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  • Élisabeth-Claude Jacquet de La Guerre (1665 - 1729): Trio Sonata in G Minor:
  • 1Trio Sonata in G Minor: I. Grave01:21
  • 2Trio Sonata in G Minor: II. Presto - Presto - Adagio03:15
  • 3Trio Sonata in G Minor: III. Presto. Récit de basse01:00
  • 4Trio Sonata in G Minor: IV. Aria affettuoso. Adagio - Becarre allegro - Bemol01:52
  • Sébastien De Brossard (1655 - 1730): Sonata in A Minor "Detta la Primogenita":
  • 5Sonata in A Minor "Detta la Primogenita"05:49
  • André Campra (1660 - 1744): Sonata No. 1 in B-Flat Major:
  • 6Sonata No. 1 in B-Flat Major05:35
  • Sébastien De Brossard: Sonata in C Major "Detta la Seconda":
  • 7Sonata in C Major "Detta la Seconda"04:17
  • François Couperin (1668 - 1733): La Convalescente:
  • 8La Convalescente: I. Gravement. Vivement et ferme03:36
  • 9La Convalescente: II. Lentement01:02
  • 10La Convalescente: III. Air gracieusement. Lentement03:23
  • 11La Convalescente: IV. Vivement02:01
  • Louis-Nicolas Clérambault (1676 - 1749): Trio Sonata in G Major "La Félicité":
  • 12Trio Sonata in G Major "La Félicité": I. Lentement - Allegro - Lent03:41
  • 13Trio Sonata in G Major "La Félicité": II. Allegro01:16
  • 14Trio Sonata in G Major "La Félicité": III. [Gavotte] - [Gigue] - Lent01:42
  • André Campra: Sonata No. 2 in A Major:
  • 15Sonata No. 2 in A Major03:18
  • Sébastien De Brossard: Sonata in D Major:
  • 16Sonata in D Major: I. Allegro01:33
  • 17Sonata in D Major: II. Rondeau01:17
  • 18Sonata in D Major: III. Rigaudon01:46
  • 19Sonata in D Major: IV. [Sarabande]00:53
  • 20Sonata in D Major: V. [Gigue]01:18
  • Jean-Féry Rebel (1666 - 1747): Tombeau de Monsieur de Lully:
  • 21Tombeau de Monsieur de Lully: I. Lentement - Gravement03:23
  • 22Tombeau de Monsieur de Lully: II. Vif - Marqué - Gai01:48
  • 23Tombeau de Monsieur de Lully: III. Lentement - Doux - Récit - Grave02:45
  • 24Tombeau de Monsieur de Lully: IV. Doux - Récit - Vivement03:35
  • 25Tombeau de Monsieur de Lully: V. Lentement - Gravement03:33
  • Total Runtime01:04:59

Info for The Paris Album

Ensemble Diderot continues to explore the development and dissemination of the trio sonata in baroque Europe with this exciting new release.

This new release from the talented and critically acclaimed Ensemble Diderot and Johannes Pramsohler contains many premiere recordings. Entirely dedicated to works from the era after Lully’s death, this album celebrates the newly found freedom at the time when composers started to combine French style with transalpine ardour. Johannes Pramsohler and his musicians bring their usual precision, passion and energy to this programme packed with new discoveries.

"Pramsohler, violinist and founder of Ensemble Diderot, has given careful thought to the construction and originality of his programmes…In The Paris Album, François Couperin and Jean-Féry Rebel share pride of place…The players follow a manuscript copy by the Dresden violin virtuoso Pisendel and give a supple and authoritative account of its exhilarating concluding fugal Vivement." (BBC Music Magazine)

"One sense a love for the theatrical over the pretty in these musicians, a suspicion confirmed by ‘The Paris Album’, where the composers all seem to be responding as much to French musical drama as to Italian instrumental brio. Ensemble Diderot respond with infectious aplomb…No affected gestures and frilly cuffs here, only the dramatic moment grabbed with both hands." (Gramophone Magazine)

"Clearly a great deal of research and planning has gone into the compilation of both these albums, but Ensemble Diderot’s ebullient approach wears that learning very lightly. Even music that is distinctly subfusc...receives performances that squeeze every last morsel of rhythmic or melodic variety out of their formulaic phrases." (The Guardian)

Ensemble Diderot
Johannes Pramsohler, violin
Roldán Bernabé, violin
Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba
Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord

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