minstrel: Re: Pastime with Good Company

Stephen Fryer sfryer at prcn.org
Fri Jun 17 12:12:59 PDT 2005

Robert Warden wrote

> King Henry VIII wrote a song called Pastime With Good Company" that is 
> often sung as SCA and other medieval events.  It's a very catchy tune 

> However, I recently found a print of the original music, which is 
> slightly different.
> http://tudorhistory.org/topics/music/picts/pastime.jpg
> Note the 17th note.  Why is the sharp there?  Am I missing something?

I'm afraid I don't see the sharp you are referring to, unless it be that 
you are mistaking the double-l of "untyll" which is written beneath.

Stephen Fryer
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