Song Of The Marionettes by Anonymous

Song Of The Marionettes by Anonymous

renaissance Lute The Renaissance (which means “rebirth or “revival”) began around 1400 and ended in the early 1600s. The musicians and artists of the Renaissance looked back to classical models, spawning a new era of artistic growth. With the invention of the printing press, music became avaialble to the public as never before.

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Menuet in D by Anonymous

Menuet in D by Anonymous

renaissance Lute The Renaissance (which means “rebirth or “revival”) began around 1400 and ended in the early 1600s. The musicians and artists of the Renaissance looked back to classical models, spawning a new era of artistic growth. With the invention of the printing press, music became avaialble to the public as never before.

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Lamento Di Tristan by Anonymous

Lamento Di Tristan by Anonymous

renaissance Lute The Renaissance (which means “rebirth or “revival”) began around 1400 and ended in the early 1600s. The musicians and artists of the Renaissance looked back to classical models, spawning a new era of artistic growth. With the invention of the printing press, music became avaialble to the public as never before.

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The Coolin by Anonymous

The Coolin by Anonymous

renaissance Lute The Renaissance (which means “rebirth or “revival”) began around 1400 and ended in the early 1600s. The musicians and artists of the Renaissance looked back to classical models, spawning a new era of artistic growth. With the invention of the printing press, music became avaialble to the public as never before.

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Czech Medley by Anonymous

Czech Medley by Anonymous

renaissance Lute The Renaissance (which means “rebirth or “revival”) began around 1400 and ended in the early 1600s. The musicians and artists of the Renaissance looked back to classical models, spawning a new era of artistic growth. With the invention of the printing press, music became avaialble to the public as never before.

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Minuet in E by Anonymous

Minuet in E by Anonymous

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Baroque Anonymous The library of the Benedictine monastery in Kremsmiunster, Austria, contains a valuable collection of manuscript lute books of the 17th amd 18th cemturies. Many of the works are anonymous. The minuet of this period may be characterized as an elegant dance form of lively tempo, graceful rather than rapid.

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Minuet in G by Anonymous

Minuet in G by Anonymous

Level Beginner

Baroque Anonymous The library of the Benedictine monastery in Kremsmiunster, Austria, contains a valuable collection of manuscript lute books of the 17th amd 18th cemturies. Many of the works are anonymous. The minuet of this period may be characterized as an elegant dance form of lively tempo, graceful rather than rapid.

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Sarabande by Anonymous

Sarabande by Anonymous

Level Beginner

Baroque Anonymous By the late 17th century the sarabande had become a stately and dignified component of the baroque suite, in triple time with frequent stress or prolongation of the second beat of the measure. It is curious that it seems to bear no relationship to the quick dance of the same name which in the late 16th century was banned by Phillip II of Spain of it lasciviousness.

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Korobeiniki1 by Anon

Korobeiniki1 by Anonymous (Russian)

Tetris “Korobeiniki” (Russian: Коробейники, English translation: Peddlers), also known as the Tetris song is a nineteenth-century Russian folk song that tells of an incident between a peddler and a girl “haggling” over a price, with the details only being said in metaphor. In western culture, the song is primarily known for being used as the “Type A” music in the 1989 Game Boy version of the puzzle game Tetris.

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Korobeiniki by Anon

Korobeiniki by Anonymous (Russian)

Tetris “Korobeiniki” (Russian: Коробейники, English translation: Peddlers), also known as the Tetris song is a nineteenth-century Russian folk song that tells of an incident between a peddler and a girl “haggling” over a price, with the details only being said in metaphor. In western culture, the song is primarily known for being used as the “Type A” music in the 1989 Game Boy version of the puzzle game Tetris.

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