An arrangement of Susato's Pavane: La Bataille (The Battle Pavane)(1551) for guitar quartet. It's a great piece of early music to play. It's usually played on loud instruments - but it's no less effective on quiet ones! I've simplified it very slightly in one or two places but I don't think the simplifications detract from the overall effect. Works well with a drum playing an ostinato of one crotchet, two quavers. One performer on its first outing pointed out that there's a quote from the film "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" in it. I hadn't noticed.
The document below incudes the score plus parts for all four players.
Or, if you prefer, the French tune Ah! vous dirai-je, Maman, first written down and printed in 1761. Mozart wrote variations on it. Combine it with Jane Taylor's famous short poem (first published in Rhymes for the Nursery in 1806) and you have the ubiquitous Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, as sent up by Lewis Carroll - and beloved of people learning instruments ever since.