Concert français. Pièces de Couperin, Aubert & Dauvergne (Remastered) Jean-François Paillard

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2020

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17.01.2020

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  • François Couperin (1668 - 1733): Les goûts-réünis, Grande sonate "Le Parnasse ou L'apothéose de Corelli":
  • 1Couperin, F: Les goûts-réünis, Grande sonate "Le Parnasse ou L'apothéose de Corelli": I. Corelli au pied du Parnasse prie les Muses de le recevoir parmi elles02:06
  • 2Couperin, F: Les goûts-réünis, Grande sonate "Le Parnasse ou L'apothéose de Corelli": II. Corelli, charmé de la bonne réception qu'on lui fait, marque sa joye02:00
  • 3Couperin, F: Les goûts-réünis, Grande sonate "Le Parnasse ou L'apothéose de Corelli": III. Corelli buvant à la source d'Hypocrène01:13
  • 4Couperin, F: Les goûts-réünis, Grande sonate "Le Parnasse ou L'apothéose de Corelli": IV. Enthouziasme de Corelli causé par les eaux d'Hypocrène01:01
  • 5Couperin, F: Les goûts-réünis, Grande sonate "Le Parnasse ou L'apothéose de Corelli": V. Corelli après son enthouziasme s'endort02:15
  • 6Couperin, F: Les goûts-réünis, Grande sonate "Le Parnasse ou L'apothéose de Corelli": VI. Les Muses réveillent Corelli et le placent auprès d'Apollon00:44
  • 7Couperin, F: Les goûts-réünis, Grande sonate "Le Parnasse ou L'apothéose de Corelli": VII. Remerciement de Corelli02:13
  • Les Nations, Troisième ordre "L'Impériale", Sonade:
  • 8Couperin, F: Les Nations, Troisième ordre "L'Impériale", Sonade: I. Gravