Ayre In C Major (Almaine)

Air [Fr], Air [E], Ayre [E], Aire, Aria [I] — Song. Traditionally indicates a piece of melodic or vocal nature as opposed to one of dance-like character (i.e. in form or rhythm). An aria typically refers to a formalized song within an opera context for one or more voice.

Divisions for two basses in C major; Fantasia in C minor (à 4) Fantasia in F major "All in a Garden Green" (à 4) Newarke Seidge (à 4) Pavan; Galliard; Four-part ayres in D minor: Ayre; Almaine; Coranto; Fantasia-suite in A minor (à 2, organ obbligato) Fantasia; Air; Corant; Fantasia in C minor (à 5) Fantasia in D major .

 · Listen to All In A Garden Green by Rose Consort of Viols on Apple Music. Stream songs including "Pavan in F", "Fant in C" and more.

 · Pavan in F Major. Consort a6. Track 2. Fantasia in C Minor. Consort a4, Fantasia no Track 3. Divisions for two basses in C Major. Track 4. Fantasia in C Minor. Track 5. Fantasia in F major, All in a Garden Green. Fantasia no Tracks Newarke Seidge. Tracks 8,9, Four-party Are in D Minor: Ayre, Almaine, Coranto. Tracks Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.

Listen to The Trio Sonata Through Two Centuries by London Baroque on Apple Music. Stream songs including "9 Fantasias à 3: No. 6, —", "9 Fantasias à 3: No. 8, —" and more.


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  1. Sett in C major, The Royall Consort, No. 8 (for 2 violins, 2 bass viols and continuo) I. I. Pavan II. Ayre III. Alman IV. Ayre (Corant) almaine, alman — In the Renaissance/Baroque eras, a moderately slow, serious dance usually in duple meter and binary form. Often the first movement of suite.

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