I tried to make a somewhat easier version than the 6th by Ortiz, but mine is not really easy to play (and it took me a little time to make an acceptable composition in Ortiz's footsteps)
Harp by Vicente la Camera
viola da gamba by Ernst Stolz
played on recorder by Ernst Stolz
From a manuscript in the British Library (London Add.29987)
Voor Ria: Dank je wel!
This music from around 1400 is the first written instrumental musicThe Trotto employs the same structural concept as the istampitte, but it is less complex in its treatment of the material and tonalities. Characteristics are leaps and incisive (sharp) rhythms and suits very good as dance music
Monumenta Musica Neerlandica
There is a nice story about this Fuga. Quirinus van Blankenburg accused Handel, to have copied this fuga. Handel however composed his Fuga, (with a certain similarity) much earlier.
Ernst Stolz Harpsichord nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quirinus_van_Blankenburg
Louis Couperin (c. 1626 1661) was a French Baroque composer who made significant contributions to the development of Baroque keyboard music. A skillful harpsichordist, organist, and gambist, he was one of the founders of the French harpsichord school and invented the genre of unmeasured prelude for harpsichord. He and his nephew, François le Grand, were the most renowned members of the Couperin family.
A charming rondeau by de Boismortier from:
"XLeme Oevre de Mr Boismortier contenant six sonates pour deux bassons, violoncelles ou VIOLES suivies d'un nombre de pièces qui peuvent se jouer seul et facilement.
Edition Kunzelman GM 1665b