Secular music of the Renaissance

United Kingdom, 1972

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David Munroe and the Early English Consort of London present English and Italian secular music of the Renaissance. The instruments, which are introduced before each piece of music, include cornet, sackbut, shawm, crumhorn, cittern, chitarrone and pandora.

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producer

Paul Kafno

production company

Open University

Language

English

Duration

00:25:23:00

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