It’s finally spring, so here is a transcription of a spring carol:
from the Piae Cantiones (1582).
Most of you are familiar with the tune – it is used in the Christmas carol Good King Wenceslas which is a 19th century adaptation.The 16th century Latin words are for Spring.
Here is a lively performance of Tempus Adest Floridum:
So don’t save this useful tune just for winter use!
This Wikipedia article also gives the earlier, earthier Carmina Burana words.