Rigaudons for Weddings and Service Playing composed by James Biery. For organ, optional trumpet. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.10-973).
A Rigaudon is a French folkdance and instrumental form popular in France and England in the 17th and 18th centuries. James Biery has edited and arranged four of the best known Rigaudon's that are used for weddings, service music, and other occasions. Delightful settings, some with optional solo trumpet.
The collection includes:
Rigaudon - Georg Bohm
The St. Catherine - John Barrett
Riggadoon - Henry Purcell
Rigaudon - Andre Campra.