Jean-Baptiste Lully: Marche des mousquetaires 1658

Early music compositions by Jean-Baptiste Lully are mostly connected with ballets & theatre performances; however some footprints of instrumental music yet can be discovered. The set of Marches 1658 composed for hautboys & tambours reveal us Lully-s unique music signature that will sound stronger in some years: fanfares, solemnity & the Italian spirit.

All we need is just imagine the picture alive. Enjoy listening, Esteemed Readers!

Vive le Roy! 🙂

Maria KethuProfumo




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12 Responses to Jean-Baptiste Lully: Marche des mousquetaires 1658

  1. Where did I place my sword? Must get marching. Thanks, Maria.

  2. A very upbeat and inspirational piece of music, Maria. Thanks for sharing.

  3. stefano polo says:

    hi if you wish, I send you my book a greeting

    • kethuprofumo says:

      Gentile Stefano, Lei è molto gentile. Perchè non mandarmi il link dove si puo comprare il libro intero? Anche io potrei fare qualche pubblicità per Lei tra i miei amici italiani. Buona serata. 🙂

      • stefano polo says:

        hi if you wish, I will send you my book, a greeting, you can find it on the mondadori website, or if not, the titles are only for a minute, the caravella publishing house, released in 2013, and the other in this garden, published by the libereria in June 2019.

      • kethuprofumo says:

        Grazie per l’informazione & per il regalo. 🙂

  4. jchinedu14 says:

    You guys are very good and funny and amazing world I love your conversation you all are welcome

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