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The French Noel With an Anthology of 1725 Arranged for Flute Duet

by Betty Bang Mather, Gail Gavin

Part of the Publications of the Early Music Institute Series

The French Noel With an Anthology of 1725 Arranged for Flute Duet Synopsis

The book will be of great interest to instrumentalists and singers looking for new sources of chamber music, as well as to all those who wish to experience a musical form that played an important role in France for over two centuries. -French Review ... an excellent resource for anyone who wants to play, sing, and/or dance to these delightful little pieces. The authors approach this work in the careful, thoughtful, and scholarly manner which is a trademark of Betty Mather's style... I highly recommend this book to anyone intersted in any aspect of the noel and/or its performance. -National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors ...Something unusual and lovely for would interest anyone who is interested in Christmas music or who has to plan music and dance for worship. The carols themselves are beautifully printed and laid out for playing... -The Sign French noels unite sacred and profane texts, music, and dance as performed from the late Middle Ages through the Baroque. Mather and Gavin have transcribed these charming pieces with lyrics of the period so that they may be either sung or played.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780253210258
Publication date: 1st June 1996
Author: Betty Bang Mather, Gail Gavin
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 128 pages
Categories: Chamber ensembles,

About Betty Bang Mather, Gail Gavin

BETTY BANG MATHER is Professor Emerita of Flute at The University of Iowa and author of Interpretation of French Music from 1675 to 1775 and (with the assistance of Dean M. Karns) Dance Rhythms of the French Baroque. GAIL GAVIN is a graduate of The University of Iowa, where she studied flute with Betty Bang Mather. In 1994 she received an NEH Younger Scholars Research Grant.

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