One-named British composer Sheryngham is well known by two functions within an early Tudor manuscript of part songs referred to as the Fayrfax manuscript or Fayrfax Book (GB-Lbl Add. 5465). The written text to Sheryngham’s four-voice carol Ah, mild Jesu continues to be tentatively defined as the task of poet John Lydgate, who passed away around 1451; if therefore, Sheryngham’s setting of the very long poem was probably composed a while after Lydgate’s loss of life. Dr. Charles Burney believed plenty of of Sheryngham’s two-voice component music My woeful center to add it in his General Background of Music, released in 1789. Beyond that, nothing at all else about Sheryngham is well known, even though the Fayrfax manuscript itself times to approximately 1485-1500, so that it can reasonably become assumed that Sheryngham was energetic during, or before, that point.