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MCX66 Score and parts
François Pantillon (*1928)
François Pantillon was born 1928 into a family of musicians. He studied music first with his father, then for 5 years at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels. He received several First Prizes (violin, harmony, conterpoint) and a diploma in conducting. He gained considerable experience in conducting by leading many orchestras, earning an international reputation as an oratorio specialist.
A divertimento in three parts
The sextet is a divertimento in three parts: the first offers contrasting burlesque and heroic themes, followed by a gracious and cantabile theme. The second movement is a march doloroso that evolves into an ethereal dream episode, and the third is a joyfull and bright badinerie highlighted by unpredictable rhythmic variations.
- Editions Bim
- Allegro (5')
Allegro giocoso (5')