François Roberday Fugues et caprices, 1660.
François Roberday (21 March 1624 – 13 October 1680) was a French Baroque organist and composer. One of the last exponents of the French polyphonic music tradition established by Jean Titelouze and Louis Couperin, Roberday is best remembered today for his Fugues et caprices, a collection of four-part contrapuntal organ pieces. He was born in Paris in 1624, most probably in March.
Fugues et Caprices is a set of solo organ pieces composed in 1660 by François Roberday. Fugues et Caprices is a set of solo organ pieces composed in 1660 by François Roberday.
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Lyrics for top songs by Michel Chapuis. Organ Sonata No. 4 in E Minor, BWV 528: II. Andante. Johann Sebastian Bach, Michel Chapuis. Toccata and Fugue in F Major, BWV 540. Michel Chapuis. Toccata Et Fugue en Ré Mineur. François Roberday, Michel Chapuis. Toccata et fugue in D Minor, BWV 565 - Orgue Andersen de l'église de Notre Sauveur, Copenhague. Fugue sur un thème de Corelli in B Minor, BWV 579.
Roberday withdrew from composing for reasons not known (but possibly because of failing to find favour with the young Louis XIV); in the case of Louis Couperin (uncle to François (Couperin)), it was premature death. André Isoir, Jean-Boizard organ (1714) of the Abbey Saint-Michel-en Thiérache & Fretwork, viols (William Hunt, Susanna Pell, Julia Hodgson, Richard Boothby)