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Partition Editorial Notes, IX Suittes pour le Clavessin, Bustijn, Pieter

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Découvrez la partition de morceau IX Suittes pour le Clavessin Editorial Notes, pour clavecin, de Bustijn, Pieter. Partition de style baroque.
La partition se constitue de plusieurs mouvements et est classée dans les genres
  • pour clavecin
  • partitions pour clavecin
  • pour 1 musicien

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Edition: Hermann Hinsch
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Pieter Bustijn
Pieter Bustijn spent all his life in Middelburg a town in Zeeland which is a district in the south-
west part of the Netherlands. There is some evidence that he was born in 1649. He died in 1729.
Only a few dates are known about his life. His ancestors came probably from France. 1681 Bustijn
became organist in the
Nieuwe Kerk
and carillonneur in the bell tower. As known up to now the
only discovered music he published are
IX Suittes pour le Clavessin
. Within the title page his
name is spelled
Pierre Bustyn
. This might be a hint that the origin of his family could be France.
For the typesetting I use a facsimile edition published by the
Koninklijk Zeeuwsch Genootschap
der Wetenschapten,
Middelburg 1992 with an detailed introduction by Albert Clement.
I set all notes as given without any changes. Bustijn used two different signs for ornaments one is
a single oblique line like a small backslash and the other is an oblique double line. From the
musical context it is quite obvious that the second one indicates a trill and the first one in most
cases a mordent, although it is to the knowledge and taste of the performer to use variations of
the ornaments. The spelling of the titles of the movements is preserved as given. Modern practice
of the validity of accidentals within a bar is used.