Am Er erhielt eine gediegene Ausbildung, ein Franziskaner gab ihm ersten Musikunterricht. Er vervollkommnete weiter sein Geigenspiel. Danach folgte er kurzzeitig der Grande Mademoiselle nach Saint-Fargeau.
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Canarie pdf : video in YouTube , video in Vimeo The movie "Tous les matins du monde" made French baroque music known to the masses. One very good piece among the other very good pieces, which was played in the movie, is the "Marche pour la Ceremonie des Turcs" from the ballet "Le bourgeois gentilhomme" composed by Jean-Baptiste Lully in to the text of Moliere. The lute versions of the Marche are made to be idiomatic to the instruments. That means that all the 5 voices of the original are not literally copied, all kinds of "lutenisms" are applied etc.
Perhaps the versions should be called "arrangements" or "intabulations" instead of "transcriptions". I did not try to imitate French lute texture in my transcription - I just wrote my tabulature in a way that suits in my mind, of course! And I also wrote the tab and especially some fingerings to suit to my own hands and fingers. And taste, of course My version is not meant to be difficult or "academic". On the contrary, it is meant to be moderately easy and especially fun!
Assuming a lute in g, this transcription is in the original key of g-minor. The "melody" of my arr. I have set also some fingerings that suit to my fingers.
MARCHE POUR LA CEREMONIE DES TURCS – Jean
Marche pour la cérémonie des Turcs
Jean-Baptiste Lully – Marche pour la cérémonie des Turcs