The Lute Online Resources Portal (LORP): Academic Journals

As more and more academic material appears online, the distinction between academic journals and lute history websites becomes less clear: see also Lute history pages.

There is a bibliography of secondary literature (books and articles) about the lute, published since 1831, listed by author and by year of publication, at The Lute Library


Guitar And Lute Issues, publication of Matanya Ophee's Editions Orphee:
LuteBot Quarterly, a short-lived online journal published by Federico Marincola:


Orfeo, online guitar magazine:
Early Music Review, formerly published by Clifford Bartlett / The Early Music Company, but from summer 2015 online only at


Boletin Sociedad Laudistica Argentina, from Asociacion Argentina de Laudes y Guitarras Antiguas:
Geluit/Luthinerie, from Belgische Luit Academie, now available online:
Le Joueur de luth, from Société Française de Luth:
Die Laute, Jahrbuch, and Lauten Info (quarterly) from Deutsche Lautengesellschaft:
Il Liuto, from Società Italiana del Liuto:
De tabulatuur, quarterly, from Nederlandse Luitverening:
Nostalgia, from The Lute and Early Guitar Society of Japan:
Hispanica Lyra, from Sociedad de Vihuela:
Gitarr och Luta, from Svenska Gitarr och Luta Sallskapet:
LSA Quarterly, and Journal of the Lute Society of America (annual journal) from Lute Society of America: The journal is now open access at
Lute News (quarterly, with PDF colour supplement The Lutezine) and The Lute (annual, formerly The Lute Society Journal) from The Lute Society: and


Many early music journals can be read online via JSTOR, and if you do not have a subscription, if you register you are still allowed to read six articles per month: British university libraries can be searched at the COPAC website,

Classical Guitar:
Early Music:
Early Music America:
Early Music Today:
Fellowship of Makers and Researchers of Historical Instruments Quarterly (FomrhiQ):
Galpin Society Journal:
Tidig Musik:[create
Music in Art, from Research Center for Music Iconography:
Recercare, from FIMA:
The Consort, from the Dolmetsch Foundation:
The British Banjo Mandolin and Guitar Federation Newsletter:
B.M.G. Magazine:
Journal of 17th Century Music:
Viola da Gamba Society Journal (formerly Chelys):


Indiana University music theses online:
Dissertations on lute available for purchase from UMI:

Individual dissertations: Lute. Vihuela and Guitar dissertations since 1970; list compiled by John Griffiths, with additions

Aleixo, Ricardo Jorge de Sousa. “La guitarra en Madrid (1750-ca. 1808): Fuentes y difusión”. Diss.
Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 2015.

Alonso Yllana, Jesús. “Contribución de la arqueología subacuática al conociminento de la evolución de
la guitarra”. Diss., Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 2013.

Amos, Charles Nelson. “Lute Practice and Lutenists in Germany between 1500 and 1750.” Ph.D. diss,
University of Iowa, 1975.

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

Ballester i Gibert, Jordi. “Iconografía musical en el reino de Aragón (1350-1500): Los instrumentos de
cuerda representados en los retablos. Catálogo iconográfico y estudio organológico.” Diss.
Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, 1995.

Ballman, Christine. “Les Oeuvres de Lassus mises en tablature pour le Luth. Catalogue, transcriptions,
analyse.” PhD diss. Université Libre de Bruxelles, 2002.

Barnes, Timothy Edward. “Alonso Mudarra's tres libros de musica en cifras para vihuela: a survey of
the source with transcriptions and analyses of selected instrumental compositions.” Diss. (M.M.),
University of Maryland at College Park, 1990.

Bauer, Erin E. “The Spanish Diferencia: Stylistic Analysis and Compositional Influence of the
Keyboard Variation from Antonio De Cabezón to Juan Bautista José Cabanilles”. Diss. The
Claremont Graduate University, 2014.

