Pipers Paven (brass quintet)

By: Martin Peerson
For: Brass quintet
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Martin Peerson
Difficult (Grades 7+)
4 minutes
Classical music
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Piece number 182 from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book, a pavan by Martin Peerson, who was choirmaster and organist at St. Paul's Cathedral during the second quarter of the 17th century. The eponymous piper is evoked by the frequent use of modal notes. The suggested tempi are mine, as are the dynamics.

N.B. The ornaments may look like subdivisions of notes, but the meanings are rather different! I have retained the ornamental signs from the original, as the meanings are not conveyed very accurately by other available ornament signs. A single stroke through a stem implies a run up of two notes to the note in question; a double stroke implies a mordent that may extend into a trill or something more decorative, dependent on context and the player's individual style. Omitting any ornament is also perfectly acceptable.

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