Find the best gifts and accessories for lute players and enthusiasts. Shop for classical and contemporary music, T-shirts, posters, buttons, computer mouse pads, colorful postcards, and more unique lute gifts.
Lute Player Carousing with a Young Woman
Dutch Golden Age Artist Hendrick ter Brugghen
Gallery Wrapped Canvas Art Print
Lute music has been a crowd pleaser for centuries–since 13th century Europe to be exact. These music selections are some of our favorites for easy listening and relaxation. Give the gift of music.
More Lute Gifts
If you love Lute Music, you will love these gifts for Lute lovers.
Shirts are a great gift for musicians and music lovers. Choose from dozens of styles and colors, in sizes for everyone from infants to adults. Click on any design to see what’s available.
If you’re looking for inexpensive lute gifts, colorful postcards are always one of our top picks. They’re great for keeping in touch with friends and family, and pretty enough to display. These measure 4.25 by 5.6 inches and are printed on ultra-heavyweight (120 lb.) card stock with a gloss finish.
Lute Mouse Pads
Lute-inspired mouse pads are available in two designs. The basic mouse pad measures 9.25 by 7.75 inches, with a durable dust and stain resistant cloth cover. The gel mouse pad measures 9 1/8 by 10 1/4 inches and is also dust and stain resistant. It features gel-pad wrist support and a non-skid base. Both mouse pad designs are a welcome decorative touch for any desk or work space.
We love buttons because they’re an inexpensive and fun gift for music lovers. These standard size square buttons measure 2 inches by 2 inches. Designs are printed on 100% recycled paper and covered with scratch and UV-resistant Mylar. Some designs allow you to change the background color for a customized gift. Choose from a rainbow of vibrant hues.
What is a Lute?
17th Century Baroque Lute Music
Performed by Ken Brodkey
Not only does he play the instrument beautifully, he’s a respected luthier–a master lute builder. Ken Brodkey built his first lute from a kit in 1976, while working on his music degree at Cal State Northridge (CSUN), in southern California. The project was so successful that he began an apprenticeship the following year.
William Shakespeare (Henry III)
Take thy lute, wench: my soul grows sad with troubles;
Sing, and disperse ’em, if thou canst: leave working.