and Contributors Honor Roll
would like to acknowledge the following people who have made valuable
corrections and other contributions to this website:
, for pointing out that
“O Mistress Mine” is not originally by Byrd or Morley, but anonymous
and arranged by each of them.
, for corrections to Francisque's
Branle Gay 1.
for correcting several
errors in Dowland's
Fantasy 73, one in Holborne's
, and several more in one
of Robert Johnson's Pavanes in the John Sturt Lute book. Also
a correction to Francesco
da Milano #81.
, for noticing that I
put Händel Trio Sonata in F under “Bach” as well as
Händel. Also for some needed corrections to Piccinini
1639 #30 Passacaglia, and for correcting a mis-filing of Vallet Secret
of the Muses under Rippe.
Lord Chamberlain's Galliard, to the
simple version of Willoughby, to one of
Bianchini's saltarelli, and to a Morlaye gaillard.
, for contributing Spinacino
Ricercar 16 from Intabulatura de leuto, v. 1.
, for correcting a wrong link to Mudarra's "Claros
y frescos rios"
(two PDF files).
for pointing out some missing pieces from my edition of the John
Sturt Lute Book.
for identifying "O
du fröliche" variations as such. Also for excellent work in
intabulating several volumes of lute books by Hans Newsidler.
for a correction to a
pavane by Lushier from CUL Dd.9.33.c. Also for a correction
to a Josquin piece from the Herwarth
, for correcting a mis-naming of Beck's "Nathaniel
Gordon" as Tarphicken. Also for correcting an error in a Gaultier
courante from the ML
(John Sturt) lute book.
, for corrections to the date in my edition of
Judenkoenig's 1523 publication,for corrections to some Robert
Johnson files, and for corrections to my Herbert
of Cherbury edition,
#s 30 and 92.
for contributing intabulations of keyboard pieces from the Lochamer
for corrections to Zamboni
for many contributions to this site, including the Capirola
and many pieces from Fronimo
Dialogo, as well as edited
midi files from Fronimo.
for turning me on to the poetry
of Clément Marot, whose poetry appears in several of the
songs in the Attaingnant
collection. This allowed me to add some otherwise missing
stanzas and to give Marot proper credit in my editions.
, for his
correction on Hewet’s
“Varietie of Lute Lessons” and for a correction to Bacheler Pavane 2.
for pointing out that Ortiz'
Recercada 3 was mislabeled as Recercada 2, being a duplicate of
for translating Milan’s
notes to pieces in El Maestro and for a corrections to Robert Ballard's
de Village #4 and La
Rossignol lute duet.
, for contributing a diagram
of scordatura tuning in Dalza.
, who kindly
sent me portions of his 1997 PhD dissertation on the Cavalcanti
This dissertation contained invaluable information on
names and the location of vocal models.
also helped me unlock an old mystery concerning the 1511 Bossinensis
adaratu al monte", which I had stewed over for years.
corrections to Narvaez's
version of Milles Regretz
in Los Seys Libro del Delphin (1538), to Besard's song, "Quelle
s'imprime" from Thesaurus Harmonicus, v.4, to Bonny
from Cambridge University Library Dd.2.11(B), and to Drewries
Accords from the Pickering Lute Book. Also, for
several corrections to Milano fantasies and to Holborne's
"Fairy Round Galliard", as well as for correcting an error in Da
Ricercar from his Intabolature
for contributing the Duke
of Somerset's reverie and also Dowland's
Adew, for viol and lute.
for correcting a broken link to Marincola's translation of the text at
the beginning of Capirola's
for a correction to a Dalza piva.
for help on
Fuenllana notations and for translating some key passages in Orphenica
Lyra, as well as providing helpful
information about Vincenzo Galilei's 1984 autograph MS,
"Libro d'intavolatura di liuto".
for correcting an error in Dowland's version of "In
darkness let me dwell". The error was actually in
the original bass line.
for correcting an error in Thomas Campion's "When
thou must home".
