ERARS, Jehan (1200-10 - 1258-59)
de la HALLE, Adam (1245-50 - 1285-88)
LANCASTER, Henry IV (1367-1413)
LANDINI, Francesco (c.1325 - 1397)
MACHAUT, Guillaume de (c.1300 - 1377)
PEROTIN (c.1159 - c.1205)
RICHARD I Lionheart (1157-1199)
ANONYMOUS or unattributed
- Sanctus - Attributed to "Roy Henri", quite possibly written by the King himself. (6k, 2:06)
- Omnis curet homo (3.8k, 1:45)
- Deo gracias Anglia (the Agincourt Carol) (4.1k, 1:36) (lyrics)
- Tant a soutille (5.9k, 2:53) - This is probably anonymous, but the score I have doesn't make that clear. If you know of an attribution, please let me know.
- Benedicamus domino (1.2k, 0:47) - Melismatic organum
- Agnus dei (1.6k, 0:50) - Free organum
- Angelus ad virginem (1.8k, 0:28)
- Angelus ad Virgenem - another arrangement (2.0, 0:40)
- Sumer is icumen in (3.7k, 0:48) - The earliest extant English round, from the 13th century. (lyrics)
- Summer is icumen in (4.8k, 0:53) - Another arrangement
- Conductus (2.5k, 1:13)
- Cantigas de Santa María
- Instrumental dances (classification from McGee, Medieval Instrumental Dances)
- Bassa Danza
- Estampie (1.5k, 0:19)
- Estampie (2.9k, 0:52) - 13th C.
- Estampie (6.7k, 1:10) - 14th C.
- Ductia (1.4k, 0:24)
- Danse Royale (2.6k, 0:29)
- La Rotta (2.6k, 0:29) - 14th C.
- Lamento di Tristano (4.8k, 1:38) - 14th C.
- Song of the Ass (4.6k, 1:19) (lyrics)
- Song of the Ass - based on an arrangement I heard on a CD (3.7, 1:07) (lyrics)
- Greensleeves - Most people seem to associate this tune with the Middle Ages, but I have read that its musical patterns put it firmly in the late 1600s. Other tunes called "Greensleeves" are older, but still not Mediæval. (4.6k, 1:06)
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