I believe you are right Michele, I have tried so many places I guess I forgot. I did see on the forum that the above piece was also discussed on another thread and was the same as yours most likely. And, it is not the piece.MAK wrote:Alan, I believe I sent you an email message to your personal email, not on this forum. I believe you said it was not the piece. I sent you a link to the YouTube video/or only audio of the CD on which I found the piece. It sounded to me like a Minuete by Jean Philippe Rameau played by Segovia on the CD The Genius of Andres Segovia, Five Centuries of the Classical Guitar, CD number 507. I'm sure you can still find it on YouTube.
It's been a long time! I still hope it's the one you are looking for. Michele
I know what you mean, I started to look at all his music as well and said to myself there are far too many!MAK wrote:Alan, No trouble. I knew exactly where to find the Minuet. But there are so many different minuets composed by Jean Philippe Rampal that it would be difficult for anyone to find the exact sheet music, anyway, if he was the correct composer. Michele
Thanks Mark, I will do as you say, but my knowledge of music and these pieces are poor. With this information new to me I am a little confused and just to be sure what is meant by:Mark Clifton-Gaultier wrote:Alan, You can cut down your search a little by not looking for minuets - unless your timing was way off on that old recording I'm pretty sure that it isn't one. Not very much help I know, but at least you won't be fruitlessly barking up the wrong tree. Try instead searching for a piece in duple time - perhaps a "rigaudon" or similar.
Not a typo - duple time refers to any piece that has two strong beats per measure.ashepps wrote:what is meant by:
1) duple time (is that just a typo)
The rigaudon is a dance from Provence. It was fairly popular around the baroque and obviously more common in France, but many composers wrote them including Rameau and Purcell.ashepps wrote:2) is rigaudon a type of music by Rameau
I assume so.ashepps wrote:3) And is Rampal, as stated by Michele in a recent post, most likely a typo?
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