26), Marco dall Aquila, Recercar x 4, 6c (= part of tabsheet C144), J.S. Bach, Prelude BWV 998, 13c (=part of tabsheet D37), Jacob Reis, Prelude 6c / anon, Prelude, 10c (=tabsheet C139); Telemann, Fantasia 4, TWV 40:17, arr. W Foxe, 13c (=tabsheet D35).
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Lute News No. 85 (April 2008) (36 A 4 pages)

Papers:
An approach to 17th century French lute music, by Anthony Bailes;
Etes-vous precieuses? Refinement and preciosite in 17th century French lute music, by Benjamin Narvey;
Music jokes from a 16th century jokebook, part 2.

Music supplement, 28 pages. Also available for separate purchase.
Diomedes Cato, 20 galliards, 6-9c (=part of tabsheet A27), Marco dall Aquila, Recercar x 3, 6c (= part of tabsheet C144), Daniel Bacheler, Almain, 9c (=part of tabsheet C140), Francesco da Milano, fantasias 41-43, 6c (=part of tabsheet C143).
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Lute News No. 84 (December 2007) (28 A 4 pages)

Papers:
The lute family in Britain in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, by Peter Holman;
Music jokes from a 16th century jokebook, part 1.

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[Music from Wolfgang Hoffman von Grunbuhel’s lute book] Praeludium 10c / Mascarate 9c / Ballet Anglois 7c Franciscano 7c / Dowland, Frog galliard, 10c / Dowland, Pavana Lachrimae 9c / DUET, Packington’s Pound 10c / Almande gratiae, 10c / Ballet, 8c / Bargamasco, 10c / Ingleza, 8c / Courante, 10c / Sarabande, 8c / Ballet, 10c / Ballet, 10c / Ballet Madame, 10c / Volte, 9c / Jacques Salmon, Courante, 10c (tabsheet C133), Marco dall Aquila, Recercar / Je ne fais rien que requerir, 6c (= part of tabsheet C136), Francesco da Milano, fantasias 39 and 40, 6c (=part of tabsheet C138), Purcell, intabulations of keyboard transcriptions of theatre music, arr. W Foxe, 10 pieces, 13c (=tabsheet D34).
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Lute News No. 83 (October 2007) (28 A 4 pages)

Papers:
Restoring an original Sixtus Rauwolf lute, by Michael Lowe, Stephen Gottlieb, and David Munro;
A psalm reference in a Morley lute song; and a crypto-Catholic message? noted by Ian Harwood;
Harmonics and the lute, by David E. McConnell.

Music supplement, 38 pages. Also available for separate purchase.
Thomas Dallis, Edward Herbert, John Lawrence (plus pieces from lutebooks of John Wilson, Christopher Lowther and Trinity College MS 0.16.2) 28 pieces, 6-10c, including 4 in ‘flatway’ tuning, (=tabsheet A25); David McConnell, Fantaise Melancolique, 6c, (=tabsheet C131), Gallot, L’Amant malheureux de Gallot, 11c / L Amant malheureux, arr. Weiss, 13c (=tabsheet D32), Marco dall Aquila, Recercar / Maulgre moi, 6c (= part of tabsheet C136), Daniel Bacheler, Prelude, 9c (=part of tabsheet C137), Francesco da Milano, fantasias 37 and 38, (=part of tabsheet C138), Gabriel Bataille, Fantasie Bataille, 7c (part of tabsheet C139).
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Lute News No. 82 (July 2007) (36 A 4 pages)

Papers:
The continuing search for the lute-maker’s donkey, part 3, by Andrew Atkinson;
Who sent Dowland to Dowland to Coventry in 1598?, by Michael J. Ashley;
Towards a grade syllabus, some suggestions from Martin Eastwell;
Playing from memory - another perspective, by David E McConnell;
A 16th century cittern at last? by Ian Harwood;
Evidence for an early form of lute strap.

Music supplement, 32 pages. Also available for separate purchase.
Kasper Sielicki, Petrus Konopacky, Francsiszek Maffon, 15 pieces, 6-8c lute, (=tabsheet A24); Daniel Bacheler, Pavan, 7c (=part of tabsheet C137), Weiss, Partita in G, 11c (=part of tabsheet D33), Marco dall Aquila, Recercar, 6c (=part of tabsheet C136), SONG The country girl’s farewell, 6c and voice (=part of tabsheet C130).
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Lute News No. 81 (April 2007) (44 A 4 pages)

Papers:
Accompanying English 17th Century Song, by Nigel North;
Baroque lute technique, by Robert Barto;
The best advice my teacher ever gave me, or 26 habits of highly effective lute players;
Master of Sorrow and Melancholy; Expressivity in Two Chromatic Fantasias by John Dowland, by Levi Sheptovitsky.

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[Music for comic actors, fools, buffoons and matachins] Pickelhering 1 6c / Pickelhering 2, 10c / Jig for Edward Alleyn 6c /Jig for Will Kemp 7c / Jig for Richard Tarleton 6c / Dowland, Tarleton’s Ressurection 6c / Jig for John Singer 6c / Op de Engelsche Foulle 6c / La foule d’Engleterre 7c / Ballat des folles 7c / The antycke 6c / Buffons x 10 versions 6-10c / Matachins x 5 versions 6-7c. (=tabsheet C129), Marco dall Aquila, Nous bergiers da M. Marco, 6c (= part of tabsheet C136), Daniel Bacheler, To plead my faith galliard, 6c (=part of tabsheet C137), Weiss, Partita in A minor, 11c (=part of tabsheet D33), Francesco da Milano, fantasias 35 and 36, (=part of tabsheet C138)
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Lute News No. 80 (December 2006) (36 A 4 pages)

Papers:
Playing from memory, by Matthew Wadsworth;
The continuing search for the lute maker's donkey (part two), or the fourth tour of Dr Syntax in search of The Authentic, by Andrew Atkinson;
Francesco Corbetta and piracy, by Monica Hall;
An interview with Sting; 'He that stealeth this book shall be hanged on a hook'; lute book endpapers and the price of music, by Chris Goodwin.

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[English pavans and galliards] Pavan Anglica 6c / Pavana Wilhelmi Angli 6c/ Pavan x 3, 6c-7c / Galliard x 4, 6c –7c/ My La P. Pavan 7c/Mrs E B Teares 7c/ Teares 7c / Thomas Moone, Pavan 6c/ John Blundevills Last Farewell W Hollis 7c (=tabsheet C124), Marco dall Aquila, 6c, Recercar (= part of tabsheet C116), Francesco da Milano, 6c, fantasias 33–34 (=part of tabsheet C120), Weiss, Partita in a minor from Salzburg MS ed. P Steur / W. Foxe, 11c (=tabsheet D32), [Noels de Saboly 1614-1675, arr. Christophe Bernard] all 6c, De bon matin / Pastro Pastresso /Pen noun langui / Li Pastoureau / La cambo me fai mau x 2 (tabsheet=C123), Bacheler, Prelude 10c (=part of tabsheet C118).
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Lute News No. 79 (October 2006) (36 A 4 pages)

Papers:
The lute in renaissance intarsias, a talk by Lewis Jones;
Tuning lutes, by Gordon Gregory;
Gut top strings for lutes, by Mimmo Perruffo;
A pavan by Albert de Rippe, in an unnoted concordance, by Ron Andrico;
Recent discoveries in song 4: Lassus' 'Monsieur Mingo', a new concordance for the Brogyntyn lute book by Christopher Goodwin.

