Dances and Country Dances for Melody Instrument from the collection of Antony Pointel (1688)


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Editio Musica Budapest

Composer: Anonymous (Not known)

Arranger: Janos Bali

Instrumentation: Descant or Treble + Continuo

Period/genre: Baroque

Grade: Moderate

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*Six Baroque Suites.* Includes Preface in French, English and German.

*Suite in g minor*

1. Entree
2. Courante
3. Dite Moy Ianeton
4. Menuet
5. Passepied Nouveaux
6. Gigue Nouvelle

*Suite in C Major*
1. Courante
2. La Marche Angloise
3. Menuet
4. Passepied
5. Chaconne
6. Bouree

*Suite in G Major*
1. Entree Nouvelle
2. La Marche Des Dragons
3. L~~~~~Isabel
4. Menuet
5. L~~~~~Escossoise
6. La Valentine

*Suite in B flat Major*
1. Courante
2. Les Dames De Londre (Thomas D~~~~~Urfey)
3. Rigodon (Jean-Baptiste Lully)
4. Bouree, Deuxieme Air Du Rigodon (Jean-Baptiste Lully)
5. Menuet
6. L~~~~~Argentine

*Suite in C Major*
1. Prendo Do
2. La Vigne
3. L~~~~~Opera
4. Sawnay(Thomas Farmer?)
5. Plaisir Venez Sans Crainte (Jean-Baptiste Lully
6. La Gigue Du Roy

*Suite in d minor*
1. Rigodon Nouveaux
2. Tricotes
3. Menuet
4. Menuet
5. Galliarde, La Patetique
6. Les Macabees

*From the collection of Antony Pointel (1688) se;ected, edited and realised by Janos Bali. 

*János Bali was born in Budapest in 1963. After specialising in Mathematics at the Mihály Fazekas Grammar School, he went on to study math at Loránd Eötvös University, gaining his degree in 1988. Has studied recorder and Baroque flute with Vilmos Stadler and Anneke Boeke and attended chamber music classes given by György Kurtág, as well as courses by Hans Maria Kneihs (recorder), Barthold Kuijken (Baroque flute), and Péter Eötvös and Helmuth Rilling (conducting).

As recorder player and Baroque flautist, Bali is a regular concert performer, both as soloist and in chamber groups and period-instrument orchestras, with appearances in Hungary, numerous European countries and the USA, as well as on a number of discs. He is artistic director of an ensemble specialising in Medieval and contemporary music which has commissioned pieces by a number of composers of note (L. Vidovszky, Gy. Kurtág, A. Soós, Á. Kondor, R. Clemencic).

Since 1988 he has sung with Schola Hungarica, appearing as soloist on a number of discs. Bali teaches recorder and chamber music at the Chopin Music School in Gödöllõ and the Péter Veres Grammar School in Budapest. He is author of a recorder tutor and has published several recorder scores, one of which was a winner in the 1998 competition for score-transcription organised by the American National Flute Society. He regularly lectures on Renaissance and Baroque music and has also written some articles. In 1998 he was joint winner of the Pedagogical Research Prize awarded by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

Score 32 pages. 2 parts @ 14 & 19 pages ea. 

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