Judenkunig was a German lutenist and instructor who visited Vienna before 1518 while the last many years of his existence (1518-1526) were spent there. The principal efforts that Judenkunig designed to the musical globe had been his two pedagogical lute books. “Utilis et compendiaria introductio” founded a basis for playing the lute and included tracks and ode configurations in two and three parts. The next publication, “Ain schone kunstliche Underweisung. . .zu lernen auff der Lautten und Geygen,” was written in two parts. The 1st part worried the intablature from the fingering as well as the five positions for the remaining hand, as the second component was a musical manual of teaching and illustration of intabulating vocal music.