I'm happy to share the info with you : i've just received today a new anthology published by the spanish "Sociedad de la Vihuela" (google it to find the order form) called "La dedicasse : musica barroca transcrita para laud renacentista". The two authors, David Hernandez and Gabriel Fernandez, transcribed baroque pieces for an 8-course lute but, of course, the music can be played on a 10-course, archlute, or even a guitar with minor adaptations. The table of content is quite generous :
Denis Gaultier : suite in F, Jacques Gallot : suite in F + chaconne in c, Charles Mouton : suite in g, miscellanous pieces by Lully, Marais, de Visée, JS Bach : prelude 995, chaconne 1004, suites 1007 and 1008, Weiss : suite 34, Zamboni : suite n°9 (this one is the only in italian tablature, like the original, all others pieces are in french tab).
It's an incredible body of work, carefully edited on a beautiful paper, which deserves to be widespread among lutenists and multi-strings guitarists.