This is a reedition of one of the most famous martial musics by Guillaume Costeley. This is a dramatic dialogue divided into four sections. This is similar to the Bataille de Marignan by Clément Janequin. This type of music was very famous in the 16th century to celebrate Princes and Kings’ victories.
Guillaume Costeley was different from his predecessor because he highlighted with onomatopoeias the politic message conveyed by the author. The confusion of battles is represented. The first part is a description and the other parts are shorter. The situation of France and Calais is explained, and it ends with the King’s come back.