Year
Source
Pages
Title
Description
Publisher
1968
Flamenco Information Service Library Newsletter
2,3
Letter to the Editor

Letter advocates hosting an annual flamenco festival in the United States.

FISL, No. 6, Vol. 1, October
1969
Flamenco Information Service Library Newsletter
6
Nino Ricardo Falseta por Siguiriyas.
Same issue also lists an upcoming performance of a flamenco troup I was touring with in Mexico City
FISL, No. 1, Vol 2 January
1969
Flamenco Information Service Library Newsletter
5,6
An Evening in the Rincon de Goya, Mexico City
A review of the "entertainment" at Manolo Caracol's Mexico City Tablao.
FISL, No. 2, Vol. 5, May
1969
Flamenco Information Service Library Newsletter
2
Por Los Rincones
A review of the Rincon Gitano tablao along with an account of Chuni Amaya, Chiquito de Triana and the show at Rincon de Goya, Mexico City.
FISL, No. 8, Vol. 2, August
1971
Research Paper, Indiana University
20-Jan
Arabic Survivals in Contemporary Flamenco
First paper to critically examine contemporary flamenco musical practices in light of known 10th century Arabic musical theory.
Dept. of Anthropology, Indiana University
1971
Research Paper, Indiana University
12-Jan
Cinco Cantaores Famosos
Critical examinations of five contemporary cantaores. In Spanish
Department of spanish, Indiana University
1973
Guild of American Luthiers Newsletter
2,3
Letter to the Editor
Notes about side laminations and thickness sanders.
GAL, Vol. 1, No. 1 July
1970
Guild of American Luthiers Data Sheets
index
Data Sheets
Numerous submissions regarding French polishing, varnishes, and thickness sanders.
GAL
1974
Guild of American Luthiers Newsletter
6,7, & 9
Letter to the Editor
Refers to various wood suppliers and other topics of interest to luthiers.
GAL, Vol. 2, No. 1 January
1974
Guild of American Luthiers Newsletter
6,7
Brune's Column: Review of the Book, "Classical Guitar: Design and Construction" by McLeod and Welford
Also covers current events of Luthier interest
GAL, Vol. 2, No. 2 Spring
1974
Guild of American Luthiers Newsletter
4,5,12,13,14,16
Brune's Column
Review of a concert by Rodrigo De Zayas and Anne Perret, along with descriptions of their instruments and other lutherie oriented material.
GAL, Vol. II, No. 3. May
1974
Guild of American Luthiers Newsletter
10-Aug
Brune's Column: On Becoming a Successful Luthier
Sage Advice.
GAL, Vol 2, No. 6 December
1975
Guild of American Luthiers Newsletter
4,5,9
State of the Guild Address
As first elected president, I presented the state of the Guild, and announced plans for the first major national Convention and Exhibition which was held at Northwestern University which set the tone for all future Guild conventions.
GAL, Vol. 3, No. 1 February
1975
Guild of American Luthiers Newsletter
3 et al
Convention Highlights
A round up of the Convention activities, and exhibitors with numerous photos
GAL Vol III, No. 3 May/June
1975
Guild of American Luthiers Newsletter
11
Letter to the Editor
The infamous Shellac controversy regarding the origins of the shellac material.
GAL, Vol. III, No. 4 July/August
1975
Guild of American Luthiers Newsletter
4, 32
Convention 1976
Announcement of the plans for the ill-fated 1976 Convention and Exhibition held at the Stearns Collection of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
GAL, Vol. III, No. 5,6 September/December
1976
Guild of American Luthiers Quarterly
4
The Exiting Conclusion to my Series
Post mortem of the most disastrous GAL Convention to date. Check out the great cartoon on page 4
GAL Vol 4, No. 2 June
1977
Guild of American Luthiers Quarterly
15, 16
Classical Guitar: Design and Construction"
a reprint of my review of 1974 published in Vol. II, No. 2.
GAL, Vol. 5, No. 2 June
1979
Brune Workshop
16 pages
Instruments from the Workshop of R. E. Brune, luthier
Color and black and white catalog of Brune instruments including guitars, lutes, harpsichords, etc. Printed in one edition of 5,000 copies of which very few remain in circulation. Various separate price lists update the catalog.