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Hans Leo Hassler, lute arrangements [incl. one DUET] Intrada x 6, 6–8c/ Das Hertz thut mir auffspringen 6c/Fantasia 7c/ Galliard 8c/Canzona x 4, 7c–8c/ Ein guetter Tantz 6c/ Ascendo ad Patrem meum 7c/Verbum caro factum est 7c/ Chi gl'occhi vostri mira 7c/ Ridon di maggio 6c/ Vattene pur, crudel 7c/ Ach Fraulein zart 7c/All lust und freud 7c / Ein alter Greis wolt 6c / Frolich zu sein in Ehren 7c / Herzlieb zu dir allein 7c / Mein g'muth ist mir verwirret 7c/ O Auffenthalt meines Leben 7c/ Chiara e lucente stella 7c (=tabsheet C122), Francesco da Milano, 6c, fantasias 31–32 (=part of tabsheet C120), JS Bach, arr. W Foxe, Jesus bleibet meine Freude chorale from Cantata BWV 147, 13c and voice (=part of tabsheet D31), Marco dall Aquila, 6c, Recercar x 2 (= part of tabsheet C116), Butts almain reconstructed for 2 7c lutes by Ron Andrico (=part of tabsheet C115), F Couperin, arr. W Foxe, Prelude 6c (=part of tabsheet C119), Julien Perrichon, Prelude 8c (=part of tabsheet C117).
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Lute News No. 78 (June 2006) (36 A 4 pages)

Papers:
The different sizes of renaissance lutes and their uses, by Gordon Gregory ;
But what size of lutes did they play? A floor discussion and some recent literature, summarised by the editor;
Some unusual lutes, a talk by Stephen Barber;
A trial of silk lute strings, with Jacob Heringman;
Practical barre sizes on an instrument: further thoughts on lute sizes, by Eric Franklin.

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[MASQUE MUSIC 5] all anon, grouped editorially in suites, Untitled x 13, 7c-10c/ Jig x 3, 6c–7c /Almaine x 2 6c–7c/ Coranto x 5, 7c–10c/ Volte x 4, 7c / The sincapace galliard 6c/ Lord Hayes Coranto 6c/ Brettes Coranto 7c/ Turkelony 6c/ The Black Almain 6c/ French dance 10c/Brawl de la torche 7c/ Mounsers Galliard 6c/ The Emperour's Almaine 6c / La Durette 9c/Passingmeasures pavan 6c/ Mary Thornyes Galliard 6c/Earl of Oxfords March 6c/ Coranto Confesse 10c (=tabsheet C121), Francesco da Milano, 6c, fantasias 28–30 (=part of tabsheet C120), Marco dall Aquila, 6c, Fantasia (= part of tabsheet C116), Gallot La Comete, Chaconne 11c (=tabsheet D29), JS Bach, Bist du bei mir, for voice and 13c lute, (=part of tabsheet D28), Bacheler, Courant 9c (=part of tabsheet C118), Francis Cutting Almaine 6c / anon Draw near to me and love me 6c/ anon A toy 6c / anon Robin reddocke 6c / anon The friar and the nun 6c (=part of tabsheet C117)
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Lute News No. 77 (April 2006) (40 A 4 pages)

Papers:
The Italian battute-pizzicate: music, tunings and performance, by Lex Eisenhardt;
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, by William Carter;
The Royal College Dias: guitar or vihuela, by Alexander Batov;
A Zen approach to plucking a string: the divine touch, by Jonathan Rubin;
Paul Thomson, luthier, interviewed by Chris Goodwin.

Music supplement, 32 pages. Also available for separate purchase.
David Janszoon Padbrue(?), Marten van Persijn(?), Monsieur Tuenhuijsen and several anonymous Dutch pieces 27 pieces 6–8c lute (=tabsheet A23), Marco dall Aquila, all 6c, C'est a grand tort / Priambolo / Cara Cosa (= part of tabsheet C116), Francesco da Milano, 6c, fantasias 25–27 (=part of tabsheet C120), Telemann, arr. W. Foxe, Fantasie 3, TWV 40:16 13c (=tabsheet D30), Toye x 4, 6c (=part of tabsheet C119), anon Brande Westminster 7c / anon, Stefan Craus lutebook, Preambulum 6c/ Daniel Bacheler, Galliard 8c (=part of tabsheet C118), Satoshi Kobori My Grandfather's Clock 7c/ Rowena Sudbury 7c (=tabsheet C125),
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Lute News No. 76 (December 2005) (32 A 4 pages)

Papers:
The rhetoric of Mary Burwell's instruction book for the lute, by Judy Tarling;
Unknown lute music by S.L. Weiss discovered in an Austrian castle, by Michael Freimuth and Tim Crawford;
Some evidence on hand stretches to inform discussion on barrés, by Eric Franklin;
Recent discoveries in song 3: Two more tunes lurking in Ravenscroft:'Hey downe a downe', Another Ravenscroft adaptation? by Ian Payne, with Christopher Goodwin and The words for 'To Westminster' by Christopher Goodwin;
An interview with Jacob Heringman, by Ed Durbrow.

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[Morris and ballad tunes] The morris / Staynes morris / Sir Henry Guildford his Almaine / Trenchmore / The hornpipe / Monsieurs almaine / Only joy / Lost is my liberty / Loth to depart / Buggle bow all 6c/ The woodbynde 8c / Up tails all 7c / Woodycocke or the green man 6c / Over the broom bessy 6c / Peggie 8c / The gordian knot 7c / Hunter's Career 10c (=tabsheet C113); Marco dall' aquila, all 6c, Recercar / de la traditora (=part of tabsheet C108); D Gaultier / Mouton, La Belle Homicide 11c (=tabsheet D25); Daniel Bacheler, prelude 10c (=part of tabsheet C107); SONGS Thomas Morley, Come sorrow come/ anon, The merry boys of Christmas (=part of tabsheet C108); Galliard no. 16 (2005) by Dieter Weber, 10c (=tabsheet C111); 2 pages of music samples.
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Lute News No. 75 (October 2005) (28 A 4 pages)

Papers:
Wood and wire: cittern building, by Peter Forrester;
Lynda Sayce interviewed by Christopher Goodwin.

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Pietro Paolo Borrono, fantasias and toccatas, 13 pieces, 6c lute (= tabsheet A22); SONG Lady Mary Killigrew, Dearest love I do not go (=part of tabsheet C108); Marco dall' aquila, all 6c, Il est bel et bon / de la traditora (=part of tabsheet C108); Francesco da Milano, all 6c, Fantasias, Ness nos. 23–24 (=part of tabsheet C112); SL Weiss Tombeau sur la mort de M Cajetan Baron d'Hartig / Pasacaille 13c (=tabhseet D26)
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Lute News No. 74 (July 2005) (28 A 4 pages)

Papers:
New ballad, dance and masque tunes, and a Dowland intabulation, in a recently rediscovered lute book, by Stewart McCoy;
A 'new' Pietro Railich lute, by Wolfgang Emmerich;
So what is air wood? by David van Edwards;
The Peterson VSAM II virtual strobe tuner, sound generator and metronome, reviewed by Charles Browne;
The VioLab 'Pitchman' reviewed by Chris Goodwin.

Music supplement, 32 pages. Also available for separate purchase.
Robert Dowland, 14 pieces, 6–9c lute (=tabsheet A21); Marco dall' aquila, all 6c, Recercar x 2/ Amy souffre (=part of tabsheet C108); Francesco da Milano, all 6c, Fantasias, Ness nos. 20–22 (=part of tabsheet C112);Daniel Bacheler, pavan 8c (=part of tabsheet C107); JS Bach arr. J Duarte Suite no. 3 BWV 1009 13c.
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Lute News No. 73 (April 2005) (44 A 4 pages)

Papers:
The Alexander Technique and the lute, by Jacob Heringman;
Ottaviano Petrucci and the lute music of Joanambrosio Dalza, by Denys Stephens;
Recent discoveries in lute song 2: And Elizabethan 'willow' song revisited, by Ian Payne.

