How to Make a Lute?

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For such a little instruments lutes take a bit of an effort to build. Here are a couple great sites to check out all that goes into making a lute or you can go the easy route and use a tissue box with lots of rubber bands wrapped around the hole of the box. For more information look here: Lute Building Assistance www.art-robb.co.uk; Baroque Lute www.vanedwards.co.uk
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How to Build a Lute
The lute first came to Europe as the Arabian "Ud" with the Moors' conquest of Spain, as early as the Eighth Century. By the 14th Century, lutes had widely spread across Europe. Today, those who enjoy Medieval music to Renaissance enthusiasts ensure the... More »
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