Tambourin. By Francois-Joseph Gossec, James Galway, Charles Gerhardt, National Philharmonic Orchestra. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Tambourin. Francois Joseph Gossec – Tambourin Flute, Piano, CD – ISMN: – Series: CD Solo Series – Publisher: Carl Fischer. gossec-tambourin – Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online.

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The son of a small farmer, Gossec was born at the village of Vergniesthen a French exclave in the Austrian Netherlandsnow in Belgium. While most people would have difficulty recognizing Gossec’s Gavotte by its title, the melody itself remains familiar in the United States and elsewhere because Carl Stalling used an arrangement of it in several Warner Brothers cartoons.


Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully. Duets with Spanish Guitar. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. The Magic Flute of James Galway. But while the Tambourin is a charming little piece with an unforgettably delightful melody and sprightly rhythm, it is hardly representative of Gossec ‘s greater achievement, and one can only imagine the old man whirling in his grave with the knowledge that it is his Tambourin that has gained a measure of immortality for him.

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Sexy Trippy All Moods. He was little known outside France, and his own numerous compositions, sacred and secular, were overshadowed by those of more famous composers; but he was an inspiration to many, tamvourin powerfully stimulated the revival of instrumental music. Gradually he became determined to do something to revive the study of instrumental music in France.

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Francois Joseph Gossec – Tambourin

It also exists in a seemingly infinite number of arrangements for flute and every possible combination of instruments plus arrangements for nearly every possible solo instrument except, perhaps, sousaphone. February Learn how and when to remove this template message. Until he worked on his last compositions, including a third Te Deumand was supported by a pension granted by the Conservatoire.

He died in the Parisian suburb of Passy. Streams Tammbourin All Posts. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Some of his techniques anticipated the innovations of the Romantic era: