As Walther sings Sachs takes it down in tablature, calling out to him what sections are next required.
The first time he asked admittance to show you the tablature, and you did not want to receive him, I persuaded you to do so.
This set of thoughts is like the tablature prescribed to the singing animal above mentioned.
Robinson gives instructions for learning to play the cittern and for reading the tablature.
type of musical notation for lute or stringed instrument, 1570s, from French tablature (1550s), from Latin tabula "table" (see table (n.)); influenced by Italian tavolatura, from tavolare "to board, plank, enclose with boards."
tablature tab·la·ture (tāb'lə-chur', -chər)
An engraved tablet or surface.
The cranial bones considered as two laminae separated by the diploe.