Essays in Honor of Douglas Alton Smith, Part II
  • Milan 1536—Stories and Pathways: The Intabolatura de leuto de diversi autori by Giovanni Antonio Castiglione — Franco Pavan
  • "A most eminent man, but highly extraordinary": New Biographical Information on Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger (c.1580–1651) — Anne Marie Dragosits
  • Constructional and Technique-Related Aspects of the Baroque Lute: Contemporary Descriptions, Iconography, and Original Instruments — Ian Watchorn
  • Silvius Leopold Weiss and the Improvised Prelude — Tim Crawford
Essays in Honor of Douglas Alton Smith, Part I
  • Douglas A Smith – Writings — compiled by Kate Benessa and Arthur J. Ness
  • The Trecento Lute — Hiroyuki Minamino
  • Golden Cloth and Black Silk: Music for “Amando e desiando” — Richard K. Falkenstein
  • Teaching for the Amicus: Sketches from the Lute Tablature D-Mbs, Mus. ms. 267 within the Context of the Rhetorical loci communes and compositio — Kateryna Schöning
  • Raucous, Penetrating? The Sound ideal of the Calichon — Pietro Prosser
  • A Musical Instrument is a Process — Klaus Martius
  • Peter Croton, A Method for the Renaissance Lute, with a Supplement for the Archlute. Le Luth Doré, Paris, 2019. — Paul Beier
  • “The Foremost Lutenist in the World”: Pietrobono dal Chitarino and His Repertory – Bonnie J. Blackburn
  • In Memoriam: Douglas Alton Smith, 1944–2018
  • Biographical Introduction- Elanor O’Brien
  • Patrick O’Brien and His Own Former Disability – Patrick O’Brien (Transcribed and edited by Douglas Alton Smith)
  • Excerpt from The Hand – Patrick O’Brien
  • What Factors Determine Success or Failure in Treating Musician Hand Injury? – Katharyn R. Benessa
  • Do You Need a Physical Therapist? – Alice Artzt
  • Therapy for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Jason Priset
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Retraining with Patrick O’Brien – Greg Chako
  • Teaching the Student, Not the Diagnosis: Principles of Pat O’Brien’s Technique and Pedagogy – Daniel Rindler
  • Recovering from a Performance-related Left-hand Injury – Douglas James
  • Therapy for a Flamenco Guitarist – Antonio Madigan
  • Conversation between Patrick O’Brien and Antonio Madigan, c. 1991 – Transcribed by Douglas Alton Smith and Michael Miranda
  • “Painless” Hand Problems of String-Pluckers – Brian Hays
  • A Candle in the Dark – Brian Hays
  • Recovery from Focal Dystonia – Katharyn R. Benessa
  • Focal Dystonia Therapy with Patrick O’Brien – Jack Silver
  • Monologue on the Left Hand – Patrick O’Brien
  • The Left Arm – Patrick O’Brien
  • How to Practice: A Lecture – Patrick O’Brien
  • Patrick O’Brien Coaches a Student on Practicing – Patrick O’Brien
  • Staccato Practicing – Patrick O’Brien
  • How to Learn Your First Pieces – Patrick O’Brien
  • Improvisation: Practical Beginnings – Patrick O’Brien
  • Pat O’Brien and the New York Continuo Collective – Tony Elitcher and Grant Herreid
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JLSA 53 (2020)

Essays in Honor of Douglas Alton Smith, Part II
  • Milan 1536—Stories and Pathways: The Intabolatura de leuto de diversi autori by Giovanni Antonio Castiglione — Franco Pavan
  • "A most eminent man, but highly extraordinary": New Biographical Information on Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger (c.1580–1651) — Anne Marie Dragosits
  • Constructional and Technique-Related Aspects of the Baroque Lute: Contemporary Descriptions, Iconography, and Original Instruments — Ian Watchorn
  • Silvius Leopold Weiss and the Improvised Prelude — Tim Crawford

JLSA 52 (2019)

