Tablature for Liute

Tablature for Liute – Sumptibus Pragopress – MS XXIII F 174 – National Library of the Czech Republic (Prague, Czech Republic)

Czech Republic — Before 1615

From a celebrity of late Renaissance lute music: the tablature of a virtuoso composition, created by the influential Bohemian lutenist Mikuláš Šmalem z Lebendorfu

  1. Mikuláš Šmalem z Lebendorfu, also known as Nikolaus Schmahl von Lebendorf in German, was a Bohemian Renaissance composer and lutenist

  2. Šmalem is considered one of the most important lutenists of the 16th and 17th centuries

  3. His compositions made a significant contribution to the development of the popular lute music of the time

Tablature for Liute

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Tablature for Liute

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Alternative Titles
Loutnová Tabulatura psaná Mikulášem Šmalem z Lebendorfu
Claves musicae ad fides compositae manu Nicolai Šmal de Lebendorf scriptae
Tabulatur für Laute
Tabulatur für Liute
Tablature for Lute
Size / Format
170 pages / 20.0 × 16.0 cm
Before 1615
Tablature for lute
Artist / School
Previous Owners
Jaroslav Bořita of Martinice
Lobkowicz Library in Prague
Facsimile Editions

#1 Loutnová Tabulatura psaná Mikulášem Šmalem z Lebendorfu (Claves musicae ad fides compositae manu Nicolai Šmal de Lebendorf scriptae)

Sumptibus Pragopress – Prague, 1969

Publisher: Sumptibus Pragopress – Prague, 1969
Commentary: 1 volume by Jiři Tichota
Languages: Czech, English, French, German, Russian
1 volume: Exact reproduction of the original document (extent, color and size) Reproduction of the entire original document as detailed as possible (scope, format, colors). The binding may not correspond to the original or current document binding.
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