Serenade or concert, divided into three suites
Instrumental ensemble (Violin, Oboe, Flute, Musette, Bassoon, Viola da gamba, Bass violin, Fifes)
Composed by Michel Pignolet de Monteclair. Edited by Department De Musique Ancienne Du C.N.S.M De Paris. This edition: Facsimile. La Musique Francaise Classique de 1650 a 1800. Score. 116 pages. Published by Anne Fuzeau Productions - France (FZ.5857).
Item Number: FZ.5857
ISBN M230658577. 23.50 x 31.50 cm inches.
This facsimile of an original by Michel Pignolet de Monteclair is part of our French classical music collection. Edition : Paris, C. Ballard, 1697. Preface by the Early music department of the CNSMDP, class of Irene Ginger and Jean Saint-Arroman: dance and music - composition and instrumentation - notation - time signatures - terminology - continuo. Three separate instrumental parts: premier dessus, second dessus, continuo bass. The precise instrumentation is usually mentioned. According to Monteclair these pieces are suitable for dancing. They are written either for a melody instrument and bass or a trio. The simple, clear writing makes them ideal dance music.
Collection supervised by the musicologist Jean Saint-Arroman, professor at the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique et de Danse of Paris and at the CEFEDEM Ile de France (Training Centre for Music Teachers). He is the author of the majority of our prefaces and has also been involved in library searches.
Facsimile of a copy in the National Library of Paris (France). Anne Fuzeau Classique propose period copies of classical music scores.