Branle englese by Emanuel Andriaesen (1554 - 1604)

Branle englese

Composer: Emanuel Andriaesen (1554 - 1604)
Arranger: Paul Gerrits (1935 - )

Emmanuel Adriaenssen (also Adriaensen, Adriansen, Hadrianus, Hadrianius;[1] c. 1554 in Antwerp – buried 27 February 1604 in Antwerp) was a Flemish lutenist, composer and master of music. He authored the influential Pratum Musicum, which contains scores for lute solos, and more importantly settings of madrigals for multiple lutes and different ensembles involving lutes and voices. He also had an important influence on the next generation of lutists through his activity as a teacher of music in his own music school.

A branle, also bransle, brangle, brawl, brawle, brall(e), braul(e), brando (in Italy), bran (in Spain), or brantle (in Scotland), is a type of French dance popular from the early 16th century to the present, danced by couples in either a line or a circle. The term also refers to the music and the characteristic step of the dance.

This piece is selected as one of RCM (The Royal Conservatory of Music) grade 1 repertoire.

Time Signature: 2/2
Tempo: 52-69 BPM

Branle englese by Emanuel Andriaesen (1554 - 1604)
Branle engleseComposer: Emanuel Andriaesen (1554 - 1604)Arranger: Paul Gerrits (1935 - )Performer: Ming HuangNov 12, 2021Sammamish, WA, USAwww.burnabyguitar....
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Branle englese by Emanuel Andriaesen (1554 - 1604)