Anonymous early renaissance piece. This is notable as being the first composition that can be clearly identified as being composed for a keyboard because of the left-hand configuration.
A "Dompe" (also spelled "Dumpe") is a type of dance music from the late medieval and early Renaissance periods. The origin of the term is uncertain, but it appears to refer to a specific style of composition that was popular particularly in England. Dompe compositions are typically characterized by their somewhat slow, melancholic nature and are usually written in a minor key. They're often associated with the lute and keyboard instruments like the virginal or the harpsichord. The "My Lady Carey's Dompe" is one of the most well-known examples of this genre.