Songs about Thoinot:

songsDing Dong! Merrily On High - Branle By Thoinot Arbeau/Roth by Mannheim Steamroller from the Album Renaissance Holiday

songsAct Five: Belle Qui Tiens Ma Vie (Arr. Lyons after Thoinot Arbeau) by London The Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Company from the Album Celebrating Shakespeare: This World's Globe

songsAu Sainct Nau Charlotte (Orchésographie Thoinot Arbeau) by Denis Zaidman, Jean-Michel Deliers, Françoise Enock, Jean-Jacques Herbin, Francisco Orozco, Ensemble Alegria from the Album Les Grans Noelz Nouveaulx : Cantiques mellificques et triomphantes chansonnettes

songsPavane (Thoinot Arbeau, 1588) with interlude from Lachrimae (Joh by Cambiata from the Album Nutmegs and Ginger


Books about Thoinot:

booksTHOINOT ET LES VOLEURS DE LEONARDO, (French Edition) by Jean-Claude Féret (Aug 19, 2008)

booksTHOINOT & NICOLETTE SAUVENT LE ROY (French Edition) by jean-Claude Féret (Aug 21, 2008)

booksTHOINOT & NICOLETTE ET LE TRÉSOR DU ROY (French Edition) by Jean-Claude Féret (Aug 21, 2008)

booksTHOINOT ARBEAU: An entry from Gale's Arts and Humanities Through the Eras (2005)

booksOrchésographie de Thoinot Arbeau : Méthode et théorie en forme de disocurs et tablature

booksRenaissance-Tänze der Orchesographie nach Thoinot Arbeau, m. Audio-CD by Unknown. (1996)

booksPrécis De Microbie: Technique Et Microbes Pathogénes (French Edition) by Thoinot, Léon-Henri, Masselin, E J. published... (Apr 8, 2010)


Wiki information Thoinot:

Thoinot Arbeau
Composer, Musical Artist, Deceased Person, Author, Person, Musician

Thoinot Arbeau is the anagrammatic pen name of French cleric Jehan Tabourot. Tabourot is most famous for his Orchésographie, a study of late sixteenth-century French Renaissance social dance. He was born in Dijon and died in Langres.

Basse-dance 'Jouissance' - Thoinot Arbeau (1589)
Musical Recording, Canonical Version