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Hotteterre, Jacques-Martin Jacques-Martin Hotteterre
France France
(1674 - 1763)
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Hotteterre, Jacques-Martin: Branle from "La Noce Champêtre" for Woodwind Quartet

Branle from "La Noce Champêtre" for Woodwind Quartet
Jacques-Martin Hotteterre




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Composer :Jacques-Martin HotteterreHotteterre, Jacques-Martin (1674 - 1763)
Instrumentation :

Wind quartet

Style :

Baroque

Arranger :
Publisher :
Jacques-Martin HotteterreMagatagan, Mike (1960 - )
Copyright :Public Domain
Jean Hotteterre (died 1720) was a composer and musician of the Hotteterre family in the court of Louis XIV of France. He and his brothers Jacques-Martin and Nicolas made many enhancements to the hautbois, creating an “indoor” version similar to the shawm. Jean and Michel Philidore created the oboe.

"La noce champêtre" (Country Wedding/ Pastoral Hymn) is a French Sonata and Trio (No. 6) ca. 1700 in 31 movements. This Branle (Branle: Gayment) is movement XVIII in the suite.

A branle (pronounced bran(ə)l) is a 16th-century French dance style which moves mainly from side to side, and is performed by couples in either a line or a circle. The word is derived from the French verb branler (to shake), possibly related to brander (to brandish). In Italy the branle became the brando, and in Spain the bran (Dolmetsch 1959). Brando alta regina by Cesare Negri demonstrates how widely the French and Italian dances had diverged by the beginning of the 17th century. The Branle seems to have travelled to Scotland and survived for some time as the brail, but in England it was rarely danced, and of thousands of lute pieces from England only 18 were called branle, though one called "courant" is known from continental sources as a branle.

Although originally written for chamber orchestra, I created this arrangement for Woodwind Quartet (Flute, Oboe, Bb Clarinet & Bassoon).
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Added by magataganm the 2013-06-28


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This sheet music is part of the collection of magataganm :
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