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Seven versets of the motet composed by order of the King

By Francois Couperin

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Voice (soprano, mezzo, countertenor, bass), Violin, Flute, Oboe
Composed by Francois Couperin (1668-1733). Edited by Philippe Lescat, Jean Saint-Arroman. This edition: Facsimile. La Musique Francaise Classique de 1650 a 1800. Sacred. Score. Published by Anne Fuzeau Productions - France (FZ.5625).

Item Number: FZ.5625

ISBN M230656252. 24.00 x 32.00 cm inches.

This facsimile of an original by Francois Couperin is part of our in facsimile on French classical music collection. Edition : Paris, Ballard, 1704. Seven versets of the motet Qui regis Israel sung at Versailles in 1705. The preface deals with bibliography, notation and performance problems of these versets. Preface by: Philippe Lescat: historical context. Jean Saint-Arroman: hints about the score (ornamentation). Other details on the formation: Bass voice, flute, continuo. Tenors in unisson, basses in unisson, violins, continuo. Bass, 2 violin parts, continuo. 2 castrato voices, continuo. Soprano, violins, continuo. Soprano, flute, oboe. 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 British Library of London (England). Anne Fuzeau Classique propose period copies of classical music scores.

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