Air Louis XIII (Beaujoyeulx, Balthazar de)

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Arrangements and Transcriptions

For 4 Violins (Dello)
See: Die 4 Violinisten by Manuel Dello
For Piano solo (Brisson)
See: Amaryllis by Frédéric Brisson
For Piano solo (Ghys)
See: Ten Popular Pieces (No.9)
For Piano solo (Gobbaerts)
See: Air Louis XIII, Op.51, by Louis Gobbaerts
For Piano solo (Maylath)

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Arranger Henry Maylath (1827-1883)
Publisher. Info. New York: S.T. Gordon & Son, 1873. Plate 5828.
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For Piano solo (Trehde)
See: Air du Louis XIII, Op.262, by Gustav Trehde
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General Information

Work Title Air Louis XIII
Alternative. Title Gavotte Louis XIII ; Amaryllis
Composer Beaujoyeulx, Balthazar de
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation unknown, see below, Comments
Extra Information This popular dance was thought to have been composed by Louis XIII, King of France (1601-1643) at one time, but Beaujoyeulx is considered a more likely candidate now. It has been arranged by numerous other composers, including Henri Ghys and Fritz Kreisler.

Misc. Comments

If Beaujoyeulx is the composer of this, then it comes from the Balet comique de la Royne, which is his only extant work. According to Grove Music, "It was the result of collaboration by various artists connected with the court: the story was by Agrippa d'Aubigny, the text by La Chesnaye, the king's almoner, the music by Lambert de Beaulieu and Jacques Salmon and the scenery by Jacques Patin. Beaujoyeux was the stage manager and choreographer."