R. E. Brune
1979
Guild of American Luthiers Quarterly
14-18
Antonio Torres and the Development of the Classic Guitar
An article on Torres featuring what later turned out to be one of the known fakes incorrectly attributed to Torres.
GAL, Vol 7, No. 1 March
1980
Guild of American Luthiers Quarterly
24-Dec
Soundboard Bracing and the Development of the Classic Guitar
Transcription of my 1979 lecture to the GAL Convention at Boston. Illustrates many different fan strutting systems used by spanish builders.
GAL, Vol 8, No. 1 March
1981
Guild of American Luthiers Quarterly
8,11
Bum Trip
Review of the 1981 Toronto Classical Guitar Festival from a luthier's viewpoint.
GAL, Vol. 9, No. 3 September
1985
Brune Workshop
22 plus table of contents and 124 photos
Restoration Report
Description and documention of the restoration of Marie Antoinettes's guitar. Only two copies were produced, one for the owner of the guitar, the second retained by R. E. Brune. Mounted in a 3 ring binder.
R. E. Brune
1985
American Lutherie
38,39
Lutherie: Art or Science?
Opinions regarding Kasha and validity of his approach.
GAL, No.1, March
1985
American Lutherie
42,45
The Kasha Question
Reply to detractors/supporters of Kasha Model. First appearence in print of the now hackneyed cliche, "Golden Era of the Guitar."
GAL, No. 4, December
1985
American Lutherie
53,54
Geometry, Proportion, and the Art of Lutherie
A review of the Kevin Coates book of the same title.
GAL, No. 4 December
1986
Brune Workshop
4 pages
Inventory Newsletter
Features instruments by Manuel Ramirez, Marcelo Barbero, Robert Bouchet, Miguel Rodriguez, Robert Ruck, etc.
R. E. Brune, No. 1 June 1
1986
American Lutherie
3,5
Letter to the Editor
Issues regarding the Kasha matter.
GAL, No. 8 Winter
1986
Brune Workshop
6 pages
Inventory Newsletter
Features guitars by Antonio de Torres, Louis Panormo, Miguel Rodriguez, Thomas Humphrey, and a violin by Enrico Ceruti, and spinet harpsichord by Joseph Mahoon, 1733.
R. E. Brune, No. 2 December 1
1987
Brune Workshop
12 pages, 97 color transparencies
Restoration Report: Antonio Torres 1884, No. 71
Documents the restoration of this instrument be R. E. Brune in text, scaled drawings and photos. Mounted in a 3 ring binder, originally sold for $50, fewer than 12 copies were sold.
R. E. Brune
1987
Brune Workshop
4 pages, 31 color transparencies
1938 Hermann Hauser Sr.
Scaled drawings, color photos of the 1938 instrument featured in our newsletter of June 30, 1987. Originally priced at $50, fewer than 12 were assembled. In a 3 ring notebook binder
R. E. Brune
1987
Brune Workshop
6 pages
Inventory Newsletter
Features guitars by Hermann Hauser I, Vicente Arias, Domingo Esteso, Marcelo Barbero, David Rubio, a 1920 violin by Leandro Bisiach, and our restoration report of the 1884 11-string Antonio de Torres.
R. E. Brune, No. 3, June 30
1987
Tuning the Wood Exhibition Catalog
6-Mar
The Art of the Luthier
General summation of the nature of lutherie, which contains the often quoated phrase, "golden era of lutherie" alluded to by so many other writers.
Illinois State Museum
1988
American Lutherie
6, 8-9
A Remembrance of Segovia
Comments on the passing of Segovia and my recollections of my meeting with Segovia.
GAL, No. 13 Spring
1988
Guitar Player Magazine
20-24
Classical Masterpieces: The Brune Collection
photos by Jonathon Levin of part of my personal collection of rare instruments.
GPU Publications, August
1988
American Lutherie
46-55
The 'Belly Art' of Japanese Lutherie
Descriptions and photo tour of the Asturias Workshop of Japan, with observations about doing business in Japan. A transcription of my GAL lecture of 1988
GAL, No. 15, Fall
1989
American Lutherie
24-33
A Baroque Guitar Restoration
The condensed version of my privately published restoration report of the Marie Antoinette guitar. Numerous photos, and the scaled drawing is available from the GAL (Plan No. 27)
GAL, No. 19, FAll
1990
Brune Workshop
8 pages
Inventory Newsletter
Features guitars by Daniel Friedrich, Miguel Rodriguez, Robert Ruck, Domingo Esteso, R. E. Brune, and others, along with several antique violins.
R. E. Brune, No. 4, January 2
1990
American Lutherie
36,37
Who Made Marie Antoinette's Guitar?
Exchange of views between Robert Lundberg and myself over the probable author of the guitar featured in American Lutherie # 19. Has an excellent photo of a similar instrument formerly in Vienna, and recently sold at auction.
GAL, No. 21, Spring
1990
American Lutherie
14-Oct
Andalusia and the Modern Guitar
First article in print to assert that the distinction between "classical" and "flamenco" guitars did not exist in Torres' time, and that the modern guitar is derived from the flamenco guitar.
GAL, No. 22, Summer
1990
Brune Workshop
8 pages
Inventory Newsletter
Features guitars by Hermann Hauser II, Miguel Rodriguez Sr., Manuel Velazquez,Robert Ruck, Manuel de la Chica, 19th century guitars, and lutes by E. B. Jones, R. E. Brune, and others.
R. E. Brune, No. 5, December 5
1991
Brune Workshop
8 pages
Inventory Newsletter
Features guitars by Ignacio Fleta Sr., Hermann Hauser II, Jose Rubio, Domingo Esteso, Paulino Bernabe, Manuel Velazquez, and 19th century guitars.
R. E. Brune, No. 6 (incorrectly labeled No. 7), September 10
1991
Classical Guitar Magazine
54
Letter to the Editor
Letter pointing out numerous inaccuracies in article written by John Huber, which as a result of poor editing created even more problems requiring follow up corrections, and ultimately, a retraction by Classical Guitar Magazine.
Ashley Mark Publishing, Ltd, September
1991
Acoustic Guitar Magazine
66
1810 Didier Nicolas Guitar
Photo and biography of Didier Nicolas l'aine. This guitar was formerly part of the Brune collection.
String Letter Publishing, Inc., September/October
1991
Acoustic Guitar Magazine
74
Segovia's 1912 Manuel Ramirez
Photo and description of Segovia's historic 1912 Manuel Ramirez now owned by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
String Letter Publishing, Inc., November
1992
Classical Guitar Magazine
52
Letter to the Editor
Letter in reference to John Huber article and poor editing of my previous LTTE. Apology and retraction printed by the publishers.
Ashley Mark Publishing, Ltd., April
1992
American Lutherie
9-Jun
The Spanish Guitar at the Metropolitan Museum
Review of the Spanish guitar exhibit which ran from October 1, 1991 through January 5, 1992 at the Met. Numerous photos.
GAL, No. 29, Spring
1992
Understory
6
Rude Awakening: Music Industry Reacts to Rosewood Ban
Hand wringing article regarding June 11, 1992 elevation of Brazilian Rosewood to CITES Appendix I. Contains numerous factoid about Brazilian rosewood (Dalbergia Nigra).
WARP, Vol II, No. 3, Summer
1992
Guitar Review
26-27
Regulation of Brazilian Rosewood
Synopsis of CITES regulations regarding import/export of Brazilian rosewood.
Albert Augustine, Inc. No. 90, Summer
1992
Brune Workshop
8 pages
Inventory Newsletter
Features guitars by Robert Bouchet, Ignacio Fleta Sr., Hermann Hauser II, Miguel Rodriguez, Manuel Velazquez, etc.
R. E. Brune, No. 7, August 31
1992
American Lutherie
13-Aug
Segovia's 1937 Hauser Revisited
History, drawings and photos of Segovia's historic 1937 Hauser now owned by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
GAL, No. 31, Fall
1992
American Lutherie
67
In Memorium: Hart Huttig II, 1912-1992
Farewell to a dear friend
GAL, No. 31, Fall
1992
American Lutherie
25, 43
In the Beginning
A remembrance of the embryonic beginning of the Guild of American Luthiers.
GAL, No. 32, Winter
1992
American Lutherie
16-22
An Interview with H. E. Huttig II
Conversation with Hart Huttig including his version of the legend of "La Inedita," the famous Santos Hernandez guitar that was denied to Segovia.
