This weekend's "not a baked eel" musical recommendation: E, Dame Jolie by Master Efenwealt Wystle, also available for a mere pittance at $0.99.
Master Efenwealt is surely one of Atlantia's finest bards. Along with a wide repertoire of silly and bawdy songs, he's written some touching ballads and "Fair Lady Atlantia," possibly the unofficial Atlantian anthem. This song is actual a dual recording of the original trouvére song in Old French and Master Efenwealt's rhymed translation.
It's a love song; well, you can read the lyrics here. There's an audio sample there as well, if you want to take a listen to the tune. It's not a merry, jaunty lark like "Non Sofre," last week, but this isn't a jaunty lark of a poem. It's a very pretty melody, fairly simple and straightforward but also lyrical and unmistakably medieval. It's short, so it's very possible to sing both the Old French and the English translations in a single performance, or you could perform just the English.