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Ta bonne grâce

Ta bonne grâce

(Code: A110906048)

“Ta bonne grâce” is intended to be performed for four voices. It was written by Roquelay and published by Pierre Attaingnant around 1535. This is one of the only songs for which Roquelay is definitely the composer. This song is famous, and several polyphonic versions were created. There was also an arrangement for basse danse in “Musicque de Joye” which was published in Lyon by the end of the 1540s by Jacques Moderne, also called “Le grand Jacques.” There is no difficulty for this funny song typical of the Parisian song.

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“Ta bonne grâce” is intended to be performed for four voices. It was written by Roquelay and published by Pierre Attaingnant around 1535. This is one of the only songs for which Roquelay is definitely the composer. This song is famous, and several polyphonic versions were created. There was also an arrangement for basse danse in “Musicque de Joye” which was published in Lyon by the end of the 1540s by Jacques Moderne, also called “Le grand Jacques.” There is no difficulty for this funny song typical of the Parisian song.