|Instruments||piano and harpsichord|
Thomas Roseingrave's 'Eight Suits of Lessons for the Harpsichord or Spinet' were first published in London by Walsh c.1725, dedicated to the Earl of Essex. He was the true heir to the style of Henry Purcell, with whom his father, Daniel had been a contemporary chorister at the Chapel Royal.
The movements comprise, 1). Allemande; 2). Courante; 3). Saraband; 4).Gigue; 5). Minuet, and contain some daring episodes of bi-tonality, as well as false relations, and crunching discords typical of the English School.
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