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Dear Colleagues,

The Lute Society of America wishes to make known the publication of the
Journal of the Lute Society of America Vol. 52 (2019)

Coinciding with this, the LSA announces that the Journal is now available
as an open access publication. Volumes 1–52 of the JLSA are now available
for free consultation and download at
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JLSA 25 (2019)
Contents:
• Douglas A Smith – Writings — compiled by Kate Benessa and Arthur J. Ness
• The Trecento Lute — Hiroyuki Minamino
• Golden Cloth and Black Silk: Music for “Amando e desiando”—Richard K.
Falkenstein
• Teaching for the Amicus: Sketches from the Lute Tablature D-Mbs, Mus. ms.
267 within the Context of the Rhetorical loci communes and
compositio—Kateryna Schöning
• Raucous, Penetrating? The Sound ideal of the Calichon—Pietro Prosser
• A Musical Instrument is a Process—Klaus Martius
• Reviews

JLSA 52 is available in PDF and EPUB format

John Griffiths
Editor, JLSA


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