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Gigue, from 9th Sonata for violin cello and keyboard Corelli Help Opus Details
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Gigue (pronounced 'jeeg') is the French word for jig, a fast dance tune in triple time. The Italian word is 'Giga', pronounced 'jeega'. Corelli was unusual for a composer of his time (1653 - 1713), in that he wrote only instrumental music, when most contemporaries wrote mostly vocal music, especially for the church. In his sonatas Corelli often used a jig as his last movement (often the 5th, sometimes the 4th movement). This jig is one such example, in this arrangement for Bb clarinet and piano by Victor Gomersall.
Category: Sonata Duet Featuring Clarinet Baroque Period
Time Signature 12 /8 Key Signature   F Major also featuring Piano Play MP3 using player below.

1    Gigue, from 9th Sonata for violin, cello and piano.
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