Sheet music facsimile Fantaisies 1729 - Les Plaisirs champêtres 1734

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Author : Cessac Catherine


Composer(s) : REBEL Jean-Féry


Format : 24,00 x 33,00
Number of pages : 31
Reference : 6158

Price : 11.00€
instead of : 22.00 €


This facsimile sheet music by Jean-Féry Rebel is part of our French classical music collection.

Fantaisie. Paris, l’auteur, Le Clerc, 1729 - Work published in full score.
Les Plaisirs Champêtres. Paris, Le Clerc, s.d. (=1734) - Work published in full score.

Annex: Les parodies nouvelles. Extraits.

Presentation by Catherine Cessac.

The preface to this edition is by Catherine Cessac, specialist and author of a book on Rebel.


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Collection supervised by the musicologist Jean Saint-Arroman.

Facsimile of copies from:
- Netherlands Music Institute in The Hague (Netherlands).
- National Library of Paris (France).

Violin, Flute, Pïccolo, Oboe, Bassoon,

Chamber music,

1 - Fantaisie en Ré Majeur : Grave – Chaconne – Loure – Tambourin – Chaconne
2 - Les Plaisirs Champêtres en Ré Majeur : Musette – Gavotte – Musette – Chaconne – Passepied – Bourrée – Rigaudon.




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