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As gleaned from various Internet sources, Charles François Dieupart was apparently born about 1667 as the son of a Parisian candle maker. He spent most of his life in England as a violinist and harpsichord player under the name of Charles Dieupart but he himself used F. Dieupart as his signature. His "Six Suittes de Clavessin divisées en Ouvertures, Allemandes, Courantes, Sarabandes, Gavottes, Menuets, Rondeaux et Gigues" were published with E. Roger in Amsterdam. and were composed as an harpsichord solo with a version for recorder or violin and b.c. (viola da gamba and lute). He died in London.
Recorder sheet music at SheetMusicPlus.com
Recorder Music CDs:
Sergio Balestracci on "Dieupart: Six Suites pour flûte À bec / Balestracci"
Sergio Balestracci on "Dieupart: Suiten für Blockflöte u. B.c. Nr. 1-6"
Benedikta Bonitz on "Il Flauto Dolce"
Frans Brüggen on "Frans Brüggen Edition Vol. 06 (Französische Blockflötensuiten"
Frans Brüggen on "The Art of Recorder"
Frans Brüggen on "Le Charme de la Flûte à bec"
Francis Colpron on "Dieupart: 6 Suites for Recorder"
Barbara Husenbeth on "French Music for the Recorder"
Barbara Husenbeth on "French Music for Recorder"
Marijke Miessen on "French Music 18th century"
Hugo Reyne on "Purcell/Dieupart: Recorder Ayres" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)
Michael Schneider on "French Recorder Music Vol. 1" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)
Michael Schneider on "French Recorder Music Vol. 2"
Conrad Steinmann on "Barockmusik für Blockflöte"
Leif Ramlov Svendsen on "Blockflötenmusik des Barock"
Trio Basiliensis on "Kammermusik mit Blockflöte"
Reine-Marie Verhagen on "Music for Recorder"