GAL, No. 32, Winter
1993
Acoustic Guitars and other Fretted Instruments by George Gruhn and Walter Carter
15-Sep
Early Guitars
Synopsis of the evolution of early guitars with numerous photos.
GPI Books, Miller Freeman, Inc.
1993
American Lutherie
14-21
Torres Guitar Restoration
Details of the restoration of the 1884 11-string Torres No. 71 owned by Jose Rojo Cid. Numerous photos and scaled drawings. This is the condensed version of my restoration report sold in the 3 ring binder.
GAL, No. 33, Spring
1993
Soundboard
7-Jun
Letter to the Editor
Details my research regarding the Otomi Indian origins of the word, "fandango" and its probable entry into the Spanish language.
GFA, Vol. XIX, No. 4, Spring
1993
American Lutherie
41
Questions About Segovia's 1937 Hauser
Reply and discussion regarding the authenticity of Segovia's 1937 Hauser now owned by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
GAL, No. 34, Summer
1993
Brune Workshop
8 pages
Inventory Newsletter
Features guitars by Fleta hijos, Ignacio Rozas, Reid Galbraith, Manuel Velazquez, Joseph Wallo, etc., plus book selections.
R. E. Brune, No. 8, October 18
1994
Gibson Guitars
122-123
Gibson Guitars: 100 Years of an American Icon
Evolution of the Guitar with numerous photos and expertise supplied from my archives
W. Quay Hays
1994
Guitar Magazine
67-68
Acoustic Guitar History
Article co-authored with Koji Egawa using information and photos supplied from my archives.
Rittor Music, Inc., No. 1, January
1994
Soundboard
8-Apr
Letter to the Editor: More on Fandangos
30 footnote LTTE monster reply to straighten out miss-information on the Fandango/flamenco issue raised by Richard Pinnell, followed by his concession on all points.
GFA, Vol. XIX, No. 4, Spring
1994
Celesta
70-82
Haragei
Dutch translation of my lecture transcribed in American Lutherie No. 15.
Celesta, Vol. 8, No. 2, April
1994
American Lutherie
5
CITES Paperwork Update
Synopsis of requirements for expediting legal paperwork to comply with CITES.
GAL, No. 37, Spring
1994
American Lutherie
24-25
Segovia's 1937 Hauser: Top and Back Thicknesses
Just what it says
GAL, No. 38, Summer
1994
Brune Workshop
8 pages
Inventory Newsletter
Features guitars by Hermann Hauser I, Ignacio Fleta, Robert Ruck, Jose Oribe, Vicente Camacho, Jose Ramirez III, etc.
R. E. Brune, No. 9, July 20
1994
Vintage Guitar Magazine
46-47
Guitars with Guts
Premier article of my ongoing series covering gut strung guitars and their history. Numerous photos
Vintage Guitar, Inc., Vol 8, No. 12, September
1994
American Lutherie
18-23
Segovia's 1912 Manuel Ramirez
Photos, drawings and history of the infamous 1912 Manuel Ramirez given to Segovia and now in the Metropolitan Museum. This article was the first to connect this guitar to the one visible in the famous photo of Ramirez' storefront.
GAL, No. 40, Winter
1994
Vintage Guitar Magazine
40-41
Guitars with Guts: The French School
Numerous photos, history of the development of the guitar in France.
Vintage Guitar, Inc., Vol. 9, No. 3, December
1995
Vintage Guitar Magazine
38-39
Guitars with Guts: The Italian School
Numerous photos, text of the development of the guitar in Italy
Vintage Guitar Inc., vol 9, No. 6, March
1995
Vintage Guitar Magazine
42-44
Guitars with Guts: The English School
Numerous photos, history of the Panormo family
Vintage Guitar, Inc., Vol. 9, No. 10 July
1995
Vintage Guitar Magazine
28-30
Guitars with Guts: The Germanic School
Numerous photos, history of the Germanic School.
Vintage Guitar, Inc., Vol 10, No. 3, December
1996
Brune Workshop
8 pages
Inventory Newsletter
Features guitars by Ignacio Fleta Sr., Hermann Hauser II, Francisco Simplicio, Santos Hernandez, Domingo Esteso, David Rubio, Eugene Clark, etc.
R. E. Brune, No. 10, January 20
1996
American Lutherie
21-Oct
Decorative Techniques in Lutherie
Transcription of my 1995 Tacoma Convention lecture. Illustrates mainly techniques used in Brune guitars, lutes, harpsichords, violins and other instruments. Numerous photos.
