From her folk album 'Maid in England', the raising of the Mary Rose led to a song that percolated for many years and was further inspired by visits to Portsmouth.
From their album 'Nautical Graffiti' The Mary Rose is a charming ballad about the Mary Rose, her life and her loss.
From their 'Drakaena Scythia' EP, Mary Rose tells the story of the the sinking through the medium of thrash metal.
We rather like it.
Originally recorded in 1982 by local musician Arnold Gutbucket to celebrate the raising of the Mary Rose, it was rewritten in 2013 to celebrate the opening of the new Mary Rose museum.
A sequence of choral arrangements of songs from the time of King Henry VIII, sea shanties plus an original song by L’Estrange, Full Fathom Five.
Sections of this were performed at the opening ceremony of the Mary Rose museum in 2013.