for correcting errors in Dowland's "Farewell,
for a correction to Dowland “If
my complaints”, and for one to Milán's Fantasy
For a valuable suggestion for improving this web page.
for adding 120 pieces to the edition of the Harwarth
for supplying a missing piece, "Mein Fleiß und Müh", from the beginning
MS 1512. Also for providing the original composer name for
Benedictus from MS.res
429, and for supplying the title and composer for a piece in
Cavalcanti Lute Book and adding one piece that was conflated with its
predecessor. Also for help in figuring out composer names in the Fabricius
, for help in elucidating the issue of
courses in Bakfark's Harmoniarum
for pointing out a duplicated piece in Vincenzo Galilei's “Contrapunti".
for contributing a facsimile of Kapsberger's Intavolatura
di Liuto, v.1 and several other needed facsimiles, as well
as finding a
treble part for John Johnson's "Good
night and good rest" duet.
(1611) and for pointing out that galliard on f. g1v from
of Musicke" was duplicated and misattributed to Robert
Johnson in another part of my site. Fernando also contributed some beautiful
reconstructions of pages from Barbetta (1582) that were torn.
, for correcting errors in the Dowland
and for corrections to knight_of_the_lute_fantasy
of Lute Lessons.
, for correcting an error to Amarilli, mia bella in
Robert Dowland's A
, for correcting formatting errors in
for a correction to Book 1, #1 of Orphenica Lyra, Pleni,
from Missa Hercules of Josquin and a
correction to Milan "El Maestro", Fantasia
for the many valuable intabulations he has done, over the years.
for a correction to Dowland's "To
ask for all thy love" (4th Book of Ayres) and to "Semper
Dowland semper dolens" (Lachrimae)
for corrections to Narvaez' Y
la mi cinta dorado.
for corrections to Saltarello
48 of da Crema.
for filling in many missing Dowland solo pieces.
for corrections to
for valuable help in deciphering the German tab of the Dlugorai
for pointing out that the file milano_022 is the same as milano_020 in the Milano directory.
This has been corrected.
for supplying the attribution of the piece "Herr,
nun selbst den Wagen halt" in Mus.ms.40588
of the Berlin State Library.
for helping with
Fuenllana notations and corrections to Fuenllana's 2-part version of
Potentiam" in Book
for correcting an error in Dowland's Lady
for contributing a relatively clean copy of Cambridge
University Library MS
Nn.6.36 to my collection of facsimiles. Other copies were
of the first staff on each page. Neil has also been very helpful in
solving issues with the pieces in this source, as well as providing the
source facsimile for Kapsberger's
"Intavolatura di lauto, v.1" and helpful suggestions for my
edition of this work on interpreting the rhythms. Also, his
advice and input has been invaluable in working out many pieces by
Daniel Bacheler, as well as solving a difficult puzzle in #63
Cavalcanti Lute Book.
for correction of a mislabeling of Dowland
Galliard” as #37:
Galliard”. Also for corrections to Dowland’s “Come
sleep” and “La
for invaluable information on terminology and naming conventions, as
well as for interpretation of clef signs in tablature and help with
split courses in Bakfark (any errors, though, are my responsibility).
Also for help in understanding
notations and pointing out helpful references. And for helping in many
other ways, over the years.
, for correcting an error in Narvaez
v.2 09 mode 1 fantasy, bar 40, 2 errors in CUL
Dd.2.11, #98 Fantasy, an error in the same
piece in the Hirsch lute book (f. 37), for providing a
link to Adriaenssen Novum
Pratum Musicum (1584),
and some help in making sense of a piece (#27
from the Cavalcanti
Lute Book. Also for major help in tracking down
composer names in the Herwarth
, for invaluable help in parsing out the repeat
structure and text
underlay in the frottole contained in Bossinensis' Tenori e contrabassi ,
for corrections to Belle
qui m'avez blessé and for contributing several airs de cour
and 10-course lute pieces to the site.
