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Maurice Tableaux De Provence Pdf Free


Maurice Tableaux de Provence PDF Free




Are you looking for a free PDF version of Maurice Tableaux de Provence, a suite for alto saxophone and orchestra (or piano) by French composer Paule Maurice? If so, you might be disappointed to learn that this work is likely not in the public domain in the US, nor in the EU and those countries where the copyright term is life+70 years. However, it is public domain in Canada and in other countries where the copyright term is life+50 years.


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Tableaux de Provence (Pictures of Provence) is a five-movement suite that depicts the landscapes and folk songs of Provence, a region in southeastern France. The movements are:



  • Farandoulo di chatouno (Farandole of the Young Girls)



  • Cansoun per ma mio (Song for My Beloved)



  • La boumiano (The Gypsy)



  • Dis alyscamps l'amo souspire (From the Alyscamps I Sigh to You)



  • Lou cabridan (The Goat Herd)




The suite was composed between 1948 and 1955, and dedicated to Marcel Mule, a famous saxophonist and teacher. The first performance was given by Jean-Marie Londeix, another prominent saxophonist, with the Orchestre Symphonique Brestois on December 9, 1958. The work is considered one of the most important and popular pieces in the saxophone repertoire, and has been recorded by many artists.


If you want to learn more about this work, you can visit the [Wikipedia article] or the [IMSLP page], where you can also find the sheet music for alto saxophone and piano. However, if you want to download or print the PDF file, you will need to check the copyright laws of your country and respect them.


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