List of Mixed Style Tablatures:

Foscarini c1630
Foscarini c1632
Corbetta 1639
Trombetti 1639b
Bartolotti 1640
Carbonchi 1640
Foscarini 1640
Foscarini c1640
Corbetta 1643
Calvi 1646
Granata 1646
Valdambrini 1646
Valdambrini 1647
Corbetta 1648
Pesori 1648
Pesori c1648
Granata 1650
Pellegrini 1650
Granata 1651
Banfi 1653
Bartolotti c1655
Granata 1659
Pesori c1660a
Pesori c1660b
Bottazzari 1663
Coriandoli 1670
Carré 1671
Corbetta 1671
Asioli 1674
Corbetta 1674
Granata 1674
Sanz 1674

Pesori c1675
Asioli 1676
Ribayaz 1677
Grénerin 1680
Granata 1680
Matteis 1682
Granata 1684
Visée 1686
Kremberg 1689
Roncalli 1692
Derosier c1696
Nivers 1696
Sanz 1697
Derosier 1699


The mixed style (called battute e pizzicate in Italian) appeared in print in the 1630s and combines strummed chords with individually plucked notes. Most of the printed tablatures use a combination of Italian lute tablature and the standard alfabeto letters:

Bartolotti 1655

The small vertical dashes on the first staff line indicate down strums (below the line) or up strums (above the line). Full chords are indicated by letters ("B" = a C major chord in open position; "D" = the common A minor chord), while chords using less than five courses are written out in tablature, as are individually plucked notes.