LSA Quarterly

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2011 – Volume 46, No. 4

  • Masters Of Polyphony: Secrets of The Bassadanza Tenor La Spagna – Dick Hoban
  • Eduardo Eguez Interview – Susan King
  • More Songs From the Cancionero del Palacio – Philip Rosoff-Horn
  • Articulus, Looking At Nicolas Vallet’s Left Hand Fingerings for Clues on Articulation in His Music – Loudon Charles Schuett
  • From Keyboard To Baroque Lute: One Player’s Approach To Transcription – Timothy Burris
  • German Tab Made Easy…er, Part 3 – Catherine Liddell

2011 – Volume 46, No. 3

  • Interview With Norbert Rodenkirchen – Douglas Hensley
  • Interview with Sylvain Bergeron – Douglas Hensley
  • Meeting Of The International Lute Societies And VII Meeting Of The Sociedad De Vihuela- Edward Martin & Hector Sequera
  • Two Theorbo Works Arranged For Archlute – Konstantin Bozhinov
  • Playing A Kapsberger Toccata – Francesca Torelli
  • Music By Piccinini, De Visee – Frank Wallace & Douglas Hensley
  • German Tab Made Easy … Er, Part 2 – Catherine Liddell
  • The Wire Connection, Part 4 – Andrew Hartig

2011 – Volume 46, No. 2

  • Michelagnolo Galilei And Esias Reusner – Paul Beier
  • Michelagnolo Galilei Music – Sarge Gerbode
  • An Interview With Donna Curry – Andrew Hartig
  • Five Pieces From Besard’s Novus Partus (Augsburg, 1617) – Ron Andrico
  • Reusner Sonata In Bb Major – Daniel Shoskes

2011 – Volume 46, No. 1

  • To James Tyler – Jocelyn Nelson, Nina Treadwell, Catherine Liddell, Rocky Mjos, Arto Wikla, Jakob Lindberg, Anthony Rooley, Michael Fink
  • Sanseverino’s Alphabeto Songbook – Monica Hall
  • The Recent Survey Of LSA Members
  • Teaching Lute To Children: An Interview With Anne Bailes – Susan Kino
  • The Wire Connection, Part 4 – Andrew Hartig

2010 – Volume 45, No. 4

  • Masters of Polyphony – Heinrich Isaac: Influences on the Early Lute – Dick Hoban
  • Two Works from Spinacino’s Intabulatura of 1507 – Douglas Hensley
  • David Loeb – A Contemporary Composer for the Lute – Douglas Hensley
  • A Treasure Trove of New Microfilms for the LSA – Douglas Freundlich
  • Another Connection Between Lute & English Guitar – Wolfgang Meyer

2010 – Volume 45, No. 3

  • Fuenllana’s Crucifixus A Tres: The Mystery Unraveled – Michael Fink
  • In Praise Of The Facsimile – Sean Smith
  • Creating Duets For Renaissance Guitar And Diatonic Cittem – Andrew Hartig
  • Two Passacalles By Gaspar Sanz – Michael Fink
  • More Sources For Renaissance Guitar Music – Sean Smith
  • El Cancionero Del Palacio – Philip Rosoff-Horne

2010 – Volume 45, No. 2

  • A Conversation With Nigel North – Susan King
  • Three Fantasias by Dentice from The Siena Lute Book – Jacob Heringman
  • Two Dowland Favorites Revisted – Jim Stimson
  • Two Arrangements of”Un Gai Berger” – Jim Stimson
  • The Wire Connection – Andrew Hartig
  • Cleveland 2010 -The Lute Seminar – Dennis Poland, Dick Brook, Jim Stimson, Danny Shoskes, Kenneth Be, Caroline Usher, Steve Ramey, Bill Thatcher, David Schoengold & Suzanne Schwartz
  • The European Lute Festival, May 21-24, 2010, Fussen Germany- Christopher Wilke

2010 – Volume 45, No. 1

  • An Interview with Peter Forrester – Andrew Hartig
  • “Do What Thou Wilt:” An Interview with Pantagruel’s Mark Wheeler -Andrew Hartig
  • “Fitting the Shoemaker:” Arranging a 17th-Century Tune – Mark Wheeler
  • Exploring Bandora Solos from a Lute Player’s Perspective – Nancy Carlin
  • Lautenzisters, Moravians, and the Moravian Choralbuch – Andy Rutherford
  • The Storm Manuscript: A Rare Glimpse into a Forgotten Chapter of Cittern History – Frank Nordberg
  • Lute Connections with the English Guittar – Doc Rossi

2009 – Volume 44, No. 4

  • Quando io penso a/ martire – Comparing Sixteenth Century Intabulations – David Van Ooijen
  • M-TAB: A New-Old Tablature Format for Vihuela Music – Michael Fink
  • Interview with Claire Antonini – Susan King
  • What the Heck’s Going on Here?!? A New Look at Two Works by Francesco – Douglas Hensley
  • Lute Preambulums from Early Renaissance Germany – Dick Hoban

2009 – Volume 44, No. 3

  • Lutenists on Parnassus: Reputation of Renaissance Lutenists – Hiroyuki Minamino
  • A Description of MS II.C.23 (the Medici Lute Manuscript) in the Dolmetsch Library and a Summary of Modem Studies – John H. Robinson
  • Music by Antonio Rotta in Manuscript Sources – Denys Stephens

Errata

The author of the review of Gratie d’Amore is listed incorrectly. The review was written by Andrew Hartig.

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