Praetorius calls this an octave lute, with the chanterelle C or D.
Another kind of hackbrett7 (a psaltery), which was played with the fingers, was known to Praetorius.
Praetorius (b. 1571) says a Galliard has five steps, and is therefore called Cinque Pas.
Praetorius,6 writing when the lute was in universal favour, mentions seven varieties distinguished by size and tuning.
Praetorius (b. 1571), however, says the Passe mezzo is so called because it has only half as many steps as a Galliard.
I had in mind the definition of a capriccio given by Praetorius, the celebrated musical authority of the eighteenth century.