for corrections to Milano's
Fantasy 33 and to one of the
for a correction to dall'Aquila's Ricercare
33, to Piccinini's #25
Sarabanda", to da
Crema's #27 "Bayses moy", to "Gray's
Inn masque" from the Margaret Board lute book, to #s 5, 13,
4, 55, and 76 of
Lute MS. Also for encoding and contributing the entirety of a
lute book "Il
liuto" (1650) by Bernardo
For a correction to the bass part of Ferrabosco's
"Come my Celia".
for a reconstruction of a Francesco
da Milano ricercar from the damaged Castelfranco MS and with locating
sources for the Milano collection.
Also for invaluable help in locating and discussing the de
Bellis lute MS (1615) the Doni
MS (1640), and invaluable help in finding sources for the
for unlocking the mystery of the tuning of John
book f.33v allemande duet and for many other
contributions to this website.
for the many, many times--over many, many years--he has helped me by
answering technical and programming questions in support of my website.
Without his help, this website and my whole enterprise of making lute
music available online would not have happened.
For some valuable corrections to my edition of Valderrábano's
"Silva de Sirenas".
for many contributions to this website, including several of his own
compositions for lute and several pieces from the Lochamer
for contributing a
charming set of pieces newly composed in renaissance style
for 6-course lute.
for a substantial correction to Robert
de village #4,
for corrections to Campion’s “The
man of life upright”, and John Danyel's
for invaluable help sussing out notations in the de
and the Doni
for correcting an error in John Danyel's lute song, "Like
as the lute delights".
for pointing out that "La Alfonsina" was composed by Johannes Ghiselin,
not Hayne von Ghizehem.
for corrections to
Love" and "Away
with those self-loving lads".
for pointing out many broken links on the site.
, for correcting errors in my edition of Terzi,
Libro Primo (1593).
, for a correction and addition
to Capirola’s Ricercar
, for a correction to #28
"Hoc signum crucis" from Berlin State Library mus.ms.40632
and many corrections in the Donaueschingen, Dlugorai, and Wurstisen
, for pointing out that Milano's Ricercar
on my site was incomplete and for corrections to Milano Ricercar #85. Also for making corrections to Dowland's "What
poor astronomers are they". and for a correction to Robert
- Carlo Stringhi, for encoding many of the pieces in the
Milano collection and other pieces.
, for corrections to a pavane
by Ferrabosco and for
help in interpreting clef signs in tablature. Also for help sussing out
, for a correction to Valderrábano's
"Con que la lavoré".
, for a suggested addition to the anonymous pavane
#225 from CUL Dd .2.11, f. 68v.
, for corrections to, and 8-Course version of,
and corrections to a dance
in Mus MS 1512, Dowland's Lady
Hunsdon's puff, and Bakfark's intabulation of Je prens
, for multiple corrections to my edition of CUL
Dd.2.11. This was truly a spectacular job
that obviously took a lot of work.
, for his
beautiful edition of the Herbert of Cherbury MS. Since the
facsimile is of poor quality, it has been very helpful to compare
with Alain's reading of symbols in the MS that are ambiguous or hard to
, for corrections of multiple errors in my edition
of M. Galilei's Book
for a correction to Dowland's Lady
for pointing out a missing page in
M. Galilei Primo Libro
for corrections to Dalza's
Pavana alla Venetiana 1.
for corrections to Dowland “If
complaints” and “Rest
awhile, you cruel
cares”. Also for contributing "Miserere,
for corrections to my
edition of Bakfark’s “Ultimi mei sospiri”, in Bakfark’s
Also for corrections and additions to Philip van Wilder's "Arthur's
Dump", from the Marsh Lute Book and corrections to Pilkington's
for pointing out two missing pieces from Molinaro's 1599 “Intavolatura di liuto”.
, for making a correction to Vincenzo Galilei's 1584
Libro d'intavolatura di liuto, v.1, Romanesca
for corrections to Praeludium
1 from Matthäus Waissel's 1573 volume.