I was very pleased with Bill Carter's review http://earlymusicreview.com/lex-eisenhardt-italian-guitar-music-of-the-seven teenth-century/ even if I do not completely agree with everything in it.
Of course I'm aware that the issue of Corbetta's dissonance is contentious. But as a player you are bound to choose. The 'fundamentalist' position (you should play everything exactly like it's written, you'll learn to like it) is one possible option. However, in some occasions this leads to an enigmatic (extremely dissonant) harmonic idiom; which is now supposed to be what Corbetta was exploring. I would prefer to consider other explanations. Lex PS. The theories presented in Monica's on-line article did not convince me. So I didn't use it for the text. That was the main reason not to include it in the Bibliography. However, there are several other of her articles listed there. To get on or off this list see list information at http://www.cs.dartmouth.edu/~wbc/lute-admin/index.html