Beasley, Douglas William. “Mus. Ms. 1511b: A Historical Review of a Lute Manuscript in the
Herwarth Collection at the Bavarian Library, Munich.” MMus diss. University of North Texas,

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

Bouza, Fernando. “Dissonance dans la monarchie: Une fiction musicale de la politique baroque autour
du mouvement portugais de 1640.” Recherche sur l’histoire de l’état dans le monde ibérique
(15e-20e siècle). Ed Jean-Frédéric Schaub. Paris: Presses de l’École Normale Supérieure, 1993.

Braun, Gundi. “Die spanischen Vihuela-Lieder im 16. Jahrhundert.” Diss. Universität Heidelberg,

Brettler, Gideon “The Impact of Print Technology on the Early Guitar Repertoire.” Diss. MA, Tel Aviv
University, 2017.

Brownscombe, Peter Gilbert, “A transcription for classical guitar of sixteenth century Spanish vihuela
tablature: selected pieces from Orphenica lyra by Miguel de Fuenllana, Seville, 1554.” Diss. (B.
A.)--Drew University, 1972.

Budasz, Rogério “The Five-Course Guitar (Viola) in Portugal and Brail in the late seventeenth and
early eighteenth centuries”. 2 vols. DIss. University of Southern California, 2001.

Budasz, Rogèrio. “The Five-Course Guitar (Viola) in Portugal and Brazil in the Late Seventeenth and
Early Eighteenth Centuries.” PhD diss. University of Southern California, 2001.

Burris, Timothy Allen. “Lute and theorbo in vocal music in 18th-century Dresden: A performance
practice study.” PhD diss. Duke University, 1997.

Button, Stuart. The guitar in England, 1800-1924. Outstanding dissertations in music from British
universities. New York: Garland Pub, 1989.

Butts, David Leon. “A computer-assisted statistical investigation of selected variables in the solo guitar
studies of Fernando Sor: implications for pedagogy and performance.” PhD diss. Texas Tech
University, 1992.

Cantalupi, Diego, theorbo as continuo instrument:

Carrasco, Wladimir. “Los Himnos en el Repertorio de la Vihuela”, Diss. Máster en Interpretación de
Música Antigua, Escola Superior de la Música de Catalunya, 2012.

Coelho, Victor. “The Manuscript Sources of Seventeenth-century Italian Lute Music: A Catalogue
Raisonné.” Ph.D diss., University of California, Los Angeles, 1989.

Copeland, Jeffrey Nathaniel “Ornamentation In Eighteenth-Century Guitar Music: An Examination Of
Instruction Manuals From 1750-1800”. Diss. DMA, Arizona State University, 2012.

Copeland, Jeffrey. “Ornamentation In Eighteenth-Century Guitar Music: An Examination Of
Instruction Manuals From 1750-1800. Diss. DMA, Arizona State University, 2012.

Corona-Alcalde, Antonio. “The Players and Performance Practice of the Vihuela and its related
Instruments, the Lute and the Guitar, from c. 1450 to c.1650 as revealed by a Study of Literary,
Musical, Theoretical, and Archival Sources.” Diss. King's College, University of London, 1999.

Court, Suzanne. “Giovanni Antonio Terzi and the Lute Intabulations of Late Sixteenth-Century Italy .”
PhD diss. University of Otago, 1988.

Covey, Mark David. “A Historical and Performance Companion to the Art Song of the 16th Century
Spanish Vihuelistas with Texts and Translations”. Diss. (DMA) University of California, Santa
Barbara, 2015.

Cox, Paul. “Classic Guitar Technique and its evolution as Reflected in the Method Books ca. 1770
-1850.” PhD diss, Indiana University, 1978.

Craig-McFeely, Julia. “English Lute Manuscripts and Scribes 1530-1630.” PhD diss. Oxford
University, 1993.

Craig-McFeely, Julia. English Lute Manuscripts and Scribes 1530-1630: An examination of the place
PhD diss. Oxford University, 2000.

Da Col, Paolo. “Cantadori professionisti del canto nei territori della Repubblica de Venezia tra XV e
XVI secolo”. Diss. Docteur de l’université en Musicologie. Univerity of Tours, 2020.

