Tambourin, from The Princess of Navarre (string quartet)


Title: Tambourin, from the Comedie-ballet The Princess of Navarre

Composer: J. P. Rameau, arr. David Gable

Instrumentation: Violin 1; Violin 2; Viola; Cello

Printout: 4 pages

Note: This exuberant dance concludes the comedie-ballet The Princess of Navarre. The comedie-ballet is a theatrical form developed in the seventeenth century in France. It is a combination of stage play, opera, and ballet; think Rodgers and Hart or Gilbert and Sullivan in the baroque.


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