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Sarno, Jania. “El tráfico de instrumentos y libros musicales de España al Nuevo Mundo a través de documentos del Archivo General de Indias en Sevilla: notas para el comienzo de una investigación.” Musique et Influences Culturelles Réciproques entre l’Europe et l’Amerique Latine du XVIeme au XXeme siècle (= The Brussels Museum of Musical Instruments Bulletin, xvi) ed. René de Maeyer. Tutzing: Schneider, 1986. 95-108. Article: journal
Satoh, Toyohiko. “On the Use of Gut Strings”. Lute Society of America Quarterly, 44-1 (Feb, 2009): 12-14 Article: journal
Sauvalle, Sergio. “Entrastadura y afinacion de la vihuela y la guitarra, en el siglo XVI”. Unpublished essay. Santiago de Chile, Universidad de Chile, 1992. Book: Thesis
Schebor, Gabriel. “Entrevista a Sebastían Núñez” Boletín de la Asociación Argentina de Laudes y Guitarras Antiguas 1 (2010): 23-26. Article: journal
Schmitt, Thomas. “Vihuela und Gitarre in der Musikwissenschaft- 15. Kongreß der Internationalen Musikwissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft in Madrid”. Gitarre & Laute (4/1992): 23. Article: journal
Schneider, Hugo. “Über den Nachbau einer Vihuela”. Instrumentenbau: Bericht uber das 7. Symposium zu Fragen des Musikinstrumentenbaus: Zupf- und Schlaginstrumente des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts, Zupfinstrumente: Michaelstein 7./8.11.1986. Michaelstein: Die Forschungsstatte, 1987. Article: book
Schneider, Marius. “Un villancico de Alonso Mudarra procedente de la música popular granadina”. Anuario Musical 10 (1955): 79-83. Article: journal
Schöner, Oliver. Die Vihuela de mano im Spanien des 16. Jahrhunderts. Europäsiche Hochschulenschriften, vol 198. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1999. Book
Schreiner, Michael. “The Chambure vihuela”. Lute Society of America Quarterly 37, no. 3-4, (Aug-Nov, 2002): 7-11. Article: journal
Segerman, Ephraim. “On the gittern’s body change around 1500” FoMRHI Quarterly no. 115 (March 2010): 42 (communication 1903) Article: journal
Segerman, Ephraim. “Vihuela string quality and thickness, and the Paris vihuela”. FoMRHI Quarterly no. 85 (Oct. 1996): 30. Article: journal
Segerman, Ephraim. “Why it was the vihuela and not the lute in 16th century Spain”. FoMRHI Quarterly no. 115 (March 2010): 44 (communication 1906)
Segerman, Ephraim. “How were the Earliest Viols Played?” FoMRHI Quarterly no. 100 (July 2000): 34-35. Article
Sherr, Richard (ed.). Four-Voice Motets from the Motetti del fiore Series: Part II. musicians in Renaissance Rome and other courts. The Sixteenth-Century Motet, 10. New York: Garland and London, 1999. Book: Edition
Simón Díaz, Jóse. Bibliografía de la literatura hispánica, vol. 8. Madrid: Instituto "Miguel de Cervantes" de Filología Hispánica; CSIC: 1950-1993 Book: reference
Simpson; Mason Glenda; Barry. “The sixteenth-century Spanish romance; a survey of the Spanish ballad as found in the music of the vihuelistas”. Early Music 5 (1977), 51-58. Article: journal
Sisto, Luigi. I liutai tedeschi a Napoli tra Cinque e Seicento. Storia di una migrazione in senso contrario. Roma: Instituto per la Storia della Musica, 2010. Book
Skei, Allen B. “‘Dulces exuviae’: Renaissance settings of Dido’s last words”. Music Review 37 (1976): 78-91. Article: journal
Smith, Douglas Alton. “A Brief History of the Lute as cultural Symbol”. Luths et luthistes en Occident: Actes du Colloque 13-15 mai 1998. Paris: Cité de la Musique, 1999. 43-50. Article: book
Smith, Douglas Alton. A History of the Lute from Antiquity to the Renaissance. N. p.: The Lute Society of America, 2002. Book