Davies, Sarah. “Resonet in Laudibus: The Geistliche Repertory in Organ and Lute Tablatures of the
Deutsches Sprachgebiet, c.1510-1590”. Diss. New York University, 2010.

Dean, Alexander. “The Five-Course Guitar and Seventeenth-Century Harmony: Alfabetto and Italian
Song.” PhD diss., Eastman University, 2009.

Denhard, Gus, realising Cavalier song

Dickerson, William Robert. “The romance viejos of the Spanish Renaissance instrumental prints.”
Diss. (Ph. D.), University of Iowa, 1972

Dorsey, Sam. “Vihuela Intabulations of Josquin Masses: An Examination of Musical Texture and
Musica Ficta” Diss, The Catholic University of America, 2006.

Dry, François. “Théorie Musicale et Technique Instrumentale d’après les Éscrits et les Oeuvres des
Vihuelistes Espagnols. 1536-1593.” Ph.D. Diss. Centre d'etudes superieures de la Renaissance,
Université François Rabelais, Tours, 1992.

Duarte, Sónia Maria da Silva. “O contributo da iconografia musical na pintura quihentista portuguesa,
luso flamenga, e flamenga em Portugal, para o recohecimento das prácticas musicais da época:
fontes e modelos utilizados nas oficinas de pintura.” 2 vols. Dissertação de Mestrado em Ciências
Musicais, Univeridade Nova de Lisboa, 2011.

Eisel, Gunnar George. Selected Motets of Nicholas Gombert and Adrian Willaert as Reflected in the
Vihuela Intabulations of Miguel Fuenllana, Diego Pisador and Enriquez de Valderrábano. M.A.
Diss. California State Uni.: Fullerton, 1980.

Eisenhardt, Lex. “Dissonance and Battuto, A hidden Practice in the Performance of Seventeenth-
Century Guitar Music.” The Lute: The Journal of the Lute Society 47 (2007): 38-54.

Esses, Maurice. “Dance and Instrumental ‘Diferencias’ in Spain during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth
Centuries.” Ph.D diss., University of Toronto (Canada), 1986.

Eubank, Lee. “Spanish Intabulations in the Sixteenth Century.” Diss. Indiana University, 1974.

Falkenstein, Richard Keith. “The late sixteenth-century repertory of Florentine lute song.” PhD Diss.
The State University of New York at Buffalo, 1997.

Fiorentino, Giuseppe. “Música española del Renacimiento entre tradición oral y transmisión escrita: el
esquema de folía en procesos de composición e improvisación.” PhD dissertation: Universidad de
Granada, Spain, 2008 (830 pages).

Frankova,Jan, on Joseph Kohaut:;so=nx;lang=en;info=1;zpet=%2Fvyhledavani%2F%3Fsearch%3Dfrankov%C3%A1,%20jana%20agenda:th%26start%3D1

García Alvarez de la Villa, Beatriz. “Vida, pensamiento y obra de Guillermo Morphy, el Conde de
Morphy (1836-1899): su contribución a la música española en el siglo XIX”. Diss. PhD,
Universidad de Oviedo, 2019.

Gasser, Luis. “Vincenzo Galilei’s manuscript ‘Libro d’intavolatura di liuto’ (1584): an introductory
study.” DMA diss. Stanford University, 1991.

Gavito, Cory. “The alfabeto song in print, 1610-ca.1665: Neapolitan roots, Roman codification, and ‘il
gusto popolare’”. Diss. University of Texas at Austin, 2006.

George, Jeffrey. “Angelo Michele Bartolotti: A performance edition of 13 suites from the publication
‘Secondo Libro di Chitarra’ of 1655.” D.M.A. diss., Arizona State University, 2005.

Gil Martín, Gracia María. “’Silva de sirenas’ de Enríquez de Valderrábano (Valladolid, 1547):
Contexto de un libro de música en cifra para vihuela y edición de sus arreglos de polifonía
vocal”. Ph D diss. Universidad de Valladolid, 2017.

