The Grand Plein from Louis-Nicholas Cleramault’s Suite du Premier Ton is a rare example of French Baroque organ music. The piece consists of a slow introduction and a slow, powerful fugue.
The French were much less skittish about harmonic clashes than the Germans and English of the same period, and there are a couple of deliberately “spicey” line collisions.
Scored for two Trumpets, French Horn, Trombone, and Tuba.
The piece has not been recorded as yet, so the mp3 file is a MIDI audio extract. Not the greatest sound, but certainly good enough to give you an idea of the piece.
Score and parts (hard copy) for $18.00 plus shipping; PDFs of same $15.00.