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OY539 Tambourin composed by Jean-Philippe Rameau:

Arranged by Yehuda Oppenheimer for accordion. The tambourin is a Provençal dance accompanied by lively duple meter music that was popular throughout the 18th century and can be found in Handel's and Gluck's works.

Jean-Philippe Rameau included tambourins in many of his operas, such as Platée, Les Indes galantes, and Les fêtes d'Hébé. The last gained more fame in a keyboard arrangement.

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