Gómez Lorente, Pedro Jesús. “Aportaciones de José Tomás (1934-2001) a la evolución del repertorio,
la interpretación y la enseñanza de la guitarra”. Diss. Universidad Alfonso el Sabio, Facultad de
Música y Artes Escénicas, 2017.

Goy, François-Pierre. “Les sources manuscrits de la musique de luth pour les ‘Accords Nouveax’ (vers
1624-vers 1710): catalogue commenté.” Diss. Université de Paris Sorbonne, 1988-1989. Edition
augmentée PDF 2008, éd. par Andreas Schlegel.

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

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

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

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

Hearn, William Bernard. “Performing the music of Alonso Mudarra: an investigation into
performance practice in the music of the vihuelistas.” Diss. (D.M.A.), University of Arizona,

Heck, Thomas F. “The Birth of the Classic Guitar and its Cultivation in Vienna, reflected in the Career
and Compositions of Mauro Giuliani (d. 1829).” PhD diss. Yale University, 1970.

Henshaw, Callum. “Transcending repetition: the performer as co-creator in Manuel Ponce’s Variations
sur “Folia de España et Fugue and other works for classical guitar.” Diss. PhD. Australian
National University, 2021.

Hernández Ramírez, Fabián Edmundo. “La Obra Compositiva de Emilio Pujol (1886-1980): Estudio
Comparativo, Catálogo y Edición Crítica” Diss. Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, 2010.

Hidalgo Ogayar, J. “La miniatura del Renacimiento en la Alta Andalucía: Provincia de Jaén.” 2 vols.
Diss, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 1982.

Higney, John J. “Chromatic Inflections in the Printed Vihuela Intabulations of Vocal Works by
Nicholas Gombert.” MA Diss., The University of Western Ontario, 1996.

Honegger, Marc. “Les messes de Josquin des Pres dans la tablature de Diego Pisador (Salamanque,
1552). Contribution a l'etude des alterations au XVIe siecle.” Diss. U. Paris, 1970. 3vv.

Hottmar, Michal. “Tlačené pamiatky lutnovej hudby na území Slovenska v 16. a na začiatku 17.
storočia. Diss (PhD) Filozofická fakulta Univerzity Komenského, Bratislava, 2010.
English translation: “Printed Lute Music documents on the territory of Slovakia in the 16th and early
17th century. Diss. [PhD thesis], Bratislava: Comenius University, 2010.

Inglefield, Ruth K. “The Bernhard Jobin Lutebooks (1572,1573).” Diss. PhD University o f Cincinnati,

Jensen, Richard d'A. “The Lute Ricercar in Italy, 1507-1517.” PhD diss, UCLA, 1988.
Kaes Long, Megan. “Affect, Genre, and Characteristic Tonality in the English Madrigal”. Diss. Yale
University, 2014

Kaimakis, Jannis. “Intavolierungstechnik in den Lautentabulaturen der Handschrift München,
Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Mus Ms 1627.” Diss. Universität München, 1987.

King, Charles. “Alberto Ginastera's Sonata for Guitar Op. 47: an analysis”. DMA Diss., University of
Arizona, 1992.

Kitsos, Theodoros. “Continuo Practice for the Theorbo as indicated in Seventeenth-Century Italian
Printed and Manuscript Sources.” Diss. University of York, 2005.

Lafargue, Véronique. “‘Par un luth marié aux doulceurs de la voix’: la musique pour voix et
instruments à cordes pincées au XVIème siècle.” PhD. diss. Centre d’Etudes Superiueres de la
Renaissance, Université François Rabelais (Tours), 1999.

Laureys, Ruben. “Modality and consonancias in the fantasias in Luys Milán’s Libro de musica de
vihuela de mano intitulado el maestro”. Diss. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, 2011.

Lawrence, Deborah “In Other Words (and Music): Spanish Deshecha Practice in the Sixteenth Century.
Diss. University of Chicago, 2000.

Ledbetter, David. “Harpsichord and Lute Music in seventeenth-Century France: An Assessment of the
Influence of Lute on Keyboard Repertoire”. Diss. Oxford University, 1984.

Lee, Margaret Kendig, 1942- “Vihuela music of the Spanish Renaissance: a selection and analysis for
the modern guitarist's repertoire.” Diss. (M.A.), University of Georgia, 1977.

Lewon, Marc. “Transformational Practices in Fifteenth-Century German Music.” Diss. D Phil, Oxford
University, 2018

Lopes Monteiro, Maria Isabel. “Instrumentos e instrumentistas de sopro no seculo XVI português”
Diss. Mestrado em Ciencias Musicais, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, 2010.

Madriguera, Enric Felix. The Hispanization of the Guitar: From the guitarra latina to the guitarra
española.” Ph.D. Diss. University of Texas at Dallas, 1993.

Maier, Ralph. “Josquin’s Mass Settings for Vihuela, with a Critical Edition of Diego Pisador’s
Intabulations of Faysant Regretz (1552)”. Diss. University of Calgary, 2012.

Maloney, M. Paul. “The Art of Dancing in 1600: the balletti of Fabrizio Caroso, a project for a film,
with commentary on the text and music of his book, Nobilta di Dame.” 2 vols. M.A. diss.
Monash University, 1986.

Marín Corbí, Fernando. “La vihuela de arco hispana: Las cuerdas de tripa y la reflexión en el cóncavo
como aspectos esenciales en la producción de su sonido” PhD diss. Universidad Autónoma de
Barcelona, 2016.

Maz, Andrew. “The vihuela villancicos and the craft of intabulation.” Diss. (M.A.), UCLA, 1997.

McLean-Giles, Suzanne, 1950- “Lute and vihuela technique versus technique on the modern classical
guitar: their correlations and contrasts.” Diss. (M.M.), University of Northern Colorado, School
of Educational Change and Development, 1982.

Meadors, James. “Italian Lute Fantasias and Ricercars Printed in the Second Half of the Sixteenth
Century.” Ph.D. Diss. Harvard, 1984.

Melvin, Michael. “Tonal harmonic syntax and guitar performance idiom in two mid-seventeenthcentury
Italian guitar books by Angelo Michele Bartolotti (c. 1615-after 1682).” MMus. diss.,
The University of Arizona, 2003.

Metzger, Richard Mahlon “The ‘Willoughby Lute Book’: A critical study and modern edition of a
pivotal Elizabethan manuscript.”

Metzger, . Rutgers The State University of New Jersey - New Brunswick, ProQuest Dissertations
Publishing, 2003. 3105479.

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Minamino, Hiroyuki. “Sixteenth-Century Lute Treatises with the Emphasis on Process and Techniques
of Intabulation.” Diss. University of Chicago, 1988.

Minamino, Hiroyuki. “The Dissemination of Lute Music in Renaissance Society: The Case of Tablature
Sheets”. Lute Society of America Quarterly 49.2-3 (2014): 50-54.

Navarro González , Julián. “La enseñanza de la Guitarra Barroca como instrumento solista: un estudio
para el desarrollo de directrices didàcticas.” Diss. Universitat de Barcelona, 2007.

Neri de Caso, Leopoldo. “Regino Sainz de la Maza (1896-1981) y el renacimiento español de la
guitarra en el siglo XX”. Diss, Universidad de Valladolid, 2013.

Ness, Arthur J. “The Herwarth Lute Manuscripts at the Bavarian State Library, Munich: a
Bibliographical Study with Emphasis on the Works of Marco dall’Aquilla and Melchior
Neusidler.” Diss. New York University, 1984.

Niwa, Seishiro. “Duke Ottavio Farnese's chapel in Parma, 1561-1586.” Diss. International Christian
University of Tokyo, 2003.

Oss-Cech, Maria. “The Music in Garcilaso de la Vega’s Poetry and his Poetry in Music: A Musico-
Poetic Interchange Between Sixteenth-Century Spain and Italy”. Diss. University of Calgary,

Pate, Estella Mame, 1945- “A transcription and style analysis of the fantasias of Esteban Daza's Libro
de musica en cifras para Vihuela intitulado el Parnasso.” Diss. (M. Mus. - Music), University of

Pérez Díaz, Pompeyo. “Dionisio Aguado y su significación como teórico y músico en el ámbito de la
guitarra clásico-romántica.” Diss. Universidad de La Laguna (Tenerife), 2000.

Phillips, Robert. “The Influence of Miguel Llobet on the Pedagogy, Repertoire, and Stature of the
Guitar in the Twentieth Century”. Diss DMA, University of Miami, 2002.

Pierce, Jane. “Hans Gerle: Sixteenth Century Lutenist and Pedagogue.” PhD diss. The University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1973.

Pinxteren, William van. “Musical Style in Selected Fantasias of Joachim van den Hove.” MMus Diss.
U. of Melbourne, 1992.

Plesch, Melanie. “The Guitar in Nineteenth-Century Buenos Aires: Towards a Cultural History of an
Argentine Musical Emblem.” Ph.D, Diss. University of Melbourne, 1998.

Poselli, Franco. “Aporto di Federico Moretti alle scuole chitarristiche italiana e spagnola.” Diss.
Università degli studi di Trieste, Facoltà di lettere e filosofia. Anno accademico 1971-1972.

Prud’homme, Bryan Lamont. “A Source Study and Thematic Catalog of the Robert de Visee Theorbo
Works.” PhD Diss., University of Colorado, 1992.

Purcell, Ronald C. “Esteban Daza, ‘El Parnasso’.” 2 vols., M. A. diss., San Fernando Valley State
College, 1972.

Quinn, Mary Becker. “Nostalgic Identities: Song, Narrative and the ‘Moor’ in Early Modern Spanish
Literature.” Diss. University of California at Berkeley, 2005.

Ramirez, Omar Antonio. “A study of the vihuela: with a focus on the music of Diego Pisador.” Diss.
(M.A.), University of California, San Diego, 1979.

Ramos López, Pilar. “La Capilla de música de la Catedral de Granada en la primera mitad del siglo
XVII: Diego Pontac.” Diss., University of Granada, 1992.

Rave, Wallace J. “Some Manuscripts of French Lute Music 1630-1700: An Introductory Study.” PhD
diss. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1972.

Restrepo, Margarita. “A Genre Transplanted: the Madrigal in Spanish Collections of Printed Music
1536-1614.” PhD diss. Brandeis University, 2009.

Reyes Paz, Ricardo. “Manuel M. Ponce’s Suite in D Major for Solo Guitar Performance Edition and
Analysis”. DMA Diss., Arizona State University, 2013.

Ribera Gibal, María. “Emili Pujol (1886-1980), pedagog i intèrpret de la guitarra en el context de
l'estètica guitarrística de mitjans del segle XIX i primera meitat del segle XX a Catalunya”. Diss.
Universitat de Barcelona, 2017.

Richardson, Jerry. “A transcription of books I and II of Tres Libros De Musica en Cifra para Vihuela
by Alonso De Mudarra for guitar.” Diss. (M.A.)--San Jose State University, 1977.

Riffe, P. Thomas, Jr. “Libro I of Alonso Mudarra’s Tres libros de musica en cifras para vihuela
transcribed for guitar: with an introduction and an English translation of the author’s prefatory
material.” Diss. (M.M.), Ohio University, 1983.

Risler, Alexis. “Luth et luthistes en France au tournant du XVIIe siècle (1571-1623)” M.Mus. diss.
Laval Université, Quebec, 2014.

Roa Alonso, Francisco Javier. “Alonso Mudarra, vihuelista en la casa del Infantado y canónigo en la
Catedral de Sevilla”. 2 vols. Diss., Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 2015.

Roig-Francolí, Miguel A. “Compositional Theory and Practice in mid-sixteenth-century Spanish
intrumental music: the Arte de tañer fantasía by Tomás de Santa María and the music of Antonio
de Cabezón.” Diss. Indiana Univerity, 1990.

