Item number 1360012,
"Early Music For The Bowed Psaltery" contains 30 compositions from the 13th to the 18th centuries. Arranged as solos, duets, trios, quartets, and rounds for bowed psaltery, or any treble instrument such as the flute, recorder or violin.A wonderful collection of European music from the Medieval, Renaissance, and early Baroque Periods, "Early Music For The Bowed Psaltery" belongs in every psaltery player's library.Song list:Sumer Is Icumen In (The Cuckoo Song) Sterla Do Dia - From: "Cantigas De Santa Marie" Como Poden Per Sas Culpas (The Lame Man Healed) - From: "Cantigas De Santa Marie" Unto Us Is Born A Son (Puer Nobis Nascitur) - Composed by: Moosburg Gradual Veni, Veni Emanuel (Key Of C) Veni, Veni Emanuel (Key Of G) Lauda All In A Garden Green - Composed by: William Byrd Ballet Du Roy I - Composed by: Michael Praetorius Ballet Du Roy II & III - Composed by: Michael Praetorius Bell Qui Tiens Ma Vie - Composed by: Thoinot Arbeau Branle De L'Officiele - Composed by: Thoinot Arbeau Branle De La Torche - Composed by: Michael Praetorius Canon - Composed by: Thomas Tallis Carman's Whistle - Composed by: William Byrd Come Live With Me - From: "The Merry Wives Of Windsor" Fortune My Foe (Key Of C) - From: "The Merry Wives Of Windsor" Fortune My Foe (Key Of G) - From: "The Merry Wives Of Windsor" Gaillarde - Composed by: Claude Gervaise Greensleeves - Composed by: Henry Tudor Lord Willoughby's Welcome Home - Composed by: John Dowland On This Day The Earth Shall Ring Where Griping Grief - Composed by: Richard Edwards Hold Thy Peace - From: "Twelfth Night" We Be Soldiers Three - From: "A Winter's Tale" Gathering Peascods - Composed by: John Playford Goddesses - Composed by: John Playford Hornpipe From Abdelazer (Hole In The Wall) - Composed by: Henry Purcell Newcastle - Composed by: John Playford Jenny Pluck Pears - Composed by: John Playford Rondo From Abdelazer - Composed by: Henry Purcell Sellenger's Round - Composed by: John Playford
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