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Jean-Joseph Mouret (April 11, 1682, Avignon - December 22, 1738, Charenton-le-Pont) was a French composer whose dramatic works made him one of the leading exponents of Baroque music in his country. Even though most of his works are no longer performed, Mouret's name survives today thanks to the popularity of the Fanfare-Rondeau from his first Suite de Symphonies, which has been adopted as the signature tune of the PBS program Masterpiece Theatre.
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- Rondeau - (1:28) - 110 plays
- Sinfonies de Fanfare in D Major: Rondeau - (1:54) - 46 plays
- Sinfonies de Fanfare in D Major: I. Rondeau-Fanfare - (1:54) - 44 plays
- Sinfonies de Fanfare in D Major: 1. Rondeau (1st Movement of Suite No.1) - (1:59) - 55 plays
- Suite de Symphonies No. 1: Fanfare-Rondeau - (1:57) - 27 plays
- Rondeau (Theme from Masterpiece Theater) - (1:50) - 32 plays
- Rondeau (from Suite de Symphonies No. 1) (Theme to "Masterpiece Theatre") - (1:25) - 30 plays
- Rondeau et Fanfares (Suite de Symphonies): I. Rondeau - (1:53) - 10 plays
- Rondeau (Theme to "Masterpiece Theatre") - (1:25) - 7 plays
- Sinfonies De Fanfares: Rondeau - (3:07) - 44 plays
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