Protest Music Comes Back to Life at Rutgers
1 May 2014
In the age of social media and TV commercials, it's hard to imagine singing a song to deliver a political message. But that's just what artists did in the 17th century. Historians and musicians recently gathered at Rutgers to recreate their music that hasn't been heard for centuries. Watch our video and take a trip back in time. Story: Check out the Rutgers Today news website - Connect with us on Facebook - Follow us on Twitter - Instagram - Pinterest -
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On the Q---_s Conception. (Tune: "Packington's Pound")
Anonymous: BALLAD. To the Tune of Couragio
Anonymous: Alta Trinita
Agostini: Quando l'ira del cielo
Vierdanck: Ich freue mich im Herren
Traditional: Barbara Allen
Fusu: A Winter Song
Fusu: Steaua Sus Rasare
Anonymous: Plus bele que flor/Quant revient/L'autrier joer/Flos Filius
Anonymous: Mout me fu grief li departir/Robin m'aime/Portare
Anonymous: Variations for recorder and basso continuo
Anonymous: Alle psallite cum luya

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