Pierre Passereau (fl. – ) was a French composer of the Renaissance. Along with He liked to use nonsense syllables, often in imitation of animals, as in Il est bel et bon, his most popular piece, which imitates the clucking of chickens . Check out Il Est Bel Et Bon by The King’s Singers & Pierre Passereau on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD’s and MP3s now on by the Choral Public Domain Library (). Edition may be freely distributed, duplicated, performed or recorded. tou. tes. – d’un.
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In French lute-tablature Unisono. Miguel Astor submitted Retrieved from ” http: Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial 3. Views Read Edit View history. Emilio Cano Molina submitted Despite the imitative entries of the first melody faint echoes of the earlier “Netherlandish” dt stylethe music proceeds in bouncy phrases, simultaneously echoing the patter of the peasants’ discourse, and the evening dances at which they may flirt.
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DFC Dresden submitted Web page content is available under the CPDL copyright license ; please see individual editions for their copyright terms. Renaissance Chanson polyphonique Choir Mixed choir.
Il est bel et bon, commere, mon mary (Chansons musicales, Paris 1534)
His output consisted i, exclusively of chansons; most of them were published by printer Pierre Attaingnant. Es waren zwei Frauen, beide aus einem Dorf, Die eine sagte zur andern: Geistliches Lied Sacred SongOp. Additional features of Passereau’s chansons include the use of quick declamation, chordal passages with occasional polyphony, generally syllabic word setting, satirical and ribald subjects, and catchy rhythms.
Try again More of this, please? It is possible that Francis I, who knew Passereau from his service at the French court, recommended the composer to the printer.
Il est bel et bon