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tablature

 [tab´lah-chur]
separation of the chief cranial bones into inner and outer tables, separated by a diploë.

tab·la·ture

(tab'lă-chūr),
The state of division of the cranial bones into two plates separated by the diploë.
[L. tabula, tablet]

tablature

/tab·la·ture/ (tab´lah-chur) separation of the chief cranial bones into inner and outer tables, separated by a diploë.

tab·la·ture

(tab'lă-chŭr)
The state of division of the cranial bones into two plates separated by the diploë.
[L. tabula, tablet]

tablature

separation of the chief cranial bones into inner and outer tables, separated by a diploë.
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Anyone who has indexed music manuscripts of this period and transcribed music from German organ tablatures can truly appreciate the painstaking efforts that went into writing this book.
The combination of the tentative hand with the exact copies of Bataille's lute tablatures raises the possibility that the second scribe was a student learning to play the lute.
And like other early plucked strings, music for the early guitar survives primarily in tablature, including some quite unusual forms of tablature not seen in other instruments.
A Google search for guitar music will retrieve an endless list of tablatures of popular songs transcribed by amateur guitarists.
Lute music in tablature was printed throughout the sixteenth century, but Galilei was the first to propose a method of converting vocal music to a form playable on the lute; for all the dances and fantasias that sixteenth-century lutenists published, it was still the intabulation of vocal music--madrigals, chansons, motets, and even masses--that forms the bulk of the repertory.
Here, three genres are singled out which are particular to music printing north of the Alps: music treatises (Thomas Roder, Markus Grassl), tablature books (Markus Grassl, Andrea Lindmayer-Brandl) and German songs both in song books ( Nicole Schwindt, David Fallows) and broadsheets (Frieder Schanze).
This situation is exacerbated by the enormous size of the surviving music: around 180 printed and manuscript sources survive from seventeenth-century Italy alone, amounting to thousands of pieces that are preserved largely in tablature, an immensely practical type of notation but one that continues to obscure the repertory from most non-players--the irony being that tablature was originally intended, and still is, to render guitar music more accessible.
Dirksen himself later argues that Sweelinck probably used two six-lines staves rather than tablature when writing for keyboard (p.
In his first four volumes, Romano presented only a very small percentage of texts with tablature (27 poems in all); yet he derived eight of these tablatures directly from Berti's songs, and four others directly from Carlo Milanuzzi's Primo scherzo delle ariose vaghezze (Venice: Bartolomeo Magni, 1622).
Today's classical guitarists should be pleased with Strizich's thoughtful and musically coherent adaptation of Sanz's baroque guitar tablatures for six-string guitar, even if musicologists may still be left wondering about some minor oversights in a generally excellent scholarly edition.