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Performing French Classical Music

A Case Study Based on the Premiere Suitte of Frangois Chauvon (fl 1712-77)

Timothy Shultz
2001

153 pp.

4 illustrations

ISBN: 978-1576470374

hardback $45.95

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This book introduces performers to the elegant classically-inspired music from the world of Louis XIV. The author discusses stylistic elements such as rhythmic alteration articulation dance rhythms and tempo-elements which were mostly conveyed through means other than direct musical notation. Designed with performers in mind this study presents information from seventeenth- and eighteenth-century treatises and applies it to a suite of dances by Fran�ois Chauvon a student of Fran�ois Couperin. The complete edition of Chauvon's Tibiades which is included will be of great interest to those who interpret the works of French composers.

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