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Notice of Limited Inventory | Le Luth Doré ®

The facts are still under investigation. However, the circumstances known to us today strongly suggest that a certain number of counterfeit Le Luth Doré ® (LLD) lutes and cases were introduced into the international markets. These lutes and cases appear to have been sourced improperly using LLD protected intellectual property in violation of the exclusivity and confidentiality provisions of LLD’s manufacturing agreements.

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A Method for the Renaissance Lute, with a Supplement for the Archlute

Le Luth Doré ® is pleased to announce the publication of 'A Method For The Renaissance Lute, With a Supplement for the Archlute' by Peter Croton (concert performer, recording artist, lute teacher at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, President of the German Lute Society, author).

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Frank Antonsen, Norwegian amateur guitar and lute player, reviews the LLD ® 8c Renaissance lute

"I have had a great interest in the renaissance music throughout my adult life. I have used classical guitar and a special alto guitar to approach this beautiful ancient music, but all the time I wanted to have a real lute, with the real lute sound and design. Finally, I have obtained a such instrument from Le Luth Doré ® in Paris."

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Simon Bonte, Belgian professional guitar and lute player, reviews the LLD ® 13c Baroque lute

"To conclude, Miguel Serdoura and Le Luth Doré ® did and keep doing an amazing job. They create impressive instruments for an incredible price tag! I can only recommend Le Luth Doré ® brand if you are searching for a stunning instrument made with care and a great vision. Applause!"

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Paul Craven, English amateur lutenist, reviews the LLD ® Dowland 8c Renaissance lute

"It is magical to think that an instrument of this caliber is available without the prolonged wait and understandably large price tag from U.K. luthiers with their higher workshop costs. How many potential players have been put off by that? This lute goes far beyond my expectations"

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Sebastian Strauchler, lutenist

Sebastian Strauchler is a graduated Music Professor at Conservatoire Superior Manuel de Falla, Buenos Aires. From 2005 he has totally focus in the Renaissance and Baroque lute repertoire, studying plucked instruments in the same institution (the only official Early Music degree in all South America) with Hernan Vives. He is always continuing his studies with international noted players like Dolores Costoyas, Xavier Diaz-Latorre, Eduardo Eguez or Hopkinson Smith.

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