Bourée (Losy, Gr.)

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For Trumpet and Organ (Rondeau)

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General Information

Work Title Bourée
Alternative. Title
Composer Losy, Gr.
Key G major
First Publication. 1956?
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation Lute or cello? and continuo


Misc. Comments

A search for Losy and bour[r]ée suggest that this may have been a guitar/lute work by lutenist Jan Antonín Losy, possibly first published around 1956 (in the collection "Reǵi zene gordonkára zongorakísérettel", ed. by Ferenc Brodszky) by Editio Musica of Budapest (in cello/piano form) as a work by G. Losy, but published several times afterwards (if the same bourrée?) as a work by Jan Losy in several publications as a lute or guitar work by Prague publishers starting around 1962. . - ES