LSA Quarterly

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2015 – Volume 50, No. 4

  • Q and A with Sylvain Bergeron — Interviewed by Konstantin Bozhinov
  • Cuatro differencias sobre “Ay triste que vengo,” a villancico by Juan Del Encina (1468-1530) — Sylvain Bergeron
  • The Lute As A Living Tradition: Le luth, l’ami des rois (a One-Person Show) — Madeleine Owen
  • Xavier Diaz-Latorre — Interviewed by Konstantin Bozhinov
  • Francesc o’s “Fantasia Dolsicima et Amorosa”(A Most Sweet and Lovely Fantasia) — Ray Nurse
  • Intabulating Madrigals with BeierTab — Paul Beier
  • The New LSA Online Presence: Much More than a Website!— Phillip Rukavina
  • In Memoriam Robert Crim: Donations for the Lute Rental Program — Suzanne Schwartz

2015 – Volume 50, No. 3

  • Cifras Coloradas, To Sing Or Not To Sing: Revisiting the Vocal Vihuela Repertoire — Esteban La Rotta
  • Enriquez de Valderrabano’s Soneto Lombardo a manera di danç — Ray Nurse
  • The Introductions to La Fortuna, Books I and II — trans. Paul Beier
  • Francesco da Milano and the viola da mano — Douglas Hensley
  • What’s the Problem with Dedillo Technique?— Phillip Rukavina
  • Dealing with Dedillo — Robert Barto
  • The LSA Lute Rental Program is Growing — Michael Grant

2015 – Volume 50, No. 1&2

  • How To Make A fortune with the Renaissance Guitar – Gérard Rebours
  • Interview With Thomas Dunford
  • The Duple-Time French Gigue – Douglas Towne
  • A Courante And Its Arrangements – Mathias Rosel
  • What Are They Up To Now…? – Fiona Thistle

2014 – Volume 49, No. 4

  • Pat O’Brien 1947-2014 – Paul O’Dette, Jacob Heringman, Annalisa Ewald, Ronn McFarlane, Leah Baranov, Judith Malafronte with Tony Elitcher, Caroline Usher, Leonard Williams and Stephen Barber & Sandi Harris
  • Celebrating The Life Of Pat O’Brien 1947-2014 – Memorial Service- Jocelyn Nelson
  • Remembering Pat O’Brien – Frank R. Wilson
  • John Renbourn 1944-2015 – Denys Stephens and Stephen Barber & Sandi Harris
  • What Are They Up To Now …? – Lily Whiteman
  • Reviews

2014 – Volume 49, No. 2&3

  • An Approach To Reconstructing The First Lute Intabulations – Paul Kieffer
  • Italian Lute Music In German Sources 1500-1550 – Denys Stephens
  • Reconstruction Of Music From Damaged Pages Of The Castelfranco Veneto Manuscript – John H. Robinson
  • The Dissemination Of Lute Music In Renaissance Society: The Case Of Tablature Sheets – Hiroyukj Minamino
  • What Are They Up To Now … ? – Ryan Closs

2014 – Volume 49, No. 1

  • Eugen Dombois: An Extraordinary Teacher – Donna Curry, Hopkinson Smith, Anthony Bailes, Robert Strizich, Olav Chris Henriksen, Catherine Liddell, Margot Hayler and Ed Durbrow
  • The Cleveland Lute Festival 2014 – Photos By Tina Gutierrez
  • Cancionero Del Palacio 2:0 – Philip Rosoff-Horne
  • Masters Of Polyphony: Polyphonic Duets for Lute and Viola da Gamba – Dick Hoban

2013 – Volume 48, No. 4

  • Early Continuo Styles – Christopher Wilke Ron Andrico & Donna Stewart – In Conversation With Susan Sandman
  • Creating New Repertoire Together-Collaborations – Karlin Greenstreet Love
  • Adagissimo Bwv 992 – Bach / Lino Messine
  • 50 Years Of Lute Playing In New Zealand – Don King, William Bower and The Lute Society Of New Zealand
  • German Tab Made Easy…er – Catherine Liddell
  • About The Cover Picture – Michael Stover

2013 – Volume 48, No. 3

  • Memories of Stephen Gottlieb – Grant Tomlinson
  • Restoring an Original Sixtus Rauwolf Lute – Michael Lowe, Stephen Gottlieb And David Munro
  • Pietro Paolo Borrono and La Borroncina – Sean Smith
  • Andrew Rutherford – Interviewed By Sean Smith
  • The Wire Connection-Hidden Techniques: Octave Ambiguity and Open String Shifts – Andrew Hartig
  • What are They Up to Now … ? – Edward Martin & Ryaan Amhed

2013 – Volume 48, No. 1&2

  • The Humours In The English Lute Song – Grant Herreid
  • Cantori Al Liuto: Singer / Lutenists – Francesca Torelli
  • Making Lute Music Accessible – Sarge Gerbode
  • Another Way Of Making Lute Music Accessible: Printed Facsimiles – Christopher Goodwin
  • 3 Pieces For Theorbo – Ivan Fowler
  • A Few Observations On Adrian Leroy’s Amour Me Scauriez – Charles Wolzien
  • The King Of Spain ”una bassadanza troppo forte” – Crawford Young
  • English Lute Duets: Some Orphans Restored – Ray Nurse
  • Vancouver 2013: Reports on Concerts and Classes
  • Boston Early Music Festival Emerging Artist Showcase – Douglas Freundlich

2012 – Volume 47, No. 4

  • Newly Discovered Stringing For The Four-Course Guitar and Its Implications For Performance – Michael Fink
  • Masters Of Polyphony: Early German Renaissance Keyboard Preludes For The Lute – Dick Hoban
  • What Are They Up To Now … ? – Edward Martin & Kathryn Summersett
  • Reviews