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All anon A French Ballet / Scerdustis / My Lady Rothmais Lilt / Blew Breikes / Aberdeins Currand /Scullione, Lady Cassilles Lilt / My Lady Laudians Lilt / Lesleis Lilt / The Keiking glasse / To dance about the Baizeis dubb / I left my love behind me / Alace this night that we suld sunder / Harreis Glaziard / I dowe not qunne cold / My mistres blush is bonnet / I long for thy virginitie / A saraband / Trumpeters currand / Scottish jig all 6c / General Leslys godnight 10c / Put on thy sark on a Monday, 7c / Whip of Dunbain, 7c / Lady ly nier mee 10c / This one night 10c / Blew cap 8c / Ane Scottis dance 7c (=tabsheet C105); Dalza (1508) all 6c, Italian tab, Tastar de corde / Recercar dietro / Pavana alla Venetiana / Saltarello / Piva / Laudate dio (=tabsheet C106); Le sage de Richee Menuet en Rondeau 11c / D Gaultier Prelude / Fantaisies 11c (=tabsheet D27); Francesco da Milano, all 6c, Fantasias, Ness nos. 17–19 (=part of tabsheet C112); Cesare Barbetta Balletto Francese detto la volta (1585) 6c; Marco dall' aquila, all 6c, Recercar / Amy souffre (=part of tabsheet C108); Daniel Bacheler, galliard 6c (=part of tabsheet C107).
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Lute News No. 72 (December 2004) (40 A 4 pages)

Papers:
Lute technique, beyond the basics, by Ronn McFarlane;
A Wemyss tale, by Rob MacKillop;
'La Verlata', a three-part dance for solo lute by Giovanni Pacoloni in a Polish lute manuscript;
Recent discoveries in lute song, 1: A lute song for Valentine's Day, by Christopher Goodwin;
playing the lute of mediaeval Europe, part 3, by Joseph A Baldassare.

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Renaissance dances, II] all 6c Attaingnant (1530) Basse dance Verdurant, recoupe, tordion / Paduaner tanz / Pavane / Saltarello / Gaiarda / Calata / Bassameso Francesse / Saleterela / D'annto boloigna HD / Saltarell HD / Ein schoner paduaner hd - saltarella / 7 x pavana / 5 x saltarello / 2 x galliarda / 2 x piva / 1 x passamezzo, incl. Dalza (1508) Paduana alla Venetiana / Borrono (1546) La Borroncina suite / Pacoloni, La verlata suite (=tabsheet C101); Pacoloni, Passamezzo , Padoana, Salterello 'La Verlata' all 6c; 9 traditional Irish pieces, arr. Wilfred Foxe for 11c lute (=tabsheet D22); Daniel Bacheler, Galliard 6c. 1 page music sample.
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Lute News No. 71 (October 2004) (36 A 4 pages)

Papers [vihuela issue]:
Vihuela and viola da mano, an outline of some of the evidence, by Peter Forrester;
Vihuela building, some recent discoveries and personal thoughts, by Alexander Batov;
The vihuela books and the CD ROM facsimile project, by Gerrardo Arriaga;
The violeros of Old Malaga, by Juan Carlos Ayala Ruiz.

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Thomas Robinson [works from MSS, complementing 1603 print] 39 pieces, 6–7 c [plus 1 for baroque lute/ 1 for mandore / 1 for bandora, 2 duets] (=tabsheet A20); Francesco da Milano, fantasias 14–16, all 6c (=part 3 of tabsheet C103); Gaultier d'Orleans (1638), Prelude / Sinfonie Fugue / Allemande / Courante / Sarabande (=tabsheet D23); Edward Collard, Pavan, 6c; Daniel Bacheler, Galliard 7c.
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Lute News No. 70 (July 2004) (32 A 4 pages)

Papers:
In search of the lutemaker's donkey, by Andrew Atkinson;
Where was John Dowland 1593? A historical puzzle noted by Arne Keller;
Playing the lute of mediaeval Europe, part 2, by Joseph A Baldassare.

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SONG, Handel, 'Silent Worship' arr. for voice and 7c lute (=tabsheet C99); [Renaissance dances, I], all 6c, mostly from early 16th century MS sources, Cha la danza Zuan Piero / Curaza / Tu dia che son fantira / Paduana / La Grimoda / Fa la danza Jo. Petro che la balla ben / Salterello al Venitiana / Galliarda di foravia alla dalliana / Bassadanza / Attaingnant (1530) Sanserre basse dance / (ibid) Gallarde / (ibid) Pavane P. B[londeau] / Rundt tantz - Hupffauff / La cara cossa / Dagi la Rocha el fuso / De la traditora / Gaillardo / De Rippe (1558) Gaillarde / El Stendardo / La Quentana / Lodesana / Saltarello alla Visentina / Capirola MS Balletto / Barberiis (1549) Vesentino / Calata / Dalza (1508) Calata de Strambotti / Lodosaner / Padunaer (=tabsheet C100); Francesco da Milano, fantasias 11–13, all 6c (=part two of tabsheet C103); Daniel Bacheler, Galliard 7c.
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Lute News No. 69 (April 2004) (32 A4 pages)

Papers:
Arnault of Zwolle's lute design; a puzzle solved? by David Van Edwards;
Notes from the scriptorium of Daniel Bacheler, by Christopher Morongiello;
Playing the lute of mediaeval Europe, part 1, by Joseph A Baldassare.

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Francis Pilkington; 18 pieces; 6–7 c [1 for lute & viol] (=tabsheet A19); Charles Mouton, Chaconne from the Barbe MS, 11c; (=tabsheet D21); Daniel Bacheler, Pavan 8c; Francesco da Milano, fantasias 8-10, all 6c (= first part of tabsheet C103).
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Lute News No. 68 (December 2003) (28 A4 pages)

Papers:
Conversations with Diana Poulton, by Ian Harwood;
Reminiscences of Diana, by Blanca Barto Kamp;
Some recent Dowland discoveries, compiled by Chris Goodwin.

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[early renaissance preludes and recercars] all 6c. Basel MS: Praeludium / Pesaro 1144: Ricercar de Antonio / Ricercars 7 and 8 Gasparo / Riecercars 2 and 8 / Spinacino (1507) Recercare 15 / Craus: Preambulum / Recercar / Recercar Bossinensis (1509) Recercars, 2, 10, 11, 14, 15 / Dalza (1508) Recercar 8 / Munich 267: Recercar Marco dall Aquila / Phalese (1547) Praeludium / Paris 429: Recercata Bella / Recercar / Thibault MS: Recherchar / Braye MS: Fancye / Fancye / BL 31389: Recerchare / Attaingnant (1529) Prelude / Capirola MS: Recerchar primo (=tabsheet C96); David Levy Le Tombeau des amis perdus for gamba and continuo (staff notation) (=tabsheet D19); Telemann arr. W. Foxe, violin Fantasie 2 TWV 40:15 13c / Mouton, Chaconne from Milleran MS (=tabsheet D20); Francesco da Milano, fantasias 5-7, all 6c (= second part of tabsheet C97).
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Lute News No. 67 (October 2003) (28 A4 pages)

Papers:
A forgotten lute: a painless introduction to 18th century lute music, by Lynda Sayce;
A pewter pendant in the form of a lute, by Hazel Forsyth;
Drewries Accordes; a difficult passage made easy, by Gordon Gregory;
An interview with Robert Barto, by Ed Durbrow.

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[MASQUE MUSIC 4, incl. mandora] all anon, First of the Prince's Masques, 5 settings, 6c, 9c, mandora / Second of the prince's masques 2 settings, 9c / The Third of the Prince's masques 3 settings, 7c, 9c / The fairy's dance 9c / [R Johnson?] The Noble Man 2 settings, 9c, 10c / The First of the Queen's masque 7c / The Second of the Queen's masque 7c / The Third of the Queen's masque two settings 7c / The Witches' dance 4 settings, 7c, lyra viol The Queens Masque, First, second, third and fourth, all for 10c / The Queen's Masque 10c / The King's Masque 12c / A masque, 3 settings 8c, 10c, / A maske 7c (=tabsheet C95); JS Bach, four pieces from A M Bach Notebook arr. W Foxe, for 11c/13c lute, Minuet / Minuet / Musette / March (= tabsheet D18); Francesco da Milano, fantasias 1-4, all 6c (= first part of tabsheet C97).
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Lute News No. 66 (June 2003) (28 A4 pages)

Papers:
John Dowland and the soggetto cavato by Wilfred Foxe;
Cat-lines, by Anthony Bailes.

