Aires Made on Purpose for a Flute (Demoivre, Daniel)

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Editor Hugo Ruf (1925-1999)
Publisher. Info. Einzelstücke und Suiten, für Altblockflöte solo
Mainz: Schott Musik International, (1970). Plate 42824.
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Work Title Aires Made on Purpose for a Flute
Alternative. Title Aires Made on Purpose for a Flute as Allemands, Gavotts, Sarabands, Minuets and Jiggs for the Improvement of the Hand, with Great Variety of Aire Suitted to the Instrument. Compos'd by Mr. Demoivre. 3d. Collection.
Composer Demoivre, Daniel
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IDD 2
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 8 suites
  1. Suite in A minor
  2. Suite in G minor
  3. Suite in F major
  4. Suite in D major
  5. Suite in C minor
  6. Suite in E minor
  7. Suite in B-flat major
  8. Suite in D minor
First Publication. 1715 ?
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation recorder (possibility a continuo part is no extant)

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Probably it's the 3rd Demoivre's collection of pieces published in the early 18th century (G. Beechey and M. Stratford, 1985):

  • Lessons for a Single Flute (1701, no extant copies), reprinted as A Set of Aires for a Single Flute (1730, no extant copies);
  • Aires for a Flute and a Bass (n.d.);
  • Aires Made on Purpose for a Flute (1715?, only the a copy of the recorder part keept by Durham Cathedral survives).