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2019 – Volume 54, No. 2&3

  • The Rasgueado Technique, Part 4: Trio (Section 2) — Pablo Zapico
  • Mark Cudek: Musician, Teacher, and Administrator — Interviewed by Sean Smith
  • A Lute Music Database — Peter Steur and Markus Lutz
  • On the Identity of Jane Pickering — André Nieuwlaat
  • Sylvain Bergeron: Continuo and Celtic Lutenist — Interview by Sean Smith
  • An Introduction to the Trios in the Castelfranco Manuscript — Sean Smith
  • Social Distancing with Music . . . Boccacio’s Decameron (Golito, 1542) — Wolfgang Wiehe
  • Lutes and Bandoras as Continuo Instruments in Weimar during the Eighteenth Century — Christian Ahrens
  • Paston Songs—Underexplored and Underplayed Repertoire — Charles Weaver
  • A Digital Transcription of the Castelfranco Manuscript — Gian-Luca Ferme
  • Silvius Leopold Weiss and the Dresden Manuscript — Tim Crawford

2019 – Digital Supplement No. 10

Supplement to LSAQ 2019 – Volume 54, Nos. 2 & 3

  • Lute Trios from the Castelfranco Manuscript—Sean Smith
    • La Moderno
    • La Milanese
    • La Gamba
    • Tuti Parti
    • Gentil madona
    • La Roca el fuso
    • La Verlata
    • La Borroncina
    • L’ongaro
    • Dhe fatte—Ghinolfo Dattari
    • Chi fai dona—Ghinolfo Dattari
    • Miscellaneous Solo Pieces
  • Gloria from Missa Gloria Tibi Trinitas by John Taverner, GB-Lbl Add. 29246—Charles Weaver
  • Weiss: The Dresden Manuscript (Part 1)—Douglas Towne

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

2019 – Digital Supplement No. 9

Supplement to LSAQ 2019 – Volume 54, No. 1

  • Amherst—July, 2019
    • Reports from Dimitry Medvedev, George Moss, and Rueben de Semprun—Photos by Kenneth Bé
  • Weiss: The London Manuscript (Part 6)—Douglas Towne
  • The Complete Lute Songs from Hortus Musarum, 1553, Collected by Pierre Phalèse Phalese, 1584—Sean Smith
  • Notes on Pierre Phalese’s Setting of Josquin’s “Benedicta es” for Voice and Lute—Sean Smith

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 – Digital Supplement No. 7

Supplement to LSAQ 2018 – Volume 53, No. 2 & 3

  • Music to Accompany “A Minstrel and a Giraffe Walk into a Bar . . .”—Ryan Closs
  • Music to Accompany René Mésangeau and his Tombeaux . . . for or Two Lutes—Jean-Marie Poirier
  • Music to Accompany Alternative Audiences: School Kids, Seniors & Prisoners—Madeleine Owen
  • Weiss: The London Manuscript (Part 4)—Douglas Towne
  • Music to accompany Jean-Paul Paladin by Douglas Alton Smith
    • Paladin’s, Livre de Tablature. . . Lyon, 1560—Sean Smith
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