Noel Votre bonte Grand Dieu


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Noel by Claude Balbastre (1727-1799) arranged by Ellie Hallett for Organ and Flute obligato

This joyful piece is an arrangement of the exhilarating first variation, Votre grand dieu by the Baroque composer Claude Balbastre (1727-1799), and is in A major.

The score includes a separate page for the obligato part.

Additional information:

Claude Balbastre was a French composer, harpsichordist, fortepianist and organist. He was a pupil of Claude Rameau, the younger brother of Jean-Phillipe Rameau, and became one of the most prominent composers and performers of his day.

Church services were always crowded when Balbastre played.

He taught Queen Marie Antoinette the harpsichord, and became the organist for the Count of Provence, the future King Louis XVIII.

During the French Revolution, Balbastre was able to avoid being connected with the nobility by playing Revolutionary hymns and songs on the organ he owned.

Instrumentation: Solo piano or piano/instrumental duet

Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

Genre: Baroque

Additional information

Ensemble Type



Baroque Period

Level of Difficulty

License Type

Solo Instrument


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