Description: Historic, Historic-Medieval, Specialty, Classical, Classical-Renaissance, Adventure, Regional, Ethnic, International, Majestic, Traveling, Airy, Beautiful, Peaceful, Passionate, Light, Exotic, Expressive, Simple, Romantic, Gentle, Wordly, in a Adventurous, Mysterious, Reflective mood, featuring Flute, Ethnic, Guitar, Acoustic, Pan, with a Mid tempo

Description: Playfellow, in A-major, by an anonymous renaissance composer played on guitar. 6/8 tempo

Description: Marching Snare Drum for Medieval Italian flag waving. Recorded during a Italian medieval feast.

Description: Gentle, but stirring and emotional Christmas theme from around the Middle Ages. A kindly, fresh faced fair maiden elegantly waltzes around a forest glade choosing holly and berries for her Lord and masters table, as the snow gently falls. Great for historical documentary, television and drama. 60sec and 30sec full and underscore mixes

Description: The Boar’s Head carol was the first carol to be published in English, the first print dating to 1521. It has been recorded by artists such as Steeleye Span. This arrangment is with piano and harp and makes a great fit for historical documentaries or Medieval and Renaissance period drama applications.

Description: An evocative medieval piece in the style of Middle Ages England. Using traditional instruments, it has a sombre and delicate beauty with melodies evolving and returning. Invoking scenes of castles, knights and banquets, it is ideal for any historic TV, Film or animation production set in Ye Olden Times.

Description: An evocative medieval piece in the style of Middle Ages England. Using traditional instruments, it has a sombre and delicate beauty with melodies evolving and returning. Invoking scenes of castles, knights and banquets, it is ideal for any historic TV, Film or animation production set in Ye Olden Times.

Description: An evocative medieval piece in the style of Middle Ages England. Using traditional instruments, it has a sombre and delicate beauty with melodies evolving and returning. Invoking scenes of castles, knights and banquets, it is ideal for any historic TV, Film or animation production set in Ye Olden Times.

Description: Jolly & upbeat version of the traditional English folk song from Northumberland. Also known as 'Dance Ti Thy Daddy' or 'Thou shall have a fishy'. Opens with whistle & harmonica, then acoustic guitar joins, building to accordion band style - versions with & w/o sea fx. Main, 30" flute & 30" accord

Description: Jolly, old English, maypole dance featuring traditional instrumentation. Uptempo historic style theme from around the medieval period. Main mix, underscore and 30 sec cuts available

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