Les Barricades Mistérieuse - F.Couperin Trans. Michael Forbes for Bass Tuba Quartet

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"Les Barricades Mistérieuses" is part of François Couperin's Second Livre de Pièces de Clavecin (1717). This musical gem attests to Couperin's mastery of the elegance and sophistication of the French Baroque. The piece captivates with its mysterious charm and timeless beauty.

François Couperin le Grand (1668–1733), a prominent French Baroque composer and harpsichordist, hailed from a distinguished musical lineage. Trained by his father and uncle, both accomplished musicians, he showcased his virtuosity early on. Couperin served as the organist at the Church of Saint-Gervais in Paris from 1693 until his death.

As a composer, his lasting contributions include the 1716 collection "L'Art de toucher le clavecin" (The Art of Playing the Harpsichord). This work, a testament to his mastery, offers insights into Baroque performance. His compositions, known for their expressive ornamentation and evocative titles, exemplify his sensitivity to emotion.

François Couperin's impact transcended his era, and his works continued to influence musicians for centuries. Revered for their elegance and sophistication, his compositions contribute significantly to the rich tapestry of Baroque music. Couperin le Grand's legacy endures as a key figure in the history of classical music.

sound clip: https://www.editions-bim.com/sheet-music/brass/tuba/tuba-quartet/fran%C3%A7ois-couperin-les-barricades-mist%C3%A9rieuses-for-tuba-quartet

  • Instrumentation:

    alternative parts Eb Bass and Bb Bass in treble clef

  • Published: 2024
  • Pages: 24
  • Publisher: The Brass Press
  • Difficulty 4/6

    Supplied with tuba parts in BC and alternative parts Eb Bass and Bb Bass in treble clef and full score



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