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Watkin's Ale

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A song thought to have roots in Elizabethan England, sung by travelling musicians. This version includes diminutions that are found in the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book. Several different instrumentations are possible here! 

Watkin’s Ale is also included in the collection ‘Three Songs for Dancing & Drinking’.

Composer:  Anonymous

Year: 16th Century

Pages: 9 - score and parts

Minutes (approx.): 1m30s

Scoring: ATTB (alternatively SATB or AATB)

Difficulty: Moderate, with moderate/challenging soprano line
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