Tabulaturbuch, Musica et lætificant cor hominis
Anno 1619
Faksimile der Lautenhandschrift nach dem Exemplar der Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Signatur: ND VI 3238. Kommentar: Ralf Jarchow

Schele Tabulaturbuch

Glinde, 2004. 21 x 30 cm, 40, 165 pp. Thought to have been copied by the Dutch lutenist Joachim van den Hove, and contains many of his own compositions, as well as a selection of music by his contemporaries (Aragona, Bacheler, Ballard, Besard, Bocquet, Cato, J. Dowland, Ferrabosco, Francisque, Hove, Huet, J. Johnson, Kapsberger, Lorenzini, Melii, d'Orleans, Palestrina, Philips, Quaresmine, Rude, Strobel, Tuenhuysen, Vallet, Verdelot). For 6 to 11-course lute, notated in French tablature. Commentary in Ger-Eng. Hardbound. $98
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Schele Tabulaturbuch, cover
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