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- The Gittern and Citole. Diabolus in Musica Guide to Early Instruments. "... It took some extremely painstaking cross-referencing by a guy called Laurence Wright to sort it all out. The final conclusion was pretty definite, and appeared in the Galpin Society Journal in May 1977. The information took a while to filter through the early music community though, so beware of any reference to the gittern, citole, or mandora in pre-1985 texts."
- Paul Butler. The Citole Project. Historical Instruments, Paul Butler Díverse Arts.
Exhaustive research on the citole and its re-creation. Comparison to the citole, gittern, cittern, and psalter(y) in the historical literatures.
- "Citole" in Chisholm, Hugh , ed. () Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.), Cambridge University Press
This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.
- ► Reconstructed citoles (1 F)
Pages in category "Citole"
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Media in category "Citole"
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- Citola-medieval.jpg 223 KB
- Citole and dog.png 1.47 MB
- Citole circa 1320.jpg 71 KB
- Citole cropped.jpg 56 KB
- Citole parts.jpg 267 KB
- Citole side.jpg 52 KB
- Citole top.jpg 29 KB
- Citole-BritishMuseum-bgw.jpg 502 KB
- Citole-BritishMuseum.jpg 714 KB
- Coffermans.jpg 70 KB
- F107v b.png 3.71 MB
- Gorleston Psalter f107v.png 2.06 MB
- Plate 22 14 15 copy.jpg 41 KB