Tylman Susato: The Danserye – The University Of Texas Wind Ensemble, Jerry Junkin, Patrick Dunnigan


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I. La Morisque

II. Bergerette (2:09)

III. Les Quartre Branles (4:36)

IV. Faggott (7:20)

V. Den Hoboecken Dans (8:14)

VI. Ronde & Salterelle (10:14)

VII. Ronde & Aliud (11:53)

VIII. Basse Danse: Mon Desir (13:43)

IX. Pavane: La Battaille (15:54)

 

Tylman Susato was a composer of the Renaissance Era who wrote several books of simple, yet artistic pieces of music. One of them was “Het derde musyck boexken … alderhande danserye,” a collection of pieces that were written, for the most part, in dance forms. These pieces have been adapted for several different settings, and Patrick Dunnigan has arranged a rather stunning version for band. Performed by the University Of Texas Wind Ensemble, taken from their album “Bells For Stokowski.”

Jerry Junkin, Conductor

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