Jean-Baptiste Drouard de Bousset was born near Dijon in Burgundy and was master of music at the French Academy and at the Louvre chapel in Paris. Remarkable singer, composer, he published various works grouped in volumes (serious and drinking tunes, spiritual tunes).
This drinking song for 3 mixed voices is adorned with a very nice dialogue between the voices, especially in the second part.
I heard the other day saying to my Doctor,
Nothing supports better than a glass of good wine.
Friends, don't you think he's lying?
I want to make it agree.
I have already drunk more than thirty
And I cannot support myself.
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