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It was based on tunes found in a manual of Renaissance dances by the French priest Jehan Tabourot. The treatment of the source material is very free and the work can be regarded as an original gordon young baroque suite rather than an arrangement.

GORDON YOUNG BAROQUE SUITE EPUB

It is made up from of six contrasting movements. Timothy Albrecht Two Christmas Preludes: Christ the Lord is Risen Today; Alleluia! Historical Note Philip Gordon was a composer, arranger, conductor, and music educator.

Born in Newark, New Jersey, Gordon began his music training with violin lessons at age six. His later teachers included James Efross violin and Mandel Svet violin, piano, and harmony.

Gordon received bachelor, master, and doctoral degrees from Columbia University, where he studied English Literature and Germanic Languages. His master's thesis was on German Gordon young baroque suite, and his dissertation, completed inwas titled "Contemporary Music for Performing Groups.

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