Pavan 3 by Luys Milan (16th century)
This work, printed in Valencia, Spain in 1536, also includes forty fantasias (a type of free-form piece) for solo vihuela, and some 22 songs with vihuela accompaniment. In addition, El Maestro is the earliest source containing verbal indications of tempo and a set of instructions for playing the vihuela.
Renaissance Era. 44 measures. Key of c. 4/4 Time Signature. Some Barre Chords.