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[MASQUE MUSIC 3; including MANDORA music] all anon, The Devil's dance 10c / First tune of the Lord's masque 2 settings, 7c, 10c / The Second tune of the Lord's masque 2 settings, 10c, mandora / The Lord's masque 3 settings, 10c Now ye spring 9c / Gypsies dances 7c / Paul's wharf 6c / Dulcyna 7c / Comoedian's masque mandora / Somerset's masque mandora / The haymakers masque 10c / The Bear's Dance 6c / A Masking Tune 10c / The Lady Phillyes Masque 8c / A masque 8c / Mascarada 6c / Untitled 8c / My Mistress Farewell 8c (=tabsheet C94); Telemann arr. W. Foxe, violin Fantasie 1 TWV 40:14 13c (=tabsheet D17); DUET and solo, anon, The Leaves be Green 6c x 2 / E Collard, A Ground 6c (=tabsheet C93); Giulio Cesare Barbetta (1585) Baletto d Rusia detl L'Orso 6c / Baletto d'Inghilterra deto il Bufon 6c
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Lute News No. 65 (April 2003) (28 A4 pages)

Papers:
Some reflections on the old early music racket, by Julian Bream; .
. . and some more reflections, from people who were there at the time, compiled by the editor;
Who owned the Folger Dowland lute book? A solve-it-yourself historical puzzle, by Chris Goodwin.

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[MASQUE MUSIC 2] all anon, Grays Inn Mask, 4 settings, 10c / Tom of Bedlam, 5 settings, 7-10c / The King's Morris, 8c / Entree de Mascarade 4 settings, 6-10c / Mr Goodwell his maske 7c / Mask 9c / [Variations] 6c (=tabsheet C91); Sixtus Kargel, after Francesco, (1586) Fantasia IV / Paladin (1549) Fantasia x 2 6c / Pavan 6c / Anon, arr. J Rubin La Cucuracha 6c (=part of tabsheet C92) TRANSITIONAL TUNINGS, Pierre Gaultier (1638) , Ballet sur l'entree de Monseigneur Le Prince d'Eggenberg / Ballet 2 / Ballet 3 / Sarabande Ballet 4, all 10c (=tabsheet D15); New composition, 'A Michel Cardin' 13c (=tabsheet D16).
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Lute News No. 64 (December 2002) (36 A4 pages)

Papers:
Historical right-hand technique, lute construction and aesthetics, by Michael Lowe;
'Will you go walk the woods so wild?' and the question of 'popular' music, by Chris Goodwin;
The differing temperaments of Gioseffo Zarlino and Vincenzo Galilei, an exploration of 16th century tuning systems and world views, by Benjamin Narvey.

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[MASQUE MUSIC 1] Anon, 6 x Lord Souche's Masque, 6c–9c/9 x The Earl of Derby's caraunta, 6–7c/ 5 x Kemp's Jig 6–7c/9 x A toye, 6–7c (=tabsheet C86) SONGS AND SOLO Anon, The willow song 6c + voice /various 6 x Christmas carol accompaniments, 7–8c/ Anon, arr. Byrd, Wyll yow walke the woodes soe wylde, 6c (=tabsheet C87); Ulf Nygards, 'Dead man in the pond' 7c.
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Lute News No. 63 (September 2002) (24 A4 pages)

Papers:
The Lute, 1600-1645, a review, by Anthony Bailes;
Plucked continuo: some personal thoughts on the current art of basso continuo accompaniment, by Nigel North.

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Collected lute works of Albert Dlugoraj, 6-9c lute (part 2 of tabsheet A17); Le Sage de Richee, Chiacone / Pasacaglia 11c/ D. Scarlatti, Sonatas K32/L423, K208/L238, K380/L23 arranged for 13c lute by W. Foxe (=tabsheet D13); Scott Joplin, The Entertainer, arranged for 6c lute by Brian Wright (=tabsheet C85); Edward Collard Go from my window 6c / Walsingham 6c.
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Lute News No. 62 (June 2002) (32 A4 pages)

Papers:
'Six several instruments': Aspects of the English consort and its music, by Ian Harwood;
Recording the lute, by John Taylor;
How many lute players does in take to change a light bulb?
Dowland on the rocks, by the membership, or Dowland and the ship's cat, by Arne Keller.

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Collected lute works of Albert Dlugoraj, 6-9c lute (part 1 of tabsheet A17); LUTE AND TREBLE INSTRUMENT, Bossinensis Chi in pregion crede / A la fama (1509) (=tabsheet C83); Anon, all 6c, Arthers dumpe / La volta / A downe (= tabsheet C84); D. Scarlatti, sonatas K322/L483, K11/L352, K340/L195 arr. W. Foxe, for 11c (=most of tabsheet D12).
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Lute News No. 61 (April 2002) (36 A4 pages)

Papers:
Lute technique, by Andrea Damiani;
Hush, hush! Top Secret! More codes, ciphers and spy stuff, compiled by the Editor;
The earliest English lute manuscript? by Christopher Goodwin.

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Music associated with Thomas Morley, 6 pieces, 6-10c lute (=tabsheet A16) Collard, 'A galliard'; DUET Anon, The short mesure of my lady Wynkfylds rownde arranged for 2 x 6c lutes (=tabsheet C81); Anon, c.1620, all 10c, Corrente / Volta /Corrente / 7 x Sarabande / Courante (=tabsheet C82); 1 page music sample.
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Lute News No. 60 (December 2001) (36 A4 pages)

Papers:
The English guitar, by Ken Baddley;
Conference report: the Kloster Michaelstein symposium on the guitar and the cittern, 16-18 November 2001, by Peter Forrester;
The Kytsons of Hengrave and their musicians: Edward Johnsons and John Wilbe, by Ian Harwood;
Hush, hush! Top Secret! Codes and ciphers in English music manuscripts, by Chris Goodwin.

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Music ascribed to A.F. in Basel F.IX.70, 15 pieces, 6-7c lute (=tabsheet A15); J. Gallot, Folies d'Espagne, E Reusner, In dulci jubilo (1676) 11c/G. Frescobaldi, Aria detta la Frescobalda, arr. 8c/11c (=tabsheet D11) ; FOR TREBLE INSTRUMENT AND LUTE, Molinaro, 'Ballo detto il conte Orlando' arr. Ron Andrico, and 'Pavana a per Elisenda'; Edward Johnson 'A galliard' 7c.
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Lute News No. 59 (September 2001) (28 A4 pages)

Papers:
Lute body assembly; an unusual perspective, by Alexander Batov;
A fragment of vihuela tablature in the Malaga Cathedral archives;
'An easie gracefulnesse', lute playing and the Alexander technique, by Denys Stephens.

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54 settings of Canaries/Canario from various sources, in different tunings (=tabsheet C80/D10), Collard: A galliard; 2 pages of music samples.
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Lute News No. 58 (June 2001) (28 A4 pages)

Papers:
The Cavalcanti lute manuscript: unanswered questions and intriguing possibilities, by Wilfred Foxe;
Strings of silk and other textiles, by Alexander Rakov.

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Brewster, Bulman, Cotton, E.E., Fernyer and Weston, 9 pieces, 6c lute [1 for 10c] (=tabsheet A14); S.L. Weiss, Suite in F Major, 11c (=tabsheet D9).
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Lute News No. 57 (April 2001) (32 A4 pages)

Papers:
Forum: what makes a good lute?;
What makes a good lute? Some suggestions from Lute Society members; . . . And what makes a good cittern? compiled by the editor;
Initial impressions of the new korg OT12 multi-temperament 'Orchestral Tuner', by Anna Langley and Gordon Gregory.

