A Middle Ages and Renaissance Hit Parade

Allemande: The Honeysuckle - rauschpfeife, zink, lizard, sacbut, krumhorn, serpent - Holborne (died 1602)

In the Merry Month of May - soprano and alto recorders - Youll (fl. 1608)

Have you seen but a white lily grow? - soprano, lute - Anonymous (early 17th century)

Greensleeves - bass and great bass recorders - Anonymous (16th century)

Sir John Smith, His Almain - lute - Dowland (1562-1626)

Schafertanz - organetto, bass krummhorn, recorder, lute - Susato

Three Blind Mice - soprano, tenor, baritone - Ravenscroft

Derrie ding ding dasson - audience, ensemble - Ravenscroft

Sweet Kate - soprano, tenor and soprano recorders, gamba - Jones (fl. 1597-1615)

Bobbing Joe - dancers - Anon. (17th century)

I Care not for These Ladies - baritone, lute - Morley (1557-1602)

Ic draghe de mutse clutse - rebec, alto and bass krummhorns, recorder - Obrecht (1450-1505)

Mille regretz - soprano, tenor, bass and greatbass recorders, gamba - Josquin des Pres (c.1440-1547)

Washerwoman's branle - dancers, ensemble - Arbeau (1520-1595)

War Branle - dancers, ensemble - Arbeau

C'est a grand tort - soprano, lute - Sermisy (c.1490-1562)

Douce dame - ensemble - Machaut (c.1300-1377)

Chichilichi-Cucurucu - krummhorn trio - da Nola? (16th century)

Sumer is icumen in - ensemble - Anon. (14th century)


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