|作曲者||Louis-Nicolas Clérambault (1676-1749)・ルイ＝ニコラ・クレランボー|
|タイトル||Pièces d'orgue et de claveçin|
|形状||116 ページ・22 x 30 cm （横）・603 g・ハードカバー|
Louis-Nicolas Clérambault published just two collections of keyboard music, two suites for harpsichord (1702/4) and two for organ (1710). This Lyrebird edition is the only one commercially available and presents the complete works as a single-volume set. The preludes to the harpsichord suites have been provided in their original format, using spatially accurate note-placing to work as a pseudo facsimile––a technique developed by its editor.
The edition also includes all pieces attributed to Clérambault. The preface discusses the genesis of the harpsichord pieces, the role of the organ suites within the liturgy, provides an overview of the music and notes on performance style, including fingering, articulation, le bon goût, ornamentation and rhetoric. A section on performance issues provides hints on overcoming any apparent problems. An appendix contains suitable chants for the organ pieces so that they may be played liturgically.
Formerly published by Cantando Musikkforlag AS in 2019.
* Complete works for organ and harpsichord (two suites each)
* Appropriate plainchant from contemporary French sources
* Full background notes
* Notes on performance: fingering, registration, notes inégales and rhetoric
* Attributed works included