Silvius Leopold Weiss
The Moscow manuscript (Tim Crawford)
An excellent piece of writing on the historical and technical aspects of the Moscow manuscipt.
To my knowledge, Tim Crawford's research is the only one accessible to the public.
About the London & Dresden manuscripts (Tim Crawford)
T.Crawford, SL Weiss Congress, Freiburg, September 1992
Tim Crawford's research page
A summary of Tim Crawford's research on Weiss and other topics
The Thibault manuscripts
Arthur Ness on the manuscripts, that formerly belonged to Madame Geneviève Thibault (Comtesse de Chambure). There are two Weiss manuscripts included.
Richard Civiol's tablature page
You can download several lute tablatures included some Weiss manuscripts
Jean-Daniel Forget's tablature page
Jean-Daniel Forget offers transcriptions of many Weiss manuscripts and other works
in tablature, modern notation and midi file.
David Charlton's Weiss biography
A detailed biography of Weiss, based on Douglas A.Smith's work - in the meantime a little bit outdated.
A Poet's description
Johann Ulrich König's description of the lute playing of Silvius Leopold Weiss and a possible
link between Weiss and David Kellner by Kenneth Spar.
The Reconstructions of Weiss's Lute Duos by Charlie Schröder (public domain)
Karl-Ernst Schröder has reconstructed all Dresden lute duos by S.L. Weiss and one of the London ensemble sonatas (S-C 20).
You can download this wonderful music for 2 baroque lutes here.