Prologue
Elisabeth Jacquet de La Guerre
1694

6. Ce n’est point de son Diadême

  • Pan (Basse) · D3 – D4
  • Basse continue

French Text by Joseph-François Duché de Vancy

Pan

Ce n’est point de son Diadême
Qu’il emprunte l’éclat dont il est revêtu.

Notes

“Jacquet de La Guerre’s original score was most likely written in five parts, after the tradition established by Lully. As only Ballard’s partition reduite survives, however, only the upper two instrumental parts and the basse continue are extant.” IMSLP

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