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Valentin Strobel the Elder, 6 pieces, 6-7c lute (=tabsheet A13); DUETS Spinacino, Je ne fais plus, J'ay pris amours (1507) 6c x2/ Piccinini, Toccata a dui liuti (1623) 7c x 2; (=tabsheet C79); Count Losy, Suite in 11 movements from Vienna, Ms Mus 18761, 11c (=tabsheet D8).
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Lute News No. 56 (December 2000) (32 A4 pages)

Papers:
Gut strings, by Mimmo Perruffo;
John Dowland: tears and equivocations, by David Pinto;
Classical rhetoric in the renaissance, by Judy Tarling;
Some more good books on rhetoric, by Chris Goodwin;
What makes a good summer school? Some personal opinions, by Gordon Gregory;
Some remarks on playing near the bridge and the rose, by Jonathan Rubin.

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Music by or dedicated to John Whitfield, Greene and Southwell, 6 pieces, 6–7c lute (tabsheet=A12); SONGS Cipriano da Rore (arr.) Ancor che col partire bass voice and 6c lute; 'The sweet primroses' set by Kristian Buhl-Mortensen, voice and 7c lute; Six Noels for theorbo / Dupre d'Angleterre, Suite: Tonbeau de dufaux/ Courante/ Sarabande/ Gavote 11c (=tabsheet D7).
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Lute News No. 55 (September 2000) (28 A4 pages)

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A new old repertory for lutes, by John Banks;
Fortune Vincinecta, a song or duet? by Hiroyuki Minamino.

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Taverners In nomine, 2 settings: 6c, 7c 6c// Parsons In nomine, 3 settings: 6c / Strogers In nomine pavan, 3 settings: 6c, 7c, 6c bass duet part / Strogers In nomine galliard, 5 settings: 6c, 6c, 7c, 6c, DUET for fourth apart 6c lutes/ Mr Tallis his offertory 7c (=tabsheet C71) SONG Une jeune fillette voice and 6c; DUET, TRIO and solos; Jeremiah Clarke (arr.) Chaconne for two lutes, 6c, 7c / Isaac, Benedictus for 3 x 6c / Mudarra (1546) Fantasia que contrahaze la harpa en la manera de Luduvico, 6c / Judenkunig (c.1519) Nach willen dein 6c (=tabsheet C73).
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Lute News No. 54 (June 2000) (32 A4 pages)

Papers:
Reconstructing the consort lessons of Richard Reade, by Matthew Spring;
Reconstructing the Dresden lute duos of Sylvius Leopold Weiss: hints from the existing part, hints by Karl-Ernst Schroeder;
Mind that left-thumb? The use of the left thumb in six course lute technique, by Denys Stephens;
Why you should buy facsimiles of lute manuscripts, by Chris Goodwin.

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[ENGLISH MUSIC ABROAD 3] : Barra Faustus' Dream, 3 settings: 7c, 6c, 10c / Fortune my Foe, 5 settings: 10c (1616), 9c, 6c, 7c, 6c / Go from my Window, 2 settings, 6c / Greensleeves, 3 settings: 6c, 7c, bandora / Hunts up, or Grimstock, 7 settings: 7c, 6c, 9c, 7c, 6c, 7c, 9c / Light of love, 2 settings: 7c, 6c (1584) / Loath to depart, 7c / Lusty Gallant 6c (1584) / Mall Sims, 4 settings: 7c, 8c, 9c, 7c / Packington's Pound, 3 settings: 10c, 10c, 7c / Sellenger's Round, 5 settings: 6c, 7c, 7c, 7c, 6c / Wilson's Wild, 3 settings: 6c (=tabsheet C70); S L Weiss, Sonata in D Major, Fantasia/ Allemande/ Courante/ Gavotte/ Sarabande/ Menuet/ Gigue, 13c (=tabsheet D6); one page of music sample.
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Lute News No. 53 (April 2000) (28 A4 pages)

Papers:
The so-called lute works of JS Bach: some thoughts, by Paul Beier;
Did lutemakers just assemble their lutes? Some thoughts on Sandro Pasqual's article on Laux Maler, by Peter Kiraly;
What proportion of lute music has come down to us? by Chris Goodwin;
John Dowland and his apprentice, by Arne Keller;
If it's right it sounds wrong: how to check if you are playing both strings of a double course, by Jonathan Rubin.

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Westminster Abbey Library MS 105 (facsimile) 5 pieces, 6–7c lute; John Sturt, 7 pieces, 7-9c lute (=tabsheet A11); John Marchant, duet reconstructed by David Humphreys, 2 x 6c; 3 reconstructions of 'Welladay' by Francisco Hervas, 'Meleg', Joaquim Boguna Chesa, 2 x 6c; Dalza (1508), Calata ala Spagnola 6c/ Pavana alla ferrarese, SCORDATURA 6c (=tabsheet C67); CONTINUO MATERIALS 'the rule of the octave' in the easier keys (tabsheet=C68).
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Lute News No. 52 (December 1999) (32 A4 pages)

Papers:
The beginnings of lute continuo in 17th century Italy and the accompaniments of Jacopo Peri, by Paul Chateauneuf;
Dances with dinosaurs: large, ong-necked and extinct, by Lynda Sayce;
The five-course guitar continuo instrument, by Monica Hall;
The lute as a continuo instrument in 17th century England, by Peter Holman.

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B. J. Hagen Sonata a Liuto Solo 12c (=tabsheet D5); Solos ascribed to CK, TA, RB, CD, E, N, and JR, 12 pieces, 6-7c lute (=tabsheet A10); SONG, DUET and solo, Harte Oprest 6c/ 2 x 6c/ 6c and voice (=tabsheet C65); Simone Molinaro, Ballo detto il Conto Orlando 7c/ Salterello 7c (=tabsheet C66) 4 pages of music samples.
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Lute News No. 51 (September 1999) (28 A4 pages)

Papers:
Laux Maler (c.1485-1552) by Sandro Pasqual;
Reply to Ephraim Segerman's comment on my paper in The Lute 1996, by Martin Shepherd.

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Henry Purcell, arr. R. Blocksidge, Almand/ Corant/ Minuet/ all 11c (=tabsheet D4); Anon, Passamezzo Moderno/ Gayliarde/ Melyne Gayliarde/ Passamese de Paduana/ Passamezze Galiard [Dallis MS]/ Adrian Le Roy (1568) Second Branle of Malte/ Fowerth Branle of Malte/ all 6c (=tabsheet C61) DUET and solo, Dowland Lady Laiton's Almain 2x 6c/ Byrd/Cutting, Pavana Bray 7c/ (=tabsheet C62), [ENGLISH MUSIC ABROAD 2] All Anon, Pavan d'Engleterre 6c/ Englisch Galliard 6c/ Chorea Anglica 7c/ Engelsche Masquarade 7c/ Engelsche Masquarade 6c/ Mascarade Englesa 7c/ Pauanna Englessa 7c/ Galliarda Anglesa 7c/ Chorea Anglica A. F. 7c/ Pieckel Hering 7c/ Pickelhering 9c/ Pekelhevier 6c/ Peckelharing 6c/ Galliart 9c/ Chorea Anglica 7c/ Allemand Anglica 7c/ Chorea Anglica 6c/ Galliarda Britannica Elegans 7c/ Angloise 7c/ Galiarda 7c/ Galliarda Angloise 7c/ Galliarda 6c/ Galliarda Englessa 6c/ (=tabsheet C63).
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Lute News No. 50 (June 1999) (32 A4 pages)

Papers:
A Caravaggio rediscovered? by David van Edwards;
Gut reactions, or lute strings, a guide for the confused, a discussion;
Comments on Martin Shepherd's paper on graces in The Lute 1996, by Ephraim Segerman;
More repertoire for 5-course guitar and continuo, by Kristian Buhl Mortensen;
An approach to holding the lute.

