LOL
   ---- On ven, 10 ago 2018 16:38:14 +0200 <r.turov...@gmail.com> wrote
   ----

   You have truly long reaching memories!
   RT
   Sent from my iPhone
   > On Aug 10, 2018, at 8:13 AM, Luca Manassero <[1]l...@manassero.net>
   wrote:
   >
   > As far as I remember, a lady walking with a lute in Venezia (XVIth
   > century) was considered a prostitute.
   > My 2 cents,
   > Luca
   > ---- On ven, 10 ago 2018 12:57:44 +0200
   > [2]r.turov...@gmail.com<[3]r.turov...@gmail.com> wrote ----
   >
   > Lute in a brothel was a large Dutch sarcasm, lute being a symbol of
   > domestic harmony in the baroque visual symbolism.
   > Sent from my iPhone
   >> On Aug 9, 2018, at 6:25 PM, Alain Veylit
   > <[1][4]al...@musickshandmade.com> wrote:
   >>
   >> There is a piece in Dd.2.11 entitled: "Catin" (by Orlando di
   Lasso!).
   > Yesterday I saw one entitled "la pute". What are the odds that
   neither
   > title would not refer to their modern meaning of "prostitute"?
   >> This also reminds me of the not so secret behind "green sleeves".
   > Dutch paintings show many scenes of lute music with at least hints of
   > seduction or prostitution.
   >> But it can also be easy to jump to conclusions. I thought Lasso was
   a
   > rather serious composer...
   >> Alain
   >>
   >>
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