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By far Sermisy's most famous contribution to music literature is his output of chansons, of which there are approximately 175. They are similar to those of Janequin, although less programmatic; his style in these works has also been described as more graceful and polished than that of the rival composer. Typically Sermisy's chansons are chordal and syllabic, shunning the more ostentatious polyphony of composers from the Netherlands, striving for lightness and grace instead.
This chanson is in complete contrast to the other movements in this suite transcribed by myself and hopefully balances out against them. It will require some tweaking (as maybe with the others too!). I have purposely tried to maintain the delicate nature of the original four parts.
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