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Publications Index BACK ISSUES OF LUTE NEWS Lute News, the quarterly magazine of the Lute Society was founded in 1986 by Stephen Haynes, with an electronic colour supplement, The Lutezine added by Christopher Goodwin in 2012. The contents of the 118 issues to date run to over 2,000 pages of reading matter and over 2,000 pages of music. Now you can buy back numbers to complete your collection. IMPORTANT NOTE : The early issues are much cheaper than the recent ones not because they are older, but because the contents are much slighter. Lute News began before the desktop publishing revolution, and the earliest issues are typically only 12 pages (3 sheets of A4 folded to A5) with perhaps 4 pages of tablature; it went to A4 format at issue 33, with verbatim transcripts of papers (rather than summaries) from issue 45; this is reflected in pricing.



Lute News No. 119 (October 2016) (32 A4 pages)

Papers:
Cover Picture essay: Banquet Still Life (1644) Adriaen van Utrecht, by David Van Edwards
A little learning is a dangerous thing: our ever changing view of the lute and its music, by Anthony Bailes
A few more recollections of the early days, from Harry Potts and Blanca Bartos Kamp
The Dowlands of Skullbone, Tennessee: some information from Monda Dowland
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Beginner’s Lesson, by Lynda Sayce

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Daniel Bacheler’s pavans, part 1
The complete John Dowland in instalments part 20: Une Jeune Fillette and Aloe , ed. John Robinson
Seven pieces from Phalese Carminum Liber Primus 1549, ed. Denys Stephens
Francesco da Milano instalments, part 47: fantasias 98-99, ed. Martin Shepherd
'Praelude de Mr. Weichenberger' , ed. Wilfred Foxe

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Reports from recent events:
60 years ago.....a report of the very first Lute Society meeting
Photographs from the early years of the Society
More recollections from Anthony Rooley and Bill Bowers
An interview with Nico van der Waals
Lute song at Benslow, 19th-22nd September
Playing day at Hursley, Hampshire 8th October
Members’ lute photographs:
A provincial Tudor fireplace with a lute motif
Collage of photos and concert programme from recent meetings, New books, performing editions and software,
Lutes on the internet,
Picture gallery of covers of CDs reviewed, List of summer schools,
Registers: of teachers, makers, lutes for hire and useful addresses.
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Lute News No. 118 (September 2016) (32 A4 pages)

Papers:
Cover Picture essay: Virgin and Child with Saints (1521) Girolamo Savoldo, by David Van Edwards
17th-century Emilian guitarist, lutenists and theorbists - a musical school? by Francesca Torelli
A tutor book for the theorbo by Francesca Torelli
An original 17th-century lute and its restoration, by John Reeve
In search of Bridewell, where the bandoras come from, by Chris Goodwin
Beginner’s Lesson, by Lynda Sayce

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Preludes of Lorenzino Tracetti
Watkins Ale
The complete John Dowland in installments part 19: John Langton’s Pavan and Galliard

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Reports from recent events:
Sociedad de Vihuela, Tiana. 27th-29th May
Societa del Liuto, Milano, 4th-5th June.
Sussex playing day, 26th June
Gian Luca Lastraiolis lute masterclass and basso continuo, 24th-26th June
Playing day in Hackney, 9th July.
An evening with an American minstrel, Farnham, 11th July
Members’ lute photographs:
A bowed vihuela in Girona and some cherubs with instruments in Sitges, by Laia Paleo
Collage of photos and concert programme from recent meetings, New books, performing editions and software,
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Picture gallery of covers of CDs reviewed, List of summer schools,
Registers: of teachers, makers, lutes for hire and useful addresses.
Additional tablature:
7 pieces from Phalese Carminum (1549), ed. Denys Stephens
Settings of ballads: Row Well Ye Mariners, Bara Fosters Dream and Wilsons Wild .
John Dowland continued
Lorenzino continued
Settings of Bergamasca and Albert de Rippe Part 10
Fantasies no 7 and 8. ed. John Robinson. Lute News
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Lute News No. 117 (April 2016) (60 A4 pages)

