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Fronimo is a software program for engraving of tabulature for lutes , archlute , theorbo and other plucked and bowed instruments.
The program was created by the Italian lutenist and astronomer Francesco Tribioli. He named it in honour of Il Fronimo by Vincenzo Galilei , one of the foremost music treatises of the 16th century.
Version 2 of the program ceased to be updated from February Version 3 was much improved though it introduced a new native file archive type,. The program contains historical fonts for the most common tabulatures for the Lute and Guitar. A fully functional demo version is available and is restricted only so far as it is unable to save tabulature files. To enable files to be saved a license must be purchased from the author.
There is a large repository of native tabulature for the lute held in Fronimo. Specialist Lute tabulature software packages such as Fronimo are sometimes preferred by lutists as the specialise in 17th century tabulature which can be more difficult to set up in packages such as Sibelius.
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The Fronimo Dialogo di Vincentio Galilei Vincenzo Galilei is an instructional book on playing, composing and intabulating vocal music for the lute. While the title page bears the date , the final page confusingly bears the date Apparently, although the manuscript was completed by Galilei in the Autumn of , the official letter of privilege allowing the publication of the book was received only in December, and the printing actually took place in In addition, still in , Girolamo Scotto broke the book into two parts, selling a collection of 30 musical selections from near the end of the book and the Dialogo separately. Unlike other lute instruction manuals of the 16th century, each of the editions of Fronimo contains quite a large amount of music.