Post some music from at least before 1700 CE.
Ancient Roman music:
Ancient Greek music:
I'm obsessed with this Greek chant, but I can't find any information about the choir.
Plato wrote a lot about musical styles in ancient greece. (thats why today you hear about the different modes, for example: Ionian, Frigian, Dorian, etc...)
About music pieces proper, I'm not sure.
I know that the ancients had some sort of music notation I believe, maybe some excerpts survived?
/r/ing someone else whos knowledgeable about this to answer, I'm also very interested
Roman Kyrie, 6th century AD
This ones amazing. Check out that whole channel, he has damn near the entire Ensemble Organum discography uploaded I think.
14th century Scottish march based on a song sung by soldiers during the First Scottish War of Independence. Later used by armies under Joan of Arc during the Hundred Years' War.
I mean, they all have parallel keys and the triads are either major or minor (except for Locrian), but the flatted and sharpened notes and figuring out what mode you are in can be complicated
Who /renaissance/ here?