#1
Okay, so for my 7th hour English Class, we have to do something Shakespearian (sp?). And I want to do some old english music, while my buddy Drew reads a selection from Julius Caesar. If anyone can tell me where to find like...old english music from the 1400-1600 era, it would really be appriciated.
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#2
Do you mean you yourself performing music or putting recorded music on a stereo?

If you mean the former, here's a sheet music site:
http://www.musicaviva.com/fsmd/list.tpl?category=renaissance

If you meant like, a CD of songs, you can find those on Barnesandnoble, Amazon, Buy.com, whatever.

Though I have to ask: Why, if you're reading from a play set in ancient Rome would you want to accompany it with music from the renaissance? Are you going for music from the time it was written?
#3
Yeah, I've got to use music for the time it was written, and I'm looking for some tabs or something that would sound like old english, thanks for the link
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