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    Just on the off-chance ...
    I'm making a documentary about an archaeological dig and I need some suitable later medieval and Tudor music. I could do with a regal fanfare or two as links and some suitable for montages (dance or sacred).
    Whilst the film is strictly amateur, versions will be used by the Friend of Woking Palace in talks they give and on permanent display at a local museum (so my IAC licence, which allows the use of commercial music under certain circumstances only does not apply)..
    So I'm looking for buy-out (but cheap - I'm not getting expenses), free or public domain.

    Any suggestions?

    Update: I've come across some sacred music by New Zealand groups "Tudor Consort" which is available for use under the Creative Commons 3 licence "With Attribution". How fantastic of them to make that available.

    For anyone interested here's the link: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Th...schali_Laudes/.

    So I'm covered for some more solemn background stuff, but I still need to find some suitable fanfares and lighter instrumental music.
    Last edited by TimStannard; 01-10-2016 at 10:25 PM.
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    Not sure if one of these fits your needs:

    Fiddles McGinty by Kevin MacLeod McGinty http://incompetech.com/music/royalty...c=USUAN1400051
    Castles Of The North by TeknoAXE http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_3.php?q=829
    Crunk Knight by Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com/music/royalty...c=USUAN1400044
    Adragante - harmonies http://www.jamendo.com/de/track/324377/harmonies
    Brigan Ensamble - Whisky in the jar http://storage.newjamendo.com/downlo...0the%20jar.mp3
    Dan-O - Beggers Isle http://www.danosongs.com/music/danos...ggers-isle.mp3
    Kevin Macleod - Long Road Ahead http://music.incompetech.com/royalty...0Ahead%20B.mp3
    One set reel by Brigan Ensamble http://storage.newjamendo.com/downlo...set%20reel.mp3

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    Quote Originally Posted by XXLRay View Post
    Not sure if one of these fits your needs:

    Fiddles McGinty by Kevin MacLeod McGinty http://incompetech.com/music/royalty...c=USUAN1400051
    Castles Of The North by TeknoAXE http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_3.php?q=829
    Crunk Knight by Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com/music/royalty...c=USUAN1400044
    Adragante - harmonies http://www.jamendo.com/de/track/324377/harmonies
    Brigan Ensamble - Whisky in the jar http://storage.newjamendo.com/downlo...0the%20jar.mp3
    Dan-O - Beggers Isle http://www.danosongs.com/music/danos...ggers-isle.mp3
    Kevin Macleod - Long Road Ahead http://music.incompetech.com/royalty...0Ahead%20B.mp3
    One set reel by Brigan Ensamble http://storage.newjamendo.com/downlo...set%20reel.mp3

    Like the Kevin Macleod 'crunk Knight' piece

    Have used Kevin Macleod's 'long road ahead' in a couple of my own pieces. not strictly medieval but does work with lots of things.

    Personally id go for this ...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LKTngFdEueQ
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    Thanks for the suggestions, XXLRay. Unfortunately virtually all are distinctly "Celtic". It may sound very similar to early English dance to you (and indeed there are definite similarities) but to English ears it is quite different - and many of teh intended audience will notice.

    "Crunk Knight" is great, but I fear it will only server to emphasise the rather slow pace of the video.

    I'm hoping someone might know of/come across some historical/revivalist musicians/bands who might not be averse to me using some of their stuff.

    enc. Human League (quite apart from the copyright issue) - I don't think so
    Tim

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    Tim - if you recall the movie "knights tale" with Heath Ledger - they used a David Bowie tune for the big dance number - given the circumstances, this might be appropriate for your movie as well - just a thought - plus I need to tell you that dirges are positively out for 2016 - so nice try for the gregorian chants

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    No big issue - I know that they are not perfect but they are free

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimStannard View Post
    Just on the off-chance ...
    I'm making a documentary about an archaeological dig and I need some suitable later medieval and Tudor music. I could do with a regal fanfare or two as links and some suitable for montages (dance or sacred).
    Whilst the film is strictly amateur, versions will be used by the Friend of Woking Palace in talks they give and on permanent display at a local museum (so my IAC licence, which allows the use of commercial music under certain circumstances only does not apply)..
    So I'm looking for buy-out (but cheap - I'm not getting expenses), free or public domain.

    Any suggestions?

    Update: I've come across some sacred music by New Zealand groups "Tudor Consort" which is available for use under the Creative Commons 3 licence "With Attribution". How fantastic of them to make that available.

    For anyone interested here's the link: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Th...schali_Laudes/.

    So I'm covered for some more solemn background stuff, but I still need to find some suitable fanfares and lighter instrumental music.
    just listened to your free music site - really good - nice clean sounds - great tip!

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    Here is hat I was thinking ...

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    That voice wasn't as horrible as I expected :P

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    Suonatore di Liutoa by Kevin MacLeod?: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty...c=USUAN1400023

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