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Italian composers at the English Court: Augustine Bassane, Lodwick, Ambrose Anthony, Mark Anthony, Petro and Renaldo Paradiso, 14 pieces, 6-7c lute (=tabsheet A9); S. L. Weiss, suite in G major, Phantasie/ Almande/ Courrente/ Sarabande/ Gigue/ Gavotte/ Menuette/ all 11c (D3); continuo materials, Nicola Matteis' Universal Scale and chord charts, mostly 6c, c.1682 (= tabsheet C60).
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Lute News No. 49 (March 1999) (36 A4 pages)

Papers:
Lute intabulations of music by Peter Philips, an introduction, by David J Smith;
A splendid decline: the lute in the last years of the 18th century, by Tim Crawford;
Biographical sketches of Bakfark and Waissel, by Peter Kiraly.
Conference report:
Marco dall'Aquila and his times, by Franco Pavan.

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Anon, Pavana Regia/ Salterelo/ Piva, all 6c, c.1500 (=tab sheet 56); 2 folk songs. arr. C. Goodwin: The lark in the morn/ O No, John!, 7c plus voice (=tab sheet 57); Clarkes Galliard in C 6c/ Clarkes Galliard in B flat 6c/ Galliard James Harding in C minor 6c/ Galliard James Harding in G minor 8c/ Hawles Galliard 6c/ Galliard Edward Johnson 7c/ Knowles Galliard 6c/ Galliard Lichfield 6c/ Sir Robert Sidneys Galliard 7c/ Squiers Galliard in G minor 6c/ quiers Galliard in F minor 6c/Squiers Galliard in C minor 7c/ Lord Herefords Galliard 6c (=tab sheet C58) new works by Joaquim Boguñá Ches:a Fantasia 1/ Fantasia 2/ Pavan Breu, all 6c (=tab sheet C59); Henry Purcell, arr. R. Blocksidge, Prelude/ Almand/ Hornpipe, all 12c (=tab sheet D2) 8 pages of music samples.
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Lute News No. 48 (December 1998) (36 A4 pages)

Papers:
Shakespeare's 'Fair viols, sweet lutes and rude pipes' as symbolic musics, by Christopher R. Wilson;
Lutes and viols at the Tudor and Stuart Courts, c.1495–1642; by Andrew Ashbee;
In defence of my book, The Meaning and Performance of Ornament Signs in English Lute Tablatures; by Stanley Buetens;
An interview with Ronn McFarlane, by Bob Madison;
Finger tipe: the problem of the collapsing wrist, by Jonathan Rubin.

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Rapahel de viola (2 pieces) and 2 dances from Johann Aegidius Berner lute book (= tab sheet A8), Anon Praeludium x2 (1547) 6c/ [four bransles arr. for 6c lute from Le Roy guitar print 1552], Francesco Recercata Ness no. 4 (1536) 6c/ Canaries (1603) 6c, (=tab sheet C53), Nine newly composed duets and a trio on Francesco fantasia Ness No. 16, by C Boarotto, M Shepherd, S McCoy, C Goodwin, A Dite, E Kopperud, 'Meleg', J Reeve, J Collins, K Osborn (1998) (=tab sheet C55), 8 pages of music samples.
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Lute News No. 47 (September 1998) (28 A4 pages)

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An 11-course lute by Andreas Berr, by Ivo Magherini;
Report from Paris Lute Colloquium, 1998, by Christopher Goodwin;
La guitarra a lo espanol [draft of LS booklet no. 8];
Gut stringing for lutes, a response, by Ephraim Segerman.

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Scordatura: Wolf Heckel (1562) all 6c, Erstlich der Juden Tantz / Proportz auff der Juden Tantz Ein Schweitzer Tantz . . . / Proportz auff den Sibentaler / Der Kochelsperger Tantz . . . / Proportz (=tab sheet C51), duet and solos, P van Wilder Je File for 2 6c lutes / J Johnson Quadro Pavan 6c/ Anon Il Burato (1554) (=tab sheet C52); works of Matthaias Mason and John Marchant, 11 pieces for 6-7c lute (=tab sheet A7), 6 pages of music samples.
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Lute News No. 46 (June 1998) (28 A4 pages)

Lecture transcript:
An hour with Philip Rosseter, by Ian Harwood.
Papers:
Members' poll, top five all-time lute recordings;
Instrument theft: a viol story, by Anne Graf;
Gut-stringing for lutes, by Martin Shepherd.

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J. Rude Praeludium 9c/ M Reymann Ballet 7c/ Galliard x 2 7c/ E Mertel Praeludium 7c/ Praeludium 8c/ Ballet (1622) 8c/ Ballet x 2 7c/ Balletto 8c/ Galliard x 2 (1603) 6c/ Galliard (1615) / Chorea x 2 7c/ Galliard 7c/ Wilhelmus van Nassouwe (1615) 7c/ Alamanda (1615) 8c/ Orlandus Furiosus (1615) 6c/ So wunsch ich ihr ein gute Nacht (1615) 6c/ Ein gar sehr trauriges Liedlein 6c (=tab sheet C49) strummed music: Dalza Piva x 2 (1508) 6c/ Newsidler (1536) Gassenhawer / Ein sehr guter hoff tantzmit durch straichen / Hupff Auff / Ich gieng wol bey der nacht all 6c (=tab sheet C50), 1 page music sample.
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Lute News No. 45 (March 1998) (32 A4 pages)

Lecture transcripts:
John Eccles' Theorbo Lute 1695, by Anthony Rooley;
The lute in restoration England, Michael Lowe.
Papers:
Which summer school;
Gut stringing for lutes, by Ephraim Segerman.
Booklet:
Robert Spencer, a tribute.

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Edward Blanks Allmaine 6c/ Pavan Daniel Farrant 9c/ Pavan Andrew Marks 8c/ The Countesse of Bedford's Galliard Henry Porter 7c/ Jig Jeremy Chamberlaine 7c/ Almain Jeremy Chamberlayne 7c/ Almaine Thomas Vautor 7c Pavan William Simmes 7c / Galliard William Simmes 7c / Pavan Thomas Smyth 7c / Galliard Thomas Smyth 7c Galliard Thomas Smyth 7c/ Galliard Thomas Smyth 6c/ Galliard Thomas Smyth 7c (= tab sheet C47), Anon Quadro Pavan [Ballet MS] 6c/ Anon Padoana descorda nel ton di Sta Trinitas [Capirola MS] 6c (=tab sheet C48);11 little known versions of pieces by Anthony Holborne, for 6-7c. 6 pages of music samples.
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Lute News No. 44 (December 1997) (24 A4 pages)

Lecture summaries:
Notation and interpretation in the 17th century air de cour, by Jonathan Le Cocq;
The oud, a western musician's perspective, by Bill Badley;
Spanish music for viols, by Mark Levy.
Papers:
Rattle and hum: extraneous noises and how to cure them, by Lynda Sayce;
The International symposium on the 500th anniversary of Francesco da Milano, by Christopher Wilson;
The lute on the internet, by David Harvey;
How much did second-hand lutes cost? by Christopher Goodwin and Honor Ridout;
Lute grades; suggested repertoire, by Martin Eastwell.

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Ballet MS, all Anon: [Untitled jig] 6c/Turkeylony 6c/a marche 6c/pegaramsey 6c/Vicenzo Capirola Baleto da balar bello 6c (=tab sheet C41); duet by Francesco da Milano [Castelfranco MS duet]/Enrique de Valderrabano Musica para discantar sobre un punto (1547) /Anon My lady Careys dompe (arr.) 6c x 2 (=tab sheet C42); Mike Tyack The Artichoke (1997) 8c (= tab sheet C43); 11 pieces by Joachim van den Hove for 7-10c (=tab sheet C40); 8 pages of music samples.
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Lute News No. 43 (September 1997) (20 A4 pages)

Lecture transcript:
Early English lute songs, by Chris Goodwin.
Paper:
Diana's room, reminiscences of Diana Poulton, by Chris Wilson.

