François Eustache du Caurroy  (1549 - 1609)
Last updated: 07.10.17
According to The Oxford Companion to Music, François Eustache du Caurroy was born near Beauvais and died in Paris aged sixty. He was canon of the Sainte Chappelle in Paris, prior of a monastery sixty miles away, and "Superintendent of the King's Music" to Henri IV of France. He enjoyed high fame as a composer of both choral and instrumental music, some of which has bee reprinted in recent years.
Websites :
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Books :
Books:
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CDs :
Recorder Music CDs:
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Recorder Sheet Music
3 Fantasies (D/A/T) (748683)
Score.
3 s. Fantasie I (sur Psaume I). Fantasie XXIX (sur Une Jeune Fillette). Fantasie XXX ( Seconde Partie).
Publisher: London Pro Musica (EML0168)
2 Fantasies a 4 (A(D)/T(A)/T/B) (754948)
Score.
4 s. From Fantasies a iii, iiii, v et vi parties par Eustache De Caurroy, Maitre de la Chapelle de Roy, Paris, 1610.
Publisher: London Pro Musica (EML0290)