Renaissance Lute after Moises Tieffenbrucker
62cm, 6-7 courses; after Moises Tiefembruker (the spelling on his actual label) c.1570 (Munich Stadtmuseum) 11 ribs: the original is in figured poplar and is an interesting small form of the famous Laux Maler long tear-drop shape. It would be ideal as a six course lute for early renaissance music.
I show here the original lute in its present form as converted, rather insensitively, to an 8 course mandora. It would look smarter when new-made!
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