Medieval music encompasses the rich and varied musical traditions of

Europe from roughly the 5th to the 15th century. This era, characterized

by the fall of the Roman Empire and the dawn of the Renaissance, saw

the evolution of Western musical notation, the development of polyphony,

and the flourishing of both sacred and secular music. Gregorian chant,

troubadour songs, and early motets are just a few examples of the diverse

forms of medieval music, each reflecting the intricate tapestry of cultural,

religious, and social influences of the time.

Combining the ukulele with medieval music can be a unique and interesting

musical fusion.