Claude Le Jeune (1530-1600)
fantasias for four-part consort
from Second livre des meslanges, Paris 1612
Editor: Günter and Leonore von Zadow, publication date: 2006-09, source: RISM: F-Psg
|G104||C. Le Jeune, Two Fantasias, for 4-part consort, 4Cons, score and four parts, 52 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-104-5||17.50 €|
Claude Le Jeune was one of the most important and prolific French composers of the second half of the sixteenth century. Among his works we also find these extensive fantasias from the beginning of French pure instrumental music. They can be played best on viols (Tr, A/T, A/T, B), the middle parts however are additionally supplied in violin clef, so that these works can also be performed by wind or mixed ensembles.