in St Paul's Church, London - 12 March, 1525
from The Anatomie of the Bodie of Man, page 169:
[The extract is from the Appendix of Documents in The Anatomie of the Bodie of Man. Original spelling retained]
1525, March 11. Bonfires, Music and festivities, for the taking of the French King, Francis I, at the Siege of Pavia, on Feb. 24 1525.
Bounfires and great triumph was made in London for the taking of the French king, on saturdaie the eleuenth of March; and on the morrow after, being sundaie, the twelfe of March, the king came to Paules, and there heard a solemn masse; and after the same was ended, the queere sang Te Deum and the minstrels plaid on euerie side.
Thomas Vicary, and Frederick J. Furnivall and Percy Furnivall (ed.), The Anatomie of the Bodie of Man, volume 1 (London, 1888), p. 169. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1513266052347 accessed: 9 August, 2022
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|Te Deum||performed by Choir, Minstrels|
|Date/Time||12 March, 1525|
|Listening Environment||in the company of others, indoors, in public|