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Clicking on the 3 arrows (>>>) after any of the titles, you get to the page where you can listen to the song, read the notes and a short desctiption of the instrument, and also you can find the lyrics there, both the original and the translation in most cases.
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Title (English / Original)By (source)Instrument
The siege and conquest of Alhama / Romance de la pérdida de Alhama >>>Luis de Narváez / Perez de HitaVihuela
Joyous Lady our mother / Boldogasszony anyánk >>>folk songArchlute
Rest Sweet Nymphs >>>Francis Pilkington8 chorus renaissance lute
Off / El >>>Szabados, István / Udvarhelyi, LászlóArchlute
So, we’ll go no more a-roving >>>Richard Dyer-Bennet / Lord ByronLute-guitar
Come Holy Ghost >>>Richard AllisonArchlute
Lauda Sion >>>Saint Thomas Aquinas / Kájoni, János8 chorus renaissance lute
Pilgrim of Sorrow >>>spirituala cappella
Weep you no more, sad fountains >>>John DowlandArchlute
Overture >>>Domján, GáborCello (Falvay, Edit), chorus (Szentimrevárosi Szent Alberik), lutes and other instruments (Domján, Gábor)
Paint it Black >>>Rolling Stones, Jagger / RichardsGuitar
Tramp on the Street >>>Grady & Hazel ColecapoGuitar
Music for a While >>>Henry Purcell / John DrydenViola da gamba (N. Bartha, Anna), Lute (L. Kecskés, András), harp (Kecskés, Péter), contralto and bass lute (Domján, Gábor)
The Three Butterflies / سه پروانه >>>Armand Amar / Attar Farid-ad-din, (from the film: Bab ’Aziz)Oud
For wine drinkers / Borivóknak való >>>Balassi, Bálint8 chorus renaissance lute
Bless us Oh Lord Almighty >>>Balassi, BálintTheorbo
On a stony high cliff / Magos kősziklának >>>folk songSoprano (Jeni Melia), Lute (L. Kecskés, András)
Where are you my sweetheart (Hová készülsz szívem) >>>folk songGuitar
Hear the rooster crow (Szól a kakas már) >>>folk songGuitar
The Great Mystery >>>Domján, GáborGuitar
Elle a fait un bébé toute seulle >>>Jean Jacques GoldmanGuitar