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Ballet Royal de la Nuit (with timpani part)

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Uploaded by: sesquialtera (04/19/21)
Composer: Jean de Cambefort
Sample Producer: Jeux d'orgues
Sample Set: JD - Jeux d'orgues 4 - La Chaise Dieu (1683)
Software: Hauptwerk IV
Genre: Baroque
Wrongly attributed to J. B. Lully, The Ballet Royal de la Nuit (Royal Ballet of the Night) is a ballet de cour with a libretto by Isaac de Benserade and music by Jean de Cambefort, Jean-Baptiste Boësset, Michel Lambert and possibly others, which premiered on 1653, in Paris. It took 13 hours to perform and debuted fourteen year old Louis XIV as Apollo, the Sun King...
Source and more infos :
The original score has only two voices : the bass (without numbers above the notes) and the trebble voice. The other parts are empty.
To make the internal parts, I was inspired by this orchestral version :
I also added a (virtual) timpani part too, to make it sound more "royal".
(Same piece without the drums at 3:10 )

If you are interested, you can send me a message to ask for the score.
(A free internet version is available somewhere, but it contains harmonic mistakes)
Performance: Live
Recorded in: Stereo
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