All the suites conclude with up-tempo gigues
, a jaunty finale to perk up the audience.
Which composer wrote a work called Gigues
based partly on the Tyneside folk tune The Keel Row?
THIS concert with a Spanish theme began with Debussy's Gigues
, the inspiration for which came from a thousand miles to the north.
. Transcribed for Two Pianos by Andre Caplet.
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D'un point de vue musical, on retrouve des choses tres proches qui sont troublantes: certains chants de femmes lors des mariages ressemblent etonnamment a des gavottes bretonnes, on se rend compte egalement que certains rythmes berberes vont bien sur des gigues
Because Ken Dorham left so few traces of his nonmusical life, Oliphant gives us instead a biography of his music, parsing and reflecting on virtually every song he ever recorded, backing a dazzling array of geniuses from Lester Young to John Coltrane to Dorham's favorite, Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers to: "prodigious Joao Carlos Martins / pianist who recorded all of Bach's / preludes gigues
fugues & gavottes / corrente notes as if fins in streams."
Clad in echoes of baroque, there were hints of formal court dance, and elements of courtly courtship - albeit contemporary style - as the two male and two female dancers wove in varying combinations through the gigues
James MacMillan's gigues
, waltzes, and lonely Satie-like piano music were darkened by sirens and rumbles.
The individual pieces comprise overtures, airs, minuets, gigues
, gavottes, and the like, and they represent a fair sampling of Rameau's many varied moods and styles.
(57) Although Telemann's orchestral suites include about two dozen gigues
and canaries, both dances are rare among his concertos, sonatas and keyboard works.