This page is marked for cleanup because a contents list with instrumentation needs to be compiled. Though RISM lists the "symphonie" as orchestra, Grove lists it as individual instruments. It is possible this page may have to be re-tagged.
|Genre Categories||Secular cantatas; Cantatas; For voice, continuo; For voices with continuo; Scores featuring the voice; Scores featuring the soprano voice; Scores with basso continuo; For voice, orchestra; For voices with orchestra; Scores featuring the orchestra; French language|
|Work Title||Cantates françoises à voix seule|
|Composer||Colin de Blamont, François|
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.||None [force assignment]|
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period||Baroque|
|Instrumentation||soprano, continuo ; soprano, various instruments, continuo|
Re instrumentation; indications are given for some individual movements which seem to imply an orchestral texture, ie. "Flutes et Violons," "Violons, Hautbois et Trompettes" or "Violons" above a single staff = several players playing a single part. Some movements within the cantatas are clearly for a solo instrument (flute or viol). It's not clear whether the violin parts are soloistic, or to be played by several players to a part. The violin parts aren't always labelled, but are out of range for the other instruments mentioned in the collection.