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Suite no. Air and Five Variations. Sviatoslav Richter. Keyboard Suite No. Air con variazioni Andantino. Clark and Connon again come up with something different: a famous family of rope-dancers called Maillot who performed at the Foire Saint Germain. For sure the piece is another rondeau with three couplets and a witty coda tacked on to the end. It is also a bit of a finger-twister. Its comic nature is emphasized by the plentiful use of ornaments that must be executed very quickly and clearly.
It is written entirely in the key of B minor—a solemn, majestic, solitary key which was unusual for the time. The chromaticisms in the second section are remarkable for their intensity and expressiveness. Another allemande follows, but this one is completely different in mood. Again telling us to play lightly, Couperin charms us with this steadily-moving dance played, for the most part, in the lower part of the keyboard.
This ordre is much closer to the normal Baroque idea of a suite with its set sequence of dance movements allemande, courante, sarabande, various galanteries, gigue. It denotes an alteration of the notated rhythm, usually when the notes are stepwise, so that one note is longer than the other although they are written in equal values. The earliest mention of it in France dates back to So much confusing material has been written on the subject that it is difficult to be sure how widespread a practise this was. It seems important, therefore, to understand this way of playing and to know when it should or should not be used.
Musical judgement plays a big role in deciding.