My Lady Wynkfyld’s Rownde for Recorder Ensemble

Anonymous 16th Century, arranged by Martin Watson
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Programme Note: An arrangement by Martin Watson of The Short Mesure Off My Lady Wynkfyld’s Rownde for recorder example. The music was originally written for keyboard around the year 1520 by a composer whose name is now unknown.

Score ID
Anonymous 16th Century, arranged by Martin Watson
Year of composition
Year of arrangement
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
3 minutes
Quartet of Treble Recorders
Classical music
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