• Lute Duets in Elizabethan England: Thoughts and Perspectives—Jean-Marie Poirier
  • Passemezo Antincos from Emanuel Adriaensen, Pratum Musicum 1584—Sean Smith
  • Hiding in Plain Sight: A Forgotten Piece in the “Cosens Lute Book”—Casey Fitzpatrick
  • Down a “Thistlethwaite” Rabbit Hole—Sean Smith
  • A Note About the “Dolmetsch Manuscript”—David McClay

Supplement to LSAQ 2022 – Volume 57, No. 4

  • Now Made Easy Pieces from the “de Bellis Manuscript” Edited & Arranged by Charles Iner
  • “L’Alouette” by Clement Janequin—Score, Sean Smith
  • Lute Duets in Elizabethan England: Thoughts and Perspectives — Jean-Marie Poirier
    “Harte opreste” and “Malt’s come down”
  • Pieces from Emanuel Adriaensen Pratum Musicum 1584 — Sean Smith
  • Pieces from the “Balcarres Manuscript,” (Part 4) — Nancy Carlin
    For Lutes in d Minor Tuning & Transcribed for 10-Course Lute
  • Miss Margaret Board of Lindfield, West Sussex: New Information About her Life, her Family, and her Lute Book—Sara Salloum
  • Doug Wooton 1944–2022—Lucie Skeaping
  • Markus Lutz 1963–2023—Peter Steur
  • Une délicatesse merveilleuse: Valentin Strobel, Forgotten Master of the Lute Part 2: Compositions and Interpretation—Tobias Tietze
  • Exploring “Panmure 5”—Neal Z. Shipe
  • Pierre Phalèse’s Anticos for Lute 1571–1574, Part 2—Sean Smith
  • The Humble Lute Case: Time for a Rethink?—Lynda Sayce

Supplement to LSAQ 2022 – Volume 57, No. 3

  • Now Made Easy Pieces For Baroque Lute Edited by Edward Martin
    • Simplified Arrangements
    • Original Sources
  • Pieces from the “Board Manuscript” — Sean Smith
  • Pieces from “Panmure 5” — Neal Z. Shipe
  • Pierre Phalese’s Anticos for Lute 1571-1574, Vol. 2 — Sean Smith
  • Une délicatesse mervellieuse: Valentin Strobel, Forgotten Master of the Lute
        Suite in a Minor — Tobias Tietze
  • Pieces from the “Balcarres Manuscript,” (Part 3) — Nancy Carlin
    • d Minor Tuning 
    • Transcribed for 10-Course Lute
  • Interview with Jiří Tichota on the Occasion of the Publication of Codex Jacobides — Jan Čižmář
  • Une délicatesse merveillieuse: Valentin Strobel, Forgotten Master of the Lute Part I: Extended Family and An Overview of the Darmstadt Court — Tobias Tietze
  • Francesco Tribioli: The Man Behind Fronimo Software — Sean Smith
  • Lute Players of the Past: What Instruments Did They Have? Part 3 — Joël Dugot
  • The Editions of Pierre Phalèse and Sons and the Passemezo Antico for Lute, 1563–1592 — Sean Smith
  • An Introducton to Early Music Improvisation — Tina Chancey
  • A Padoana Francese for Guitar or Lute — Sean Smith
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2022 – Volume 57, No. 4

  • Lute Duets in Elizabethan England: Thoughts and Perspectives—Jean-Marie Poirier
  • Passemezo Antincos from Emanuel Adriaensen, Pratum Musicum 1584—Sean Smith
  • Hiding in Plain Sight: A Forgotten Piece in the “Cosens Lute Book”—Casey Fitzpatrick
  • Down a “Thistlethwaite” Rabbit Hole—Sean Smith
  • A Note About the “Dolmetsch Manuscript”—David McClay

2022 – Digital Supplement No. 19

Supplement to LSAQ 2022 – Volume 57, No. 4

  • Now Made Easy Pieces from the “de Bellis Manuscript” Edited & Arranged by Charles Iner
  • “L’Alouette” by Clement Janequin—Score, Sean Smith
  • Lute Duets in Elizabethan England: Thoughts and Perspectives — Jean-Marie Poirier
    “Harte opreste” and “Malt’s come down”
  • Pieces from Emanuel Adriaensen Pratum Musicum 1584 — Sean Smith
  • Pieces from the “Balcarres Manuscript,” (Part 4) — Nancy Carlin
    For Lutes in d Minor Tuning & Transcribed for 10-Course Lute

2022 – Volume 57, No. 3

  • Miss Margaret Board of Lindfield, West Sussex: New Information About her Life, her Family, and her Lute Book—Sara Salloum
  • Doug Wooton 1944–2022—Lucie Skeaping
  • Markus Lutz 1963–2023—Peter Steur
  • Une délicatesse merveilleuse: Valentin Strobel, Forgotten Master of the Lute Part 2: Compositions and Interpretation—Tobias Tietze
  • Exploring “Panmure 5”—Neal Z. Shipe
  • Pierre Phalèse’s Anticos for Lute 1571–1574, Part 2—Sean Smith
  • The Humble Lute Case: Time for a Rethink?—Lynda Sayce

2022 – Digital Supplement No. 18

Supplement to LSAQ 2022 – Volume 57, No. 3

  • Now Made Easy Pieces For Baroque Lute Edited by Edward Martin
    • Simplified Arrangements
    • Original Sources
  • Pieces from the “Board Manuscript” — Sean Smith
  • Pieces from “Panmure 5” — Neal Z. Shipe
  • Pierre Phalese’s Anticos for Lute 1571-1574, Vol. 2 — Sean Smith
  • Une délicatesse mervellieuse: Valentin Strobel, Forgotten Master of the Lute
        Suite in a Minor — Tobias Tietze
  • Pieces from the “Balcarres Manuscript,” (Part 3) — Nancy Carlin
    • d Minor Tuning 
    • Transcribed for 10-Course Lute

2022 – Volume 57, Nos. 1 & 2

  • Interview with Jiří Tichota on the Occasion of the Publication of Codex Jacobides — Jan Čižmář
  • Une délicatesse merveillieuse: Valentin Strobel, Forgotten Master of the Lute Part I: Extended Family and An Overview of the Darmstadt Court — Tobias Tietze
  • Francesco Tribioli: The Man Behind Fronimo Software — Sean Smith
  • Lute Players of the Past: What Instruments Did They Have? Part 3 — Joël Dugot
  • The Editions of Pierre Phalèse and Sons and the Passemezo Antico for Lute, 1563–1592 — Sean Smith
  • An Introducton to Early Music Improvisation — Tina Chancey
  • A Padoana Francese for Guitar or Lute — Sean Smith

2022 – Digital Supplement No. 17

Supplement to LSAQ 2022 – Volume 57, Nos. 1 & 2

  • Lute Players of the Past: What Instruments Did They Have? Part 3, More Pictures — Joël Dugot
  • Jiří Tichota: Biography and Publications
  • Prelude for Theorbo, Robert deVisée
  • Now Made Easy — Arranged by Gail Gillispie
  • A Padoana Francese for Guitar or Lute — Sean Smith
  • The Editions of Pierre Phalèse and Sons and the Passemezo Antico for Lute, 1563–1592 — Sean Smith

2021 – Volume 56, No. 4

  • Sultzbach’s 1536 Edition of Works by Francesco da Milano: A Case for Re-Ordering Francesco’s Catalog — Anna F. Porcaro
  • The Lute Music Published by Pierre Phalèse, 1545–c.1575: A New Comprehensive Edition — Jan Burgers
  • Lute Players of the Past: What Instruments Did They Have? Part 2 — Joël Dugot
  • Two Marais Pieces Arranged for Theorbo — Catherine Liddell
  • “Dolmetsch Manuscript” GB-Had Ms.II.B1 — Nancy Carlin
  • Three Lute Songs — George Moss

2021 – Digital Supplement No. 16

Supplement to LSAQ 2021 – Volume 56, No. 4

  • Symposium: John Dowland’s Activities on the Continent—Jeremy A. Bass
  • Statement of Financial Position & Activity—Year End March 31, 2022
  • Now Made Easy: Pieces from the “Stobaeus Manuscript” Sloane 1021
  • Source Material for Now Made Easy Pieces from the “Stobaeus Manuscript” Sloane 1021
  • Two Marais Pieces Arranged for Theorbo—Catherine Liddell
  • Three Lute Songs—George Moss
  • Pieces from the “Dolmetsch Manuscript,” GB-Had Ms.II.B1—Nancy Carlin

2021 – Volume 56, Nos. 2 & 3

  • Bor Zuljan — Interviewed by Sean Smith
  • Genua F.VII.1 as a Source for the “Donaueschingen Lute Book” — Andre Nieuwlaat
  • Lute Players of the Past: What Instruments Did They Have? Part 1 — Joël Dugot
  • The Ukrainian National Anthem “Shche Ne Vmerta” for Renaissance & Baroque Lutes — Jacobus Olevsiensis, Arranged by Roman Turovsky
  • The Evolution of a Virtual LSA Chapter — Scott Saari and John Orluk-Lacombe
  • Music from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book Arranged for Lute — Nancy Carlin
  • A Collection of Lute-Songs Taken from Pratum Musicum, 1584 by Emmanuel Adriaensen — Sean Smith
  • “Four-Sided Stage” — Lukas Henning

2021 – Digital Supplement No. 15

Supplement to LSAQ 2021 – Volume 56, Nos. 2 & 3

  • Now Made Easy: Laudon Schuett
  • Lute Players of the Past: What Instruments Did They Have? Part 1: Additional Pictures—Joël Dugot
  • Music from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book Arranged for Lute—Nancy Carlin
  • A Collection of Lute Songs Taken from Pratum Musicum (1584), by Emmanuel Adriaensen
  • A Collection of Lute Solos from Pratum Musicum (1584) by Emmanuel Adriaenssen—Sean Smith
  • Genua Ms. F.VII.1, as a Source for the “Donauschingen Lute Book”—Andre Nieuwlaat
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