So, I use to have a cassette recording of a Barouque Suite that I taped off of John Schneider's
"Soundboard" radio show on KPFK back in the late '70's. I lost all the content info that was printed
on the sleeve, I always thought the composer was S.L.Weiss, but was never sure. When I was studying
with Philip Rosheger, I expressed and interest in learning it, so I played him the tape. He WAS pretty sure
it sounded like Weiss, but was not certain. He brought in a big book of Weiss manuscrpits, but we could not locate
it. 30 years later, I no longer can locate the tape, but the music still haunts, especially the movement that sounds like
a Courante form. I've check every Courante from the Weiss works that I could find, to no avail. I don't know,
maybe it's not Weiss? maybe it's not a Courante? Anyway, I'd like to find it before I,,,well, you know. Here's a short
clip of how I remember this movement. I don't even think it repeats like I do here, it starts some sort of development,
but these few bars will give you the idea. Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you Delcampers!
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