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English music abroad: 14 pieces by Jenkins, Brade, Webster, Taire, for 6-8c lute (=tab sheet C39); easy pieces, ed. Martin Eastwell, facsimile of St John's College Cambridge G.13.28, 7 pieces for cittern (=tab sheet B4), music samples.
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Lute News No. 42 (June 1997) (20 A4 pages)

Lecture summaries:
The performance of lute songs, a forum;
The mediaeval gittern, by Matthew Spring.

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10 Vieil ton pieces by Jacques/Ennemond Gauthier for 8-10c lute (=tab sheet C37), 9 pieces from Caroso (1581) for 6c lute (=tab sheet C38), music samples.
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Lute News No. 41 (March 1997) (14 A4 pages)

Lecture summaries:
Matthew Locke, new thoughts on the life and the man, by Peter Holman;
Newly discovered songs by Locke, by Lynn Hulse;
Sketches and revisions in Locke's consort music, by Rebecca Herissone;
The Locke-Salmon controversy, by Matthew Spring.
Paper:
The well-tempered lute, by Martin Shepherd.

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The Giles Lodge MS, (= part 2 of tab sheet B3) 11 pieces for 6c lute; works of Robert Kindersley, Robert Taylor and Thomas Greaves, 8 pieces, for 7–10c lute (= tab sheet A6).
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Lute News No. 40 (December 1996) (16 A4 pages)

Lecture transcript:
French music for solo theorbo, an introduction, by Peter Lay.
Lecture summary:
The English theorbo, the 12-course lute and Thomas Mace's Lute dyphone, by David van Edwards.
Paper:
Flying with lutes, by Lynda Sayce.

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(=part 2 of tabsheet A5) works of Gregory Howet, 9 pieces for 6 to 8c lutes; The Giles Lodge MS, (= part 1 of tab sheet B3) 27 pieces for 6c lute.
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Lute News No. 39 (September 1996) (12 A4 pages)

Notes from the lutenet.

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(=part 1 of tabsheet A5) works of Gregory Howet, 10 pieces for 6 to 9c lutes.
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Lute News No. 38 (June 1996) (12 A4 pages)

Lecture summaries:
The lute music of Francis Cutting, by Stephen Carpenter;
forum: A tribute to Diana Poulton from friends and colleagues;
further notes on ornamentation in English lute music, by Martin Shepherd.

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Royal Appendix 58 (=tab sheet B2), lute music of Master Newman, plus Wigmore's galliard, 11 pieces for 6c lute (= tab sheet A4)
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Lute News No. 37 (March 1996) (16 A4 pages)

Lecture summaries:
Ornamentation in English lute music, by Martin Shepherd;
Lute and guitar, can you play both?, by David Parsons;
Hans Newsidler and the case for authentic fingering, by Stephen Haynes.

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British Library MS Stowe 389, 9 pieces for 6c lute (=tab sheet B1),
duet: Ailsa Dixon Since by man came Death (dedicated to Diana Poulton) 6c and 9c (=tab sheet C8),
duets and solos: Arnolt Schlick All ding mit Radt (1512) 6c/Wer gnad durch Klaff (1512) 6c Weg wart dein Art (1512) 6c/H Neusidler KonigsFerdinandus Tantz (1549) 6c/ M Neusidler Der Fuggerin Dantz–Hupfauff (1574) 6c/ Wolff Heckel Der Kochelsperger Tantz–Proportz (1562) 6c/Agricola Ach Gott von Hymel sich dar eyn (1532) 6c/Matthaus Waissel Tantz Sprung (1591) 6c / Tantz Sprung (1592) 6c/Tantz Sprung (1592) 6c x 2/Virdung O haylige...Marie (1511) 6c x 2 Krengal Ohn dich mus ich mich aller Freunden massen (1584) 6c x 2 (=tab sheet C9)
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Lute News No. 36 (December 1995) (12 A4 pages)

Lecture summaries:
A lute by Sixtus Rauwolf, the lute in 17th century England, by Michael Lowe;
A little known Dowland sources: Johann Daniel Mylius, by Tim Crawford;
Rediscovered and reconstructed mid-16th century lute songs, by Christopher Goodwin;
Musical additions to copy of Archimedes, by John Robinson.

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Three songs from Attaingnant (1529) and (=tab sheet C11) two English mid 16th century songs.
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Lute News No. 35 (September 1995) (12 A4 pages)

Lecture summaries:
The most famous and divine Laurencini, by Paul Beier;
A portrait of Francesco da Milano, by Mariagrazia Carlone.

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(= tab sheet A3) lute music of Mr Lushier, 8 pieces for 6/7c lute.
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Lute News No. 34 (May 1995) (12 A4 pages)

Lecture summaries:
Dowland's song books, 1597–1612, by Robert Spencer;
John Dowland's lutes, an open forum, led by Michael Lowe;
How fast should we play Elizabethan lute music, by Christopher Goodwin.

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(= tab sheet C10) Jacob Reis Volt 10c/Volt 8c/Prelude (1603) 7c/Fantasia 10c/ Courante 10c/Courante (1612) 9c Galliard (1617) 8c.
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Lute News No. 33 (January 1995) (12 A4 pages)

Lecture summaries:
Making an archlute, by David van Edwards;
Editing music for performance, by Martin Shepherd;
Titles and allusions, by Christopher Morongiello.

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(=tab sheet A2) lute music of R Askew: 5 pieces for 7/8c lute.
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Lute News No. 32 (November 1994) (4 A5 pages)

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(= tab sheet C16) Anon, from Grässe MS, Lódz, 3 x Preambulum 6c/ Diomedes Galliarda Diomedi 6c/Galliada Diomedi 8c/Jacobus Losius Intrada Jacobus Losius 6c/Jacobus Losius Galliarda 6c.
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Lute News No. 31 (September 1994) (16 A5 pages)

Lecture summaries:
Measure for measure: structure in Elizabethan lute music and poetry, by Chris Morongiello;
Choosing a first lute, by Gordon Gregory.

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(=tab sheet A1) complete lute music of Edward Pearse, 6 pieces for 6/7c lute.
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Lute News No. 30 (April 1994) (10 A5 pages)

Lecture summaries:
Approaches to lute playing, by Chris Wilson;
Introduction to 16th century German lute music, by Lynda Sayce;
What makes one lute sound different from another, by Michael Lowe.

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(=tab sheet C15) Anon, from Montbuysson MS Ballet angloys [Mall Sims] 9c or 7c/ Englische danz 7c/ballet de la déesse diane 9c or 7c/ballet angloys 9c or 7c/untitled 7c/prelude 7c/Landtgrave's Alman 8c/ballett 7c.
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Lute News No. 29 (January 1994) (12 A5 pages)

Lecture summaries:
Courtiers in the community: The gentlemen of the Early Tudor Chapel Royal, by Fiona Kisby;
The organisation of the early Tudor court, by David Starkey;
A view from the archives, by Andrew Ashbee;
Aspects of an Emerging keyboard repertory, c.1520–50, by John Caldwell;
The earliest English Music for viols, by Peter Holman.

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(=tab sheet C14) T Dallis fansye 6c/Anon Prelude 6c/A Jigg 6c/A Jigge 6c (all from Cambridge lute books)/[Untitled, Euing lute book] 6c/Cavendish Galliard Candish 6c/mr Candishe Almaine 9c/Mr Candish his galliard 9c.
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Lute News No. 28 (November 1993) (16 A5 pages)

Lecture summaries:
The mediaeval lute, by David Van Edwards;
The life and music of Richard Allison;
The history of the lute, part 6, by Michael Lowe;
Buying a lute in 1593, and 1993, by Gordon Gregory.

