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Caroubel, Pierre-Francisque

  • Dances from Terpsichore for Brass Octet
    Dances from Terpsichore for Brass Octet
    Early 17th century Germany adapted music from Italy and France to its own musical forms. During this time, Michael Praetorius (1571-1621) played a prominent role, writing the Syntagma musicum known as the first music dictionary in the world. He also composed numerous pieces of both sacred and secular music. Praetorius transcribed French Dance music, still unknown in Germany, to instrumental... Early 17th century Germany adapted music from Italy and France to its own music...
  • Dances from Terpsichore for Woodwinds Octet
    Dances from Terpsichore for Woodwinds Octet
    Early 17th century Germany adapted music from Italy and France to its own musical forms. During this time, Michael Praetorius (1571-1621) played a prominent role, writing the Syntagma musicum known as the first music dictionary in the world. He also composed numerous pieces of both sacred and secular music. Praetorius transcribed French Dance music, still unknown in Germany, to instrumental... Early 17th century Germany adapted music from Italy and France to its own music...