Essays in Honor of Douglas Alton Smith, Part I
  • Douglas A Smith – Writings — compiled by Kate Benessa and Arthur J. Ness
  • The Trecento Lute — Hiroyuki Minamino
  • Golden Cloth and Black Silk: Music for “Amando e desiando” — Richard K. Falkenstein
  • Teaching for the Amicus: Sketches from the Lute Tablature D-Mbs, Mus. ms. 267 within the Context of the Rhetorical loci communes and compositio — Kateryna Schöning
  • Raucous, Penetrating? The Sound ideal of the Calichon — Pietro Prosser
  • A Musical Instrument is a Process — Klaus Martius
  • Peter Croton, A Method for the Renaissance Lute, with a Supplement for the Archlute. Le Luth Doré, Paris, 2019. — Paul Beier

JLSA 49 (2016) & 50 (2017)

  • In Memoriam: Douglas Alton Smith, 1944–2018
  • Biographical Introduction- Elanor O’Brien
  • Patrick O’Brien and His Own Former Disability – Patrick O’Brien (Transcribed and edited by Douglas Alton Smith)
  • Excerpt from The Hand – Patrick O’Brien
  • What Factors Determine Success or Failure in Treating Musician Hand Injury? – Katharyn R. Benessa
  • Do You Need a Physical Therapist? – Alice Artzt
  • Therapy for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Jason Priset
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Retraining with Patrick O’Brien – Greg Chako
  • Teaching the Student, Not the Diagnosis: Principles of Pat O’Brien’s Technique and Pedagogy – Daniel Rindler
  • Recovering from a Performance-related Left-hand Injury – Douglas James
  • Therapy for a Flamenco Guitarist – Antonio Madigan
  • Conversation between Patrick O’Brien and Antonio Madigan, c. 1991 – Transcribed by Douglas Alton Smith and Michael Miranda
  • “Painless” Hand Problems of String-Pluckers – Brian Hays
  • A Candle in the Dark – Brian Hays
  • Recovery from Focal Dystonia – Katharyn R. Benessa
  • Focal Dystonia Therapy with Patrick O’Brien – Jack Silver

JLSA 48 (2015)

  • Monologue on the Left Hand – Patrick O’Brien
  • The Left Arm – Patrick O’Brien
  • How to Practice: A Lecture – Patrick O’Brien
  • Patrick O’Brien Coaches a Student on Practicing – Patrick O’Brien
  • Staccato Practicing – Patrick O’Brien
  • How to Learn Your First Pieces – Patrick O’Brien
  • Improvisation: Practical Beginnings – Patrick O’Brien
  • Pat O’Brien and the New York Continuo Collective – Tony Elitcher and Grant Herreid

JLSA 47 (2014)

  • On the Genesis of this Memorial Issue for Patrick O’Brien – Douglas Alton Smith
  • Lessons with Pat O’Brien – Transcribed and Edited by Douglas Alton Smith
  • Glossary

JLSA 46 (2013)

  • The Earliest Source for the Lute: The Wolfenbüttel Lute Tablature – Marc Lewon
  • Briefly Noted – Wandering Tablatures I — Ward: Cittern Manuscripts – Arthur Ness
  • Reviews

JLSA 45 (2012)

  • An Unknown Lute Piece in a Keyboard Manuscript with Works by Wilhelm Friedemann Bach – Stephen Olbertz
  • A Souvenir from the Veneto: Vincenzo Galilei’s First Book of Lute Tablature (1563) – Richard K. Falkenstein

JLSA 44 (2011)

  • Perino Fiorentino and the Dentices: A Political Fantasia and the Siena Lute Book – Richard K. Falkenstein
  • Spinacino’s Twelve-Tone Experiment – John Griffiths
  • Hans Newsidler in Nurenburg – Joachim Ludtke
  • Luis de Narvaez: Some Fresh Perspectives on His Life and Music – Michael Fink

JLSA 42 (2009) & 43 (2010)

  • — In celebration of Arthur J. Ness’ 75th Birthday, Part II —
  • “Three Versions of Pierre Gaultier’s Bataille (1626, 1638, 1650)” p1 – François-Pierre Goy
  • “On Lute Sources and Their Music — Individuality of Prints and Variability of Music” p91 – Andreas Schlegel
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