GAL, No. 45, Spring
1996
Vintage Guitar Magazine
36-38
Guitars with Guts: The Spanish School, Part I
History and numerous photos.
Vintage Guitar, Inc., Vol.10, No. 6, March
1996
Vintage Guitar Magazine
142
Top Ten Collectable Gut Strung Guitars
Written under protest. How can you possibly limit the great makers to only 10?!
Vintage Guitar, Inc., Vol 10, No. 7, April
1996
Vintage Guitar Magazine
56-58
Guitars with Guts: The Spanish School, Part II
Numerous photos, extensive text.
Vintage Guitar, Inc., Vol. 10, No. 9, June
1996
Festival Program Book
43-51
The Brune Collection of Rare Guitars
Black and white photos and description of 30 guitars from the Brune collection.
GFA/Mel Bay Publications
1996
Vintage Guitar Magazine
32-34
Guitars with Guts: The Spanish School Part III
Numerous photos and text.
Vintage Guitar, Inc., Vol. 11, No.1, October
1996
Vintage Guitar Magazine
64
Fifty Years of the Modern Guitar
My thoughts on the greatest advances in the last 50 years that affected the marketplace of the guitar.
Vintage Guitar, Inc., Vol. 11, No. 3, December
1996
Vintage Guitar Classics
16-18
Antonio de Torres Ca. 1858
Description and color photos inside and out of my Torres guitar.
Vintage Guitar, Inc. No. 9, December
1997
Great Guitars, by Robert Shaw, ed.
30,31
Flamenco Guitar
Overview of flamenco and photo of my 1934 Santos Hernandez flamenco guitar.
Hugh Lauter Levin Ass., Inc.
1997
Brune Workshop
8 pages
Inventory Newsletter
Features guitars by Hermann Hauser II, Manuel Ramirez, Jeronimo Pena Fernandez, Hermann Hauser I, Domingo Esteso, Rafael Galan, Frank Haselbacher, Paul Jacobson, Tom Rein, Roberto Gomes, etc.
R. E. Brune, No. 11, March
1997
Vintage Guitar Magazine
38-39
Guitars with Guts: Guitar Identification
How to look at a guitar to identify the maker. Should be required reading for every dealer.
Vintage Guitar Inc., Vol 11, No. 6 March
1997
Vintage Guitar Magazine
50-51
Guitars with Guts: Guitar Identification, Part II
If you haven't read these you are either a genius or fool.
Vintage Guitar, Inc., Vol. 11, No. 10, July
1997
Vintage Guitar Magazine
50-52
Guitars with Guts: Antonio de Torres and the Birth of the Modern Guitar
In depth look at Torres with facts and observations not found elsewhere. Numerous photos.
Vintage guitar, Inc., Vol 12, No, 1, October
1997
Soundboard
66-68
Albuquerque, New Mexico: 11th International Flamenco Festival
Review and coverage of this important event. Sharp eyed observers may note that I was advocating an American flamenco festival back in 1968.
GFA, Vol XXIV, No, 2, Fall
1997
Soundboard
20-Sep
Cultural Origins of the Modern Guitar
The full text of my GFA lecture of the fall of 1996 in which I propose that the modern classical guitar is a derivative of the flamenco guitar, and that the Torres Model was developed primarily to satisfy the Gypsy flamenco market.
GFA, Vol. XXIV. No. 2, Fall
1997
American Lutherie
46-49
The Restoration of Agustin Barrios' Francisco Simplicio
Documents the history and restoration of the 1927 Francisco Simplicio No. 156 used by Agustin Barrios, and formerly part of the Brune Collection.
GAL, No. 52, Winter
1998
Vintage Guitar Magazine
58-60
Guitars with Guts: Hermann Hauser I
Documants many previously unpublished facts about Hermann Hauser I and the history of the hauser shop. Numerous photos.
Vintage Guitar Inc., Vol. 12, No. 5, February
1998
Brune Workshop
8 pages
Inventory Newsletter
Features guitars by Ignacio Fleta e hijos, Fleta Sr., Marcelo Barbero, R. E. Brune, Manuel de Soto y Solares, Antonio Emilio Pascual Viudes, Robert Ruck, and Jerome Thibouville-Lamy, along with a Harmann Hauser Sr. lute.
