Le Camus, Sébastien - Airs à deux et trois parties

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Instrumentation: 2vv (SS ou TT), bc

Edition: Urtext (1998) - 1 vol. xiii - 55 p.

Etat: Neuf

Sébastien Le Camus, a theorbo and treble viol player at the French Court, was also a frequent performer in the salons of seventeenth-century Parisian society. This posthumous collection of 32 airs for one or two voices and continuo, published by his son in 1678, represents a concluding chapter in a century of development of the air de cour. The music shows the influence of Italian music and that of the composer's French contemporaries Jean-Baptiste Lully and Michel Lambert.