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Martu and Marti L

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gabriela meyer

on 3 May 2017

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Transcript of Martu and Marti L

MUSIC
Music was of great importance in Tudor times. Musicians were supported by the Church, city and state, and particularly in royal and aristocratic courts. As interest in music widened, there were many more job opportunities and possibilities for apprenticeship. For example, there were now jobs for choirmasters, singers, teachers, composers, and instrument builders. The rising merchant class of the later Tudor period also gave rise to more musical patrons. With the invention of music printing, music books became more affordable and therefore more available.

Several of the Tudor kings and queens were skilled at the lute and Elizabeth I was particularly good at the virginals. Henry VIII was also a composer of several songs.
A glittern given from Elithabeth I to Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester
In which time the music was created?
Consequently, music may have been in existence for at least 55,000 years and the first music may have been invented in Africa and then evolved to become a fundamental constituent of human life.
HENRY VIII PASTIME WITH GOOD COMPANY
HENRY VIII

Pastime with good company (lyrics)
Consort IV
Consort XXIV
Taunder naken
Gentil prince de renom
Helas madame
Whereto should I express
En vray amoure


FROM THE HENRY VIII MANUSCRIPT

I am a jolly foster
Si fortune
Jay pryse amours
An I were a maiden


ENGLISH COUNTRY DANCES AND ROUNDS

The shepherds hey (A traditional Morris Dance tune)
The new rigged ship (Piper's fancy)
Rufty tufty
Country jig
Cobbler's hornpipe
Sumer is icumen in (1) 13th c. English Round
Summer is icumen in (2)


CAROLS

The Boar's Head (lyrics)
Coventry Carol (lyrics)


The above tunes are courtesy of the Internet Renaissance Band and are copyright Curtis Clark, used with permission.





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