Traditional (tune); Various (lyrics) -- 16th century
Greensleeves is a traditional English folk song found in several late-16th-century and early 17th-century sources. There is a belief that it was composed by Henry VIII for Anne Boleyn, however the piece is most likely Elizabethan in origin.
"Greensleeves" is a traditional English folk song and tune, over a ground either of
the form called a romanesca; of its slight variant, the passamezzo antico; of the ...
Aug 29, 2013 ... Traditional English Folk Song - "Greensleeves" An instrumental arrangement
based on a recorded or transcribed midi sequence by Claude ...
Aug 19, 2006 ... Images of nature with Greensleeves performed by David Nevue. 7.3 million views
A traditional English song, there is no consensus on who composed "
Greensleeves." It has been attributed to Henry VIII, the much married King of
England, with ...
Jul 10, 2010 ... The video footage is mine, featuring trees and plants from Tacoma's Swan Creek
park/nature reserve. The song and all rights to it belong to its ...
Greensleeves - Chords and lyrics, plus a recording and an explanation of this folk
Oct 28, 2016 ... A widespread belief exists that the song Greensleeves was composed by none
other than King Henry VIII following an early rejection of his love ...
Midi File, Lyrics and Information to Greensleeves. ... A reading of the lyrics shows
it is not a sweet, innocuous love song, but a plea from a 16th century ...
Mar 10, 2010 ... In researching the post, I discovered that in the U.K., Greensleeves is the ... This
makes sense, as the song originates in their neck of the woods.