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French Renaissance Dances for four stringed instruments

With ornamentation instructions and choreographies

score and parts

Selected and edited by Bali János
Choreographies by Kovács Gábor
Setting: String Ensemble
Period: Renaissance
Language: Hungarian, English, German, French
Length: 116 pages
Format: Bach (23 x 30,2 cm)
Weight: 436 g
Published: March 2008
Publisher: Editio Musica Budapest
Item number: 14640
ISMN: 9790080146408
These volumes (Z. 14625 and Z. 14640) from János Bali are special publications. Apart from being collections of 16th-century pieces playable at concerts or any other kind of musical occasion, they also serve as basic material for today’s increasingly popular Renaissance dance halls, or balls: the pieces they contain are grouped according to the various types of dance, and supplemented by a description of the most important dance steps, and formulas of ornamentation providing patterns and ideas for use in performance. An ensemble of different-sized recorders/strings is one of the most typical instrumental combinations of the Renaissance, and can successfully evoke the authentic sound and performance practice of the period.

Contents

1.
Basses-danses
2.
Tourdions
3.
Branles doubles
4.
Branles simples
5.
Branles gays
6.
Branles de Bourgogne
7.
Pavanes
8.
Gaillardes