Au Renouvel du Tens

Composer
anon.
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page one of Au Renouvel du Tens

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Full details

Au Renouvel du Tens speaks of the renewal of strength and hope in the springtime. Dating back to 13th cent. France, the tune uses a shifting mode from Ionian to Dorian. It has a very ancient sound, enhanced by the sparse LH accompaniment. Interesting rhythms and syncopation will catch the curiosity of the musician and audience. Useful in meditative music or prelude performance, and perfect for folks who love Early music–take this tune to your next Renaissance fair! No accidentals. Hear it on Jennifer's CD "Ancient Realms." Published by Lyrica Press.


Score ID
59344
Composer
anon.
Year of composition
1996
Lyricist
none
Publisher
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
2 minutes
Instrumentation
Solo instrument (Harp)
Genre
Classical music
Licensing

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