swin

swin, m.n: sound, melody. (SWIN / ˈswɪn)

Medieval manuscript image of a caped man playing the viol, wearing one red stocking and one yellow one.
Gradual (a book of chants); France (Toulouse), 2nd half of the 11th century; British Library, Harley MS 4951, f. 297v. [bl.uk]

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