Instruments of the Middles Ages and Renaissance

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David Munrow only wrote one book, and it was essentially an accompaniment to two records which acted as musical "illustrations" of specific Early Instruments such as the crumhorn, hurdy-gurdy, sackbut,
lute, et cetera.


He produced something similar  called the Mediaeval Sound (a single record) which involved a vocal introduction on each instrument on side one. Munrow believed that discussing such a subject not only required written material, but also musical examples...otherwise it was all rather pointless.




Musica Reservata also did something similar.(see links below)



http://www.discogs.com/David-Munrow-Early-Music-Consort-Of-London-Instruments-Of-The-Middle-Ages-And-Renaissance/master/404309








































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