badinerie


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badinerie

(bəˌdɪnəˈriː)
n
(Classical Music) music a name given in the 18th century to a type of quick, light movement in a suite
[French: a pleasantry]
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1 in C; Passepied;" "Bourree Brandenburg Concerto No 1 in F;" "Partita in B; Menuetto, Trio, Polacca, Duo Echo;" "Little" Fugue in G; "Suite in B minor: Badinerie Invention;" and "Suite No.
When the button is pressed, or when the watch strikes the scheduled time, it plays Bach's Badinerie, which is the final movement of his orchestral suite N?
It was Barry Tuckwell who, after hearing me play, got me an impromptu spot in the programme to perform Bach's Badinerie for horn quartet.
A combination of four random movements scored for large orchestra with piano and organ was refreshing, especially the icily precise Air and a riproaring Badinerie where Cormac Henry's fantastic decoration brought a special edge to the performance.