Rolfhamre, Robin. “The Popular Lute: An Investigation of the Function and Performance of Music in
France between 1650 and 1700”. Diss. (PhD), University of Agder, 2014.

Romano de Thuesen, Evelia. “Transcripción y Edición del Catálogo Real de Castilla autógrafo inédito
de Gonzalo Fernández de Oviedo y Valdés”. PhD diss. University of California at Santa Parbara,

Romero, Brenda Mae. “The Matachines music and dance in San Juan Pueblo and Alcalde, New
Mexico: Contexts and meanings.” Diss. University of California, Los Angeles, 1993.

Ruiz Jiménez, Juan. “La Colegiata del Salvador en el contexto musical de Granada.” Diss. Universidad
de Granada, 1995.

Russell, Craig H. “Santiago de Murcia: Spanish Theorist and Guitarist of the Early Eighteenth
Century.” Diss. (PhD), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1981.

Russo-Batterham, Daniel. “Codes of Expression in French Lute Song (1608–1643)”. Diss. University
of Melbourne, 2017

Sequera, Hector, Thibault lute manuscript:

Settle, David. “A look at Form and Pitch Content in Toru Takemitsu’s ‘Equinox’”. Diss. BMus (hons),
College of Music, Florida State University, 2008.

Sheptovitsky, Levi. “The Cracow Lute Tablature: Study of the Manuscript and Critical Edition.” PhD
diss. Université Paris-Sorbonne and Bar Ilan University, 2002.

Smith, David John, The instrumental music of Peter Philips:

Smith, Jay. “An Overview and Performance Guide to Manuel Ponce’s Sonata III for Solo Guitar”.
DMA Diss., University of North Texas, 2006.

Soler Navarro, Ana Maria. “El Ducado de Peñaranda. Su origen y desarrollo hasta la desaparición del
linaje de los Zúñiga”. Diss. Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 2009.

Spring, Matthew. “The lute in England and Scotland after the Golden Age, 1620-1750.” DPhil diss.
Oxford University, 1987.

Stearns, Roland Huffman-Blain. “A manual of lute, vihuela, and guitar tablatures: with surveys of
transcription practice, instrumental technique, and beginning pedagogy.” Diss. (M.M.),
University of Idaho, 1978.

Sullivan, Kathryn. “French court-aires, with their ditties Englished: how language influences text
settings in the 17th century French air de cour”. Diss. PhD, Monash University, 2018.

Tayler, David Stanley. “The Solo Lute Music of John Dowland.” PhD diss, University of California,
Berkeley, 1992.

Teller, Steven E. “The vihuela fantasias of Esteban Daza: a transcription into modern notation with
analysis and evaluation.” Diss. (M.M.), University of South Carolina, 1980.

Thomas, Benjamin William. “The Lute-books of Giulio Cesare Barbetta: A Polyphonic Transcription
of the Composer’s Complete Works and an Analysis of the Fourteen Fantasias.” 3 vols. PhD diss.
University of North Texas, 1973.

Tompkins, Daniel C. “Early seventeenth-century harmonic practice: a corpus study of tonality,
modality and harmonic function in italian secular song with baroque guitar accompanimient in
alfabeto tablature”. Ph.D diss. Florida State University, College of Music, 2017.

Torres, George. “Seventeenth-century Pièces de Luth: An Examination of the Manuscript Anthology
Tradition with a Special Emphasis on the Barbe Manuscript” PhD diss. Cornell University, 1998

Treadwell, Nina. “The Chitarra Spagnola and Italian Monody, 1589 to circa 1650”. Diss. (MA),
University of Southern California, 1995.

Underwood, Kent D. “The Renaissance Lute in Solo Song and Chamber Ensemble: A Study of Musical
Sources to ca. 1530.” PhD diss., Stanford, 1987.

Valcárcel Rivera, María del Carmen. “La realización y transmisión musical de la poesía en el
Renacimiento español”. Diss. Madrid: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 1993.

Valdivia Sevilla, Francisco Alfonso. “Guitarra, sistemas de notación y cultura popular. Los sistemas de
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