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Cover Picture: Portrait of a Woman (c. 1540) Master of the 1540's, by David Van Edwards
On the ‘Double Luth’: Towards a Definition of a New Instrument Type, by Benjamin Narvey
The Milanese lutenists, by Franco Pavan
Lutes and guitars in England 1550–1650, new material from the archive, by Chris Page
The first known stringing table for baroque lute? by Andreas Schlegel
Gaspar Tieffenbrucker, his mark, by David van Edwards
In memoriam Louis Grijp, by Ciska Mertens and Willem Mook
Beginner’s Lesson by Lynda Sayce
Images of lutes and vihuelas from Tarragona Cathedral

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The Complete lute music of Charles Boquet,
The Complete Dowland in instalments 18: P62 ‘Fortune my foe’ and P63 ‘Complaint’ ed. John H. Robinson
Two pieces by Jean Paul Paladin, ed. Denys Stephens
Suite by Comte Bergen for baroque lute, by Wilfred Foxe
Francesco da Milano instalments, part 45: fantasia 97, ‘Le plus Gorgias du monde’, ed. Martin Shepherd

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Collage of photos and concert programme from recent meetings, New books, performing editions and software,
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Picture gallery of covers of CDs reviewed, List of summer schools,
Registers: of teachers, makers, lutes for hire and useful addresses.
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Ballad and dance tune settings: Larouse, Heidegy, Lusty gallant, All flowers of the broom, and others;
Complete lute music of Charles Boquet continued; three Corantos from the Hirsch lute book; settings of Fortune my foe; and Albert de Rippe part 9: Fantasies no 9–11, edited by John H. Robinson;
7722 Passacaglia from the Doni MS, edited by Wilfred Foxe;
Five Shakespeare songs, arranged for solo lute by Mike Ashley, to mark the Shakespeare quatercentenary Lute News
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Lute News No. 116 (December 2015) (32 A4 pages)

Cover Picture, The Lute Player (c. 1596) a new version by Caravaggio, by David Van Edwards
Lute pedagogy in Renaissance England: methods and motivations, by Michael Gale
Teaching and learning the lute in Baroque Austria, by Tim Crawford
Beginner’s Lesson by Lynda Sayce
In search of Caccini’s cappuccino and the Camerata café, by Chris Goodwin
Lute and vihuela side by side in a 15th century Spanish painting, by Chris Goodwin

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Daniel Bacheler’s galliards, settings of eight ballads, ed. John H. Robinson
The Complete Dowland in instalments 17: Galliard on Bacheler’s galliard P28, and galliard P105, ed. John H. Robinson
Jean-Paul Paladin, Fantasia and ‘Un Jour Passé avec Collette’, ed. Denys Stephens
Francesco da Milano instalments, part 44: fantasia 95, ed. Martin Shepherd
Prelude in G major by Denis Gautier, by Wilfred Foxe

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Austrian instructions and exercises for baroque lute (accompanying Tim Crawford’s paper)
Reports from recent events
Members’ lute photographs: dancers in a Spanish costume MS, paintings of Pietro Paolini
Features: A candidate portrait of John Dowland, by Roger Traversac
Collage of photos and concert programme from recent meetings,
Lutes on the internet, CD reviews held over from Lute News,
Picture gallery of covers of CDs reviewed,
List of summer schools,
Registers: of teachers, makers, lutes for hire and useful addresses.
Additional tablature:
‘More versions of Daniel Bacheler and James Harding galliards, and John Dowland P28, the lute music of Thomas Khűne, Lord Zouche’s March, and Albert de Rippe part 8: Fantasie 12, edited by John H Robinson,
Variation and similarity in chaconnes by Charles Mouton (-1710) and Robert de Visée (–1722/3) Lute News
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Lute News No. 115 (October 2015) (32 A4 pages)

Papers:
In search of Dowland’s chuch, by Chris Goodwin
Cover Picture, Woman playing a Lute (1638) by Jean Daret, by David van Edwards
French baroque lute duets in the 17th century, by Jean-Marie Poirier
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Vincenzo Galilei and lute temperaments, a debate led by Žak Ozmo
Klaus Jacobsen and his amazing folding theorboes
Beginner’s Lesson by Lynda Sayce
One more picture of dancing to the lute, and two more ‘almost English’ consorts, by Chris Goodwin