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(=tab sheet C13) Antonio de Becchi Fantasia (1568) 6c/Barbetta Moresca Deta il Matacino (1585) 6c/de Barberis Fantasia (1549) 6cBarbetta Pavana deta la Porcelina (1569) 6c/Borrono Salterello detta la Barberina (1546) 6c.
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Lute News No. 27 (August 1993) (20 A5 pages)

Lecture summaries:
An introduction to the air de cour, by Jonathan Le Cocq.

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(=tab sheet C90) Francis Cutting, Pavan in F, 7c / two untitled pieces Cambridge Dd.9.33 f. 90r. 7c / Dd.5.78.3, f. 29r, 6c/ Jour desire, for bandora.
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Lute News No. 26 (April 1993) (12 A5 pages)

Lecture summary:
Tone and touch in lute playing, by Christopher Wilson.

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Anon: 3 pieces from Wroclaw MS 352 (=tab sheet C12), 3 pieces from H Newsidler (1536), all for 6c lute.
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Lute News No. 25 (January 1993)
Lecture summaries:
Real and Ideal in the Jacobean Masque, by Peter Walls;
Incitements to lust: music, dance and love in the Stuart masque, by David Lindley;
A thousand twangling instruments: the lute in the court masque, by Tim Crawford;
The court masque and private entertainments, by Lynn Hulse;
The Le Strange collection of masque dances, by Peter Holman.
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Lute News No. 24 (November 1992)
Lecture summaries:
Philip van Wilder, by Matthew Spring;
History of the lute, part 5, by Michael Lowe;
Sylvius Leopold Weiss and his time, by Tim Crawford
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Lute News No. 23 (August 1992)
Lecture summaries:
Copying old instruments, a forum;
Repertoire for beginners, by Martin Eastwell.
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Lute News No. 22 (April 1992)
Lecture summaries:
Dowland's dance-songs, by Robert Spencer;
Uppsala University Library MS 20: 13, by Robert Eklund;
Spaghetto da Bologna, a forgotten lutenist, by Don Spade.
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Lute News No. 21 (January 1992)
Lecture summaries:
The enharmonic lute, by Lewis Jones;
A history of the lute, part 4: the 17th and 18th centuries in Northern Europe;
English Empfindsamkeit in the 17th century, by Annette Otterstedt and Hans Reiners.
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Lute News No. 20 (September 1991)
Lecture summary:
Grussau: The Silesian Crossroads, Lute Music in Polish sources, by Matthew Spring;
report on Czech early music society.
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Lute News No. 19 (April 1991)
Lecture summaries:
History of the lute, part 3, The lute in northern Europe in the 17th century, by Michael Lowe;
How to play in transitional tunings, by Lynda Sayce.
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Right-hand techniques, further thoughts, by Robin Irvine.
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Lute News No. 18 (January 1991)
Lecture summaries:
'Orderly arrangement, grace and beauty': Early modern handwriting in English lute manuscripts, by Julia Craig-McFeely;
Daniel Bacheler: The Right Perfect Musician, by Anne Batchelor;
A history of the lute part 2, by Michael Lowe;
summer school reports.
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Lute News No. 17 (August 1990)
Lecture summaries:
Performance preparation, by Martin Eastwell.
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More on right-hand technique, by Paul Beier.
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Lute News No. 16 (April 1990)
Lecture summaries:
The lute music of S L Weiss, by Peter Lay;
A history of the lute part 1, by Michael Lowe;
Beginners' questions answered (forum).
Paper:
Changes in lute right-hand technique from the late 16th century, by Martin Eastwell.
Music:
2 pieces from CUL Dd.4.22, 4 short pieces from Per Brahes Visbok, 1620.
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Lute News No. 15 (February 1990)
Lecture summaries:
Vocal passaggi, the viola bastarda, and the lute contrapunto, by Lewis Jones;
Why did the right-hand position for playing the lute change in mid 16th century, by Robin Irvine.
Music:
2 short pieces from CUL MS Dd.4.22 and 6 branles from the Thesaurus Musicus (1574).
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Lute News No. 14 (October 1989)
Lecture summary:
The English guitar and its Continental relatives, by Stuart Walsh.
Music:
2 pieces from Trinity MS 0.16.2.
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Lute News No. 13 (July 1989)
Lecture summaries:
Rhetoric for the voice and instruments, by Ephraim Segerman.
Music:
2 pieces from the Thysius MS.
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Lute News No. 12 (April 1989)
Lecture summaries:
Lutenists and lute-playing at the English Court, by Peter Holman;
' . . . whose heavenly touch upon the lute' John Dowland, by Robert Spencer;
interview with Doug Wootton.
Music:
3 pieces from the Thysius MS.
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Lute News No. 11 (January 1989)
Brief report of joint meeting with Viola da Gamba society.
Music:
Hertz liebsts pild for lute and treble instrument.
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Lute News No. 10 (October 1988)
Lecture summaries:
The English guitar, by Stuart Walsh;
A chitarrone by Magno Dieffopruchar, by Stephen Barber;
A neglected early source of Italian lute music, BL Add MS 31389, by Tim Crawford.
Music:
galliard by Jacob Pollac.
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Lute News No. 9 (July 1988)
Lecture summaries:
Right-hand technique in the 17th and 18th centuries, by Martin Eastwell;
The 12-course lute: construction and development, by David van Edwards;
report of London College of Furniture show.
Music:
new piece, Miss Sally Brown's Puffe; technical exercise by Jacob Heringman.
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Lute News No. 8 (April 1988)
Lecture summary:
The repertoire of the 12-course lute in surviving British sources, by Matthew Spring;
Music: two new pieces Lyric piece and In a Lydian mode by Brian Wright, and a galliard from the Braye MS.
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Lute News No. 7 (January 1988)
Lecture summaries:
The sources of Scottish lute music, by Matthew Spring;
Citterns in the Paris Conservatoire, by Peter Forrester;
Two little-known orpharions, by Stephen Barber;
The King's Music in the 17th century, by Andrew Ashbee;
The lute songs of Dowland and Campion, by Robert Spencer.
Music:
technical exercises by David McConnell.
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Lute News No. 6 (October 1987)
Summer school report.
Music:
Rogero, Quadro pavan and Quadro Galliard, for cittern, from CUL Dd.14.24.
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Lute News No. 5 (July 1987)
Lecture summaries:
Polish dances in the lute repertoire, by Anthoni Pilch;
The Pesaro lute MS, by Lewis Jones.
Music:
The Old Pardye, and Arthur's dump from the Braye MS.
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Lute News No. 4 (April 1987)
Lecture summaries:
The lute concerti of Sylvius Leopold Weiss, by Peter Holman and Tim Crawford;
Some diffuse thoughts on the baroque lute, by Michael Lowe;
Interview with Anthoni Pilch.
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Lute News No. 3 (January 1987)
Lecture summaries (themed around Italian influences on English music in the early 17th century):
The First 'New Music', Angelo Notari's Prime Musiche Nuove, by Anthony Rooley;
Some manuscript sources associated with Notari, by Jonathan Wainwright;
The influence of Italian music theory and practice on Milton's poetry, by Polly Mander;
The Thirty preludes of John Wilson, by Matthew Spring;
Lutes depicted in Italian intarsie, by Lewis Jones;
Tim Crawford, Influences on the style of Sylvius Leopold Weiss;
Interpretation in the Air de Cour, Hubert Humeau.
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Lute News No. 2 (October 1986)
Report of the proceedings of the Utrecht Lute Symposium.
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Lute News No. 1 (July 1986)
Lecture summaries:
Five-part music for four-part ensemble: polyphonic pieces in the Consort Lessons, by Lyle Nordstrom;
New discoveries in the Paston lute books, by Stewart McCoy;
The Lute in Spain, by Antonio Corona-Alcalde;
Mandores and alternative lutes, by Donald Gill.
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