In 1588 a dance treatise entitled “Traité Orchesographie” was published by the Langres Cathedral canon Jehan Tabouret. In 1927 Peter Warlock, composer and esteemed musicologist and critic, took inspiration from it to compose his famous Capriol Suite in six movements/dances. This composition maintains a pleasant and typically Anglo-Saxon nostalgicrustic character. The opening Basse-Danse is majestic and comprises three melodies, repeated, harmonised and orchestrated in a different way each time. Warlock composed the Pavane following the four vocal parts proposed in Tabourot’s treatise…
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