Hija Mia ("My Daughter") This song comes from the Sephardic tradition of Spanish-speaking Jews expelled from Spain in the 15th Century. The language is Ladino, a dialect of Spanish with archaic features.
|"Les Bouffons" and "Helas Madame" played and sung at Basing House, Hampshire. Helas Madame was allegedly written by Henry VIII to proclaim undying love to one woman for all of his life. The video includes our late percussionist Mike Edwards.|
|A half-hour video of 3 members of Waytes and Measures ("Lightwaytes" or "Half Measures") playing for a Tudor Day at Basing House, Basingstoke, singing Tudor songs and getting the audience to dance. The video includes our late percussionist Mike Edwards.||One of our first appearances, the Mayor's Charity concert in 2011 when we played "Washerwoman's Branle" and "The Bear Dance".|