Ennemond Gaultier

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Ennemond Gaultier was the earliest great French lutenist and should not be confused with his cousin Denis Gaultier; in the seventeenth century, it was customary for the knowledgeable music lover to refer…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
L'immortelle, courante in D minor for 2 lutes (from Piéces de Luth en Musique, 1680) 1652 Chamber Music
Tombeau de Mezangeau, for lute 1652 Chamber Music
Canaris in D minor (from Piéces de Luth en Musique, 1680) 1652 Chamber Music
Courante ("La belle Homicide"), for lute 1631 Chamber Music Keyboard
Suite for lute in A minor / D minor 1655
Suite for lute in C sharp minor / F sharp minor Chamber Music
Suite for lute in E major / A major
Chaconne "La Cascade," for lute Chamber Music
Courante in D minor (from Piéces de Luth en Musique, 1680) Orchestral
Gigue in D minor (from Piéces de Luth en Musique, 1680) Orchestral
Les larmes de Boisser, courante for 2 lutes Chamber Music
La Poste, for lute Chamber Music
Almond Goutier ("Old Gaultier's Nightingale", "Rossignol") (The Wemyss Lute Book) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Carillon Miscellaneous (Classical)
Allemande ou Testament in D minor (from Piéces de Luth en Musique, 1680) Orchestral
Chaconne for lute in F major Chamber Music
The Loss of the Golden Rose Lute for lute Chamber Music
Canaries Miscellaneous (Classical)
Canarie Miscellaneous (Classical)
Courante in C minor (from Piéces de Luth en Musique, 1680) Orchestral
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