Which versions of La Folia have been written down, transcribed or recorded? The purpose of this page is to make it easy for printing the entire listing of composers (so no fancy colors here but only black letters, and hyperlinks are just underlined to distinguish them easily in printed form), or to search a particular word or phrase in the browser (in the menu-browser: edit, search). The last function can also be achieved by the Pico search-facility of the (where the entire site will be searched for hits) but here all of the context within the realm of the chapter 'alphabetical composers' will be instantly revealed. Which versions of the later Folia have been written down, transcribed or recorded? Anonymous for carillon (in dutch: beiaard) (Ms. New English File Beginner Cd 2 Download. 1756) Les Folies d'Espagne (theme and double followed by 12 variations) Manuscript LBII II. 40 (Library of Leuven?)(Folie des Spanie) A small introduction of the carillon as an instrument might be handy because it is not that familiar to a larger audience.
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