Livre d'orgue

Clerambault was one of the most respected composers and performers of his time, and helped to lead French music out of the musical isolation that Lully had imposed, adding more melodiousness and energy to the delicacy and grace that had become almost the sole considerations for composition and performance. He added a strong Italian influence, but with a French style. He was also one of the first composers to give names to his sonatas.

This sheet contains the following parts:

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Complete Score
Complete Score
1. Grand Plein Jeu
2. Fugue
3. Duo
4. Trio
5. Basse et Dessus de Trompette
6. Récits de Cromorne et de Cornet séparé, en Dialogue
7. Dialogue sur les Grands Jeux
5. Basse et Dessus de Trompette

Louis-Nicolas Clerambault

Louis-Nicolas Clérambault was a French musician, best known as an organist and composer. Clérambault came from a musical family (his father and ...