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Published on Jun 13, 2009
This beautiful pavane was written in the Renaissance by Claude Gervaise. It it is found in the "Danceries" collection published in Paris by Pierre Attaingnant in 1549. I have used eight recorders in this arrangement -- soprano, alto, tenor (2), bass (2), great bass and contra-bass. Since a recorder is very similar to a single pipe of an organ (except that a recorder has holes used by the player to raise and lower the pitch), this pavane indeed sounds like it is being played on a small organ.