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X:1 T:Bien Aimée, La (The Beloved) M:2/4 L:1/8 S:Daubat - Cent Contredanses en Rond (1757), No. 39 Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:A eaec | cecA | (Bd) (EG)|BE (B/c/d) | caec | cecA | (Bd) (EG) | A2 A,2 :||: (.B.c.B.A) | (GBG).E | .e(fed) | .c(ecA) | {b}aeec | fdcB | (ce) (EG) | A2 A,2 :|



BIEN AIMÉE, LA. French, Country Dance (2/4 time). A Major. Standard tuning. AABB. From the contradance book (tunes with dance instructions) of Robert Daubat (who styled himself Robert d'Aubat de Saint-Flour), born in Saint-Flour, Cantal, France, in 1714, dying in Gent, Belgium, in 1782. According to Belgian fiddler Luc De Cat, at the time of the publication of his collection (1757) Daubat was a dancing master in Gent and taught at several schools and theaters. He also was the leader of a choir and was a violin player in a theater. Mr. De Cat identifies a list of subscribers of the original publication, numbering 132 individuals, of the higher level of society and the nobility, but also including musicians and dance-masters (including the ballet-master from the Italian opera in London). Many of the tunes are written with parts for various instruments, and include a numbered bass.

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Printed sources : - Daubat (Cent Contredanses en Rond), 1757; No. 39.

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