A lute player in 1215. (TV: The King's Demons)

A lute was a musical instrument.

Alan-a-Dale, a figure of the late 12th century, played the lute. He composed a number of songs about the adventures of Robin Hood and accompanied them with his music. (TV: Robot of Sherwood)

King John of England bore witness to a lute performance during a stay at Sir Ranulf Fitzwilliam's castle in 1215. During another meal, the King called for a lute and gave a performance of his own. (TV: The King's Demons)

In 1555, Queen Mary I noted that her younger half-sister Elizabeth bore a striking resemblance to Anne Boleyn's lute player. (AUDIO: The Marian Conspiracy)

In 1599, Wiggins, a lute player, serenaded Lilith upon the instrument shortly before she killed him. (TV: The Shakespeare Code)

In 2050, Gryffen played a lute for K9 and the Anubians. (TV: Curse of Anubis)

Lutes featured in Trakenite music. The Fifth Doctor claimed he did not care much for lutes. He later found a lute in Geoff Cooper's studio and briefly played it. (AUDIO: The Entropy Composition)

Behind the scenes Edit

Gerald Flood, who played King John, didn't actually play the lute; he mimed to Jack Lindberg's pre-recording. (INFO: The King's Demons)

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.