Thesaurus / lute
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The notation for the lute, for instance, was invented about 1460 to 1500.
The lute was in general use during the 16th and 17th centuries.
But Lute, not similarly prepared for Jong-Keena, blushingly led the retreat of the girls to the dressing rooms.
The air rings with music as they come, bass and tenor and shrill treble mingling with the sound of lute and cymbal.
Instead of dropping down dead on the lute for envy, she thought it better to run away with the lutanist for love.
Enter the King, Princess Alma, with her father's lute on her back, and a circus rider.
SUCH IS LIFEFRANK WEDEKIND
Lute's parting words were that he would fill that tank the very first thing.
THE RISE OF ROSCOE PAINEJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
At such a time the calm spring melody of the lute is exquisite.
The residue of the day he doth spend upon the lute and virginals.
The maiden blushed rosy red, and put the lute by; but Paul stretched out his hand for it.
PAUL THE MINSTREL AND OTHER STORIESARTHUR CHRISTOPHER BENSON

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