'Musette' is a term usually used as a subtitle for many dances in classical suites. Originally it was a folk dance which originated in the 17th century, which was named after the main instrument used to play it, and traditionally employing a pedal point.
|A l'ombre d'un ormeau||Joseph Canteloube||Choir||20th Century|
|Musette||Michel de La Barre||Chamber group||Baroque|
|Musette in D major, BWV Anh.126||Johann Sebastian Bach||Piano||Baroque|
|Musette in G major||Louis-Claude Daquin||Piano||Baroque|
|Musette, Op.24||Jacques Offenbach||Solo Instrument and Piano||Romantic|