Gavotte


"Gavotte" by Michael Praetorius is a renowned composition in the original key. Praetorius, a German composer and organist from the late Renaissance, wrote this piece as part of his collection of dances titled "Terpsichore" in 1612. The composition has been performed by various musicians and continues to be a popular choice for classical ensembles and soloists. A fascinating trivia about Praetorius is that he was recognized for his mastery in organ building as well. "Gavotte" showcases a lively and rhythmic melody, characterized by its infectious and dance-like quality, making it a delightful addition to any classical music repertoire.