R. E. Brune, No. 12
1998
Vintage Guitar Magazine
40-42
Guitars with Guts: Manuel Ramirez
History, instruments, labels and shop photo of Manuel Ramirez and his apprentices.
Vintage Guitar Inc., Vol 12, No. 9
1998
Vintage Guitar Magazine
104-107
Guitar with Guts: Santos Hernandez
Imortant documentation and history of this legendary 20th century maker. Numerous color and B&W photos of instruments dating from 1890 to 1942.
Vintage Guitar, Inc. Vol. 12, No. 12, September
1998
American Lutherie
15-Aug
Sabicas' 1951 Marcelo Barbero
An account of the re-discovery, history and restoration of this historically important guitar including scaled drawings and photos
Guild of American Luthiers, No. 55, Fall
1998
Vintage Guitar Magazine
42-44
Guitars with Guts: Enrique Garcia
History and documentation of one of the great Spanish makers with photos.
Vintage Guitar, Inc. Vol. 13, No. 3 December
1999
Vintage Guitar Magazine
42-44
Guitars with Guts: Francisco Simplicio
History and documentation of this Barcelona maker with numerous photos and letter.
Vintage Guitar, Inc. Vol. 13, No. 6 March
1999
Vintage Guitar Magazine
48-50
Guitars with Guts: Ignacio Fleta
History of the Fleta family and their instrument making activities, with photos
Vintage Guitar, Inc. Vol. 13, No. 9 June
1999
Vintage Guitar Magazine
48-50
Guitars with Guts: Marcelo Barbero
History and documentation of this 20th century guitarmaking legend
Vintage Guitar, Inc. Vol. 13, No. 12 October
1999
American Lutherie
4
Letter to the Editor
An account of my return to Spain and meeting with El Moraito de Jerez, Jose romanillos and the flamenco community.
Guild of American Luthiers, No. 60 Winter
2000
Vintage guitar Magazine
42-44
Guitars with Guts: Robert Bouchet
History, photos and documentation including the first published page from his notebook showing his soundboard bracing approach.
Vintage Guitar, Inc. Vol. 14, No. 3 January
2000
American Lutherie
64-65
Inquiry Reply
Brief summary of the flamenco guitar neck angle and action set-up.
Guild of American Luthiers No. 61, Spring
2000
Vintage guitar magazine
42-44
Guitars with Guts: Jose Ramirez III
An account of the man, his shop and his influence in the late 20th century with numerous photos
Vintage guitar, Inc. Vol. 14, No. 6, April
2000
Vintage Guitar Magazine
5
Letter to the Editor
Comments regarding the long history of the 7-string guitar
Vintage guitar, Inc. Vol. 14, No. 7 May
2000
Vintage Guitar magazine
60-62
Guitars with Guts: Leopoldo Franciolini, Master Forger
An account of the Italian musical instrument forger featuring two of his better fakes, with photos.
Vintage Guitar, Inc. Vol. 14, No. 9 July
2000
Soundboard
7
Jim Norris
Obituary for Chicago classical guitar pioneer Jim Norris
Guitar Foundation of America, Vol. XXVII, No. 1 Summer
2000
American Lutherie
3
Letter to the Editor
Obituary and farewell to Jim Norris, Chicago classical guitar pioneer.
Guild of American Luthiers No. 62, Summer
2000
Vintage Guitar Magazine
54-56
Guitars with Guts: Classic Fakery, Manuel Ramirez' "Torres"
Documentation of a fake Torres made intentionally to deceive
Vintage Guitar, Inc. Vol. 14, No. 12 October
2001
Vintage Guitar Magazine
36-37
Guitars with Guts: Instrument Modifications
Brief discussion of the history of instrument modifications and their affect on instrument values.
Vintage Guitar, Inc. Vol. 15, No. 3 January
2001
Vintage Guitar Magazine
66-67
Guitars with Guts: Varnishes
An overview of musical instrument varnishes.
Vintage Guitar, Inc. Vol. 15, No. 6 April
2001
Vintage Guitar Magazine
62-63
Guitars with Guts: Marcelo Barbero Obituary
A translation and annotation of the Spanish obituary from 1956
Vintage Guitar, Inc. Vol. 15, No. 9 July