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2019 – Volume 54, No. 1

  • The Rasgueado Technique, Part 3: Trio — Pablo Zapico
  • Les Accords Nouveaux — A Four-Part CD Series — Rainer Luckhardt Interviews Lutenist Sigrun Richter — translated by Mathias Roësel
  • Pegasus Early Music: Thoughts from Fifteen Years — Deborah Fox
  • A Book of Lute Songs from 1553 — Sean Smith
  • The First International Conference on Lute Study in Higher Education — Rosemary Hodgson

2018 – Volume 53, No. 4

  • The Rasgueado Technique, Part 2: Tresillo — Pablo Zapico
  • “Arthur’s Dump” from Lute to Nuts — Peter Hallifax
  • Early and Idyllic — Neil Stylinski
  • Marketing: A Player and Agent Talk Strategy — Nancy Carlin & Ronn McFarlane

2018 – Volume 53, No. 2&3

  • The Rasgueado Technique, Part I — Pablo Zapico
  • Alternative Audiences: School Kids, Seniors & Prisoners — Madeleine Owen
  • A Minstrel and a Giraffe Walk into a Bar . . . — Ryan Closs
  • Jean-Paul Paladin — Douglas Alton Smith
  • A Short Talk with Visiting Artist Bor Zuljan — Sean Smith
  • René Mésangeau and His Tombeaux . . . for One or Two Lutes — Jean-Marie Poirier
  • Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? — Elizabeth Kenny

2018 – Volume 53, No. 1

  • Douglas Alton Smith (1944-2018) — Peter Danner, Albert Reyerman, Timothy Swain, Michael Miranda, Allen Krantz, and Kate Benessa
  • Publications: Douglas Alton Smith — Arthur Ness and Kate Benessa
  • New Members on the LSA Team — John Griffith, Joe Harris, and Fiona Thistle
  • Arcana of Right-Hand Fingering in the Early 16th Century — Paul Beier
  • Introducing Lutes to the Next Generation — Braedon Hofmann
  • New Rental Lutes Donated by Jean Toombs

2017 – Volume 52, Number 4

  • The Angélique – Matthias Rösel
  • Building an Angélique: Wolfgang Emmerich – Interviewed by Mathias Rösel
  • Three Easy Spanish Pieces – Donna Curry
  • Revisiting Antiquity: A Frontispiece to Ernst Gottlieb Baron’s Book – Bernhard Fischer
  • A Practical Guide (More Or Less) To Setting Up Weekend Workshops For Lute Players – Michael Stover
  • Earl of Essex Galliard by John Dowland, arranged by Douglas Freundlich
  • The Lute Forum — Comments from Lute Teachers – Sylvain Bergeron, Christopher Wilke & Douglas Hensley
  • Reviews

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