When Henry became ruler only five music artists were in permanent services to the courtroom. When he passed away there have been 58 resident music artists operating. He himself performed upon the body organ, lute and virginal. Music lived well on the courtroom for a number of revels, banquets, trips by minds of condition, et al. Henry’s leading courtroom musician was William Cornysh. Many musicians seen the courtroom and various nationalities were symbolized indicating Henry’s like for music. Around 34 compositions had been related to the ruler including fremen music, songs designed in the French way, rounds, instrumental parts and a three component motet. Within “Henry VIII’s Manuscript” are compositions by Cornysh, Fayrfax, Farthing, Hayne truck Ghizeghem, Barbireau and Compere.