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MeF 506 -
This satirical song, mocking the elegants and their clothing, was published in Italy in Venice in 1504.
François-Auguste Gevaert harmonized the melody, and "actualized" in 19th century French.
This score is available under the reference MeF 507 and can constitute a small humorous suite.
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Merrily, life is good
Because by singing we get free
Painfully, torment as well.
Fricassee (originally, a culinary term) = humorous mixture of tunes and lyrics borrowed from other songs (hodgepodge)
François-Auguste GEVAERT (1828-1908) (re) composed (and transcribed) this anonymous Renaissance song, the lyrics being a translation sometimes far from the original.
The original version (Italy 1504) is published under the reference MeF 506....