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The Galliards of Lorenzino Tracetti and Vincenzo Pinti,
Daniel Bacheler’s Round,
The Complete Dowland in instalments 16: Captine Candische his Galliard, ed. John H. Robinson;
Four French chanson intabulations, ed. Denys Stephens
Francesco da Milano instalments, part 43: fantasia 93, ed. Martin Shepherd
Contrepartie duet, Gigue by François Dufaut, with second part added by Jean-Marie Poirier
Seven preludes by Denis Gautier, by Wilfred Foxe

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Reports from recent events: Flow my beers; lute music in London pubs, 3rd August and 28th September;
A musical pilgrimage, by Eric Franklin, 16th August;
Meeting of the Sociedad de Vihuela, Aracena, 27-30 August, by Isabelle Villey;
Playing day at the house of Anne Cromwell, 10th October,
Members’ lute photographs, Collage of photos and concert programme from recent meetings,
Lutes on the internet,
Picture gallery of covers of CDs reviewed,
List of summer schools,
Registers: of teachers, makers, lutes for hire and useful addresses.
Additional tablature:
‘Additional versions of Gagliarde by the Knight of the Lute;
Gagliarde by Giovanni Maria Radino;
settings of La Tambarino and the ballads The Blacksmith, When Daphne did from Phoebus fly, All you that love good fellows, Can you not hit it my good man, and the popular tune En me revenant
More Palatino & Albert de Rippe Part 7:
Fantasies No 13-15, Bergamasca by Gianoncelli, in Italian and French tablature, ed. Wilfred Foxe;
Spring and Summer, by Dieter Weber Lute News
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Lute News No. 114 (July 2015) (32 A4 pages)

Papers:
Cover Picture, Musician and his Daughter (1629) by Thomas de Keyser, by David van Edwards
Dowland’s graces, a seminar on ornaments in lute music
Dowland’s Grace Notes, by Christopher Wilson
Mersenne’s ornaments, by Stewart McCoy
A few more thoughts on lute ornaments, by Martin Shepherd
Beginner’s Lesson by Lynda Sayce
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Complete lute music of Julien Perrichon, Corrente by Pedrizano and Lorenzino,
The Complete Dowland in instalments 15: Pavan P16 and Galliard P35, ed. John H. Robinson;
Pavan, galliard and fantasia by Jean Paladain, ed. Denys Stephens
Francesco da Milano instalments, part 42: fantasia 94, ed. Martin Shepherd
Prelude II by George Gershwin, arr. Mike Ashley
De Visée’s Tombeau de M. Mouton, ed. Wilfred Foxe
Fuga, air and gavotte by Handel, arr. Wilfred Foxe

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Features The first known stringing table for baroque lute? by Andreas Schlegel;
Baroque lute scales, a supplement to the Lernui methodolgy by Dr Robin Rolfhamre,
Members’ lute photographs: Angel musicians on a 15th century font in Suffolk
Collage of photos and concert programme from recent meetings,
New books, performing editions and software,
Lutes on the internet, CD Reviews (held over from Lute News) Picture gallery of covers of CDs reviewed, List of summer schools,
Registers: of teachers, makers, lutes for hire and useful addresses.
Additional tablature: More versions of Perrichon 11, 13, 15, 17, 18 and 20, ed John H. Robinson,
Anonymous French dances from the Donaueschingen lute book, ed John H. Robinson,
Ballads: Mall Sims, Light of Love, and Sellenger’s Round, ed John H. Robinson,
Albert de Rippe, part 6: Fantasies nos. 16-17, ed John H. Robinson,
Bach for liuto attiorbato: Prelude, Fuga and Allegro BWV 998, arr. Wilfred Foxe. Lute News
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Lute News No. 113 (April 2015) (52 A4 pages)

Papers:
Cover picture, Anonymous double portrait, by David Van Edwards
A Partita by Filippo Sauli, theorbo and mandolin player at the Hapsburg Court in Vienna, by Davide Rebuffa
The Bodleian baroque lute stringing chart, by Richard Corran
The Bodleian baroque lute stringing chart, by Damian Dlugolecki
The Bodleian baroque lute stringing chart, by Chris Coakley
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The complete Dowland in instalments 14 Smith#146;s Almaine (47), Frog Galliard (23), Dances for Lady Clifton (41,45 & 53), Lord Willoughby’s Welcome Home (66) Coye Toye (80), The Queen’s Galliard (97), Daniel Bachelor’s Fantasie ed. John H. Robinson,
Francesco da Milano Fantasia and Tochata 92, ed. Martin Shepherd
Three pieces from Morlaye's Second Livre 1558 ed. Denys Stephens
Four pieces by Nicolas Bouvier, pub Ballard 1638, ed. Wilfred Foxe
Partita V per G sol re ut by Filippo Sauli, ed. Davide Rebuffa

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Lute-building summer schools in 2014, by David van Edwards
Launch of the Cambridge Digital Library Music Collection, 11th December 2014
Lute day at Leeds University, Saturday 28th February
Meeting of the Société Française de Luth, Paris, 21st–22nd March
Benslow Lutefest, Hitchin, Thursday 26th–Sunday 29th March
In search of the Muses’ inspiration, by Carin Zwilling
Lernui: CAGED transcribed for an efficient, easy three-chord-system for advanced play and improvisation on the baroque-lute, by Dr Robin Rolfhamre
The Bodleian lute stringing chart, by Chris Coakley
Collage of photos and concert programme from recent meetings
Other societies and periodicals
Lutes on the web
Picture gallery of covers of CDs reviewed
Additional tablature: More settings of Frog Galliard, Smith’s Almaine, Lord Willoughby / Rowland, Packingtons Pound and Galliard; Albert de Rippe part 5: Fantasies 18-19, edited by John H. Robinson Lute News
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Lute News No. 112 (December 2014) (32 A4 pages)

Papers:
In search of Piccinini's wine bar
Cover Picture, Mozarabic lutes from the Silos Apocalypes, by Christopher Page
Building Thomas Mace's lute dyphone: Cambridge 1672-Sava 2012, by Antonio Dattis and Davide Rebuffa
Thomas Mace and lute strings, by Mimmo Peruffo

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Lute solos of Victor de Montbuisson, Daniel Bacheler's four corantos; the complete Dowland in instalments, 13, Coranto P100 and music for Mrs Vaux, P32 and P57, ed. John H. Robinson
Francesco da Milano fantasia 91, ed. Martin Shepherd
Three pieces from Morlaye's Premier Livre 1552 ed. Denys Stephens
Three pieces by Handel in A minor, arr. Wilfred Foxe

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Facsimile pages on the dyphone from Thomas Mace, Musick's Monument (1676)
A new history of the lute, by Davide Rebuffa
Oxford MS flyleaves (pp. iii,v): How long's a piece of string? by Richard Corran
The European Lute Orchestra at Bologna, 25-28th October;
Stephen Gottlieb memorial concerts, 8th December;
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The Spanish pavan and pavaniglia, ed. John H. Robinson; Albert de Rippe, part 4: Fantasias 20 and 21, ed. John H. Robinson
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Lute News No. 111 (October 2014) (36 A4 pages)

Papers:
Cover Picture, The Lutenist by Hendrick Martensz Sorgh, by David van Edwards
The lute music and songs of Gabriel Fallamero, by Massimo Marchese
The Thibault manuscript, by Hector Sequera
The Stolen Lute, a short detective story, and two curious codas, by David van Edwards
Obituary: Eugen M. Dombois, by Anthony Bailes

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Gagliarde by Santino Garsi da Parma ed. John H. Robinson; the complete Dowland in instalments 12: P54 'Lady Hunsdon's Puffe', P24 'Galliard on Awake Sweet Love', ed. John H. Robinson;
Francesco da Milano fantasias 89 and 90, ed. Martin Shepherd
Four pieces from PL-Wu 2003 for 13c lute, ed. Wilfred Foxe

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Roots of the Revival, conference at The Horniman Museum, London, March 11th-14th 2014
A new early music concert series in the Italian Alps; A Masterclass in a Florentine Palace, 27-29 June 2014, by Rita Commanducci
Lutes, lyres and Legoland, Konstanz celebrates a 600th anniversary. Members' lute photographs: a viola da mano and some less well-known Italian lutes
Review of Davide Rebuffa's Il Liuto by Enzo Puzzovio; Diapason tuning by Wilfred Foxe
Tributes to Stephen Gottlieb and Eugen Dombois.
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3 pieces from Morlaye's Premier Livre ed. Denys Stephens,
Jacques de Gallot, 'La renommée' and 3 pieces from PL-Wu2003 ed. Wilfred Foxe,
'Kod Bethlehema', Croatian Xmas piece, arr. Matthew Leigh Embleton;
'God defend New Zealand' arr. Matteo Ravasio;
Santino Garsi da Parma (1542-1604). Ascanio and Donino Garsi, Balletto detta la Mezza Pace, & Albert de Rippe part 3, fantasies nos. 22-24, ed. John H. Robinson.
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Lute News No. 110 (July 2014) (60 A4 pages)

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Cover Pictures, a Medici Aesop, and Bosch's Haywain, by David van Edwards
The lute as symbol, by Simon Rees
'Life is like a lute string', Constantijn Huygens and Hofwijk, by Judy Tarling
Orpheus Reviv'd, the remaking of mythology in the 16th century, by Anthony Rooley
Stephen Gottlieb, an obituary by Michael Lowe
Almost a full consort: two more pictures, by Christopher Goodwin

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The lute music of Robert Johnson part 2: Fantasia, pavans, galliards, Coranto, ed. John H. Robinson
The complete Dowland in instalments 11: P83 'Galliard', P106 'Monsieurs Almain', ed. John H. Robinson
Francesco da Milano fantasia 88, ed. Martin Shepherd
Seven dances from Le Roy 1551 and 1568 ed. Denys Stephens
Anonymous suite for baroque lute from CZ-Bu103, -14. transcribed by Wilfred Foxe
Orpheus with his lute, Locke's partsong setting, ed. Chris Goodwin
Three unica from the Herbert of Cherbury lute book, transcribed by Richard Dixon

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Lute Society 2014 AGM minutes
Third annual koboz day 26 April,
Service of Thanksgiving at the Musicians' Church 29 April,
Playing day, Farnham 31 May,
Sussex playing day 29 June,
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More settings of Monsieurs Almain, and of Robert Johnson galliards, and music by Albert
de Rippe, ed. John H. Robinson
Telemann Fantasias 8 and 11, ed. W. Foxe.
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Lute News No. 109 (October 2013) (32 A4 pages)

Papers:
Cover picture, Jim Jarmusch's lute playing vampire
To pluck or not to pluck? Anthony Rooley's farewell tour
A lesson with Charles Mouton, by Christopher Wilson
Even angels have problems with lute strings: lute paintings in the Pinacoteca Nazionale, Bologna, by Chris Goodwin

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Lute music ascribed to Giovanni 'Nanni' da Milano and other Giovannis, ed. John H. Robinson; the complete Dowland in instalments 10: P64 'Go from my window', P69 'Loth to depart', ed. John H. Robinson;
Francesco da Milano fantasia 87b, ed. Martin Shepherd
Pavane and Galliarde 'Il est conclud', from Le Roy 1551 ed. Denys Stephens
Telemann, Fantasie no. 10 TWV 40:23 arr. Wilfred Foxe
Two unica from the Herbert of Cherbury lute book, ed. Richard Dixon

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Early Dance Circle Annual Lecture, of 21 February 2014
Banjo, Mandolin and Guitar biennial rally, Bristol, 14-16 March
French lute society weekend, Paris, 22-23 March
Italian lute society meeting at Bologna, 29-30 March
Annual Lutefest at Benslow, 4-6 April, Features: Mouton’s ‘Avertissement’,
A conversation with Donald Gill, interviewed by Martyn Hodgson
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Other arrangements of ‘Go from my window’ and ‘Loth to depart’; Italian lute solos by more Giovannis and the anonymous Italian dances from the Donaueschingen MS
Fantasies by Albert da Rippe, part 1: The two guitar fantasis with transcriptions for lute ed. John H. Robinson
‘Fa la danza’ and ‘Tu anderia col bocchalon’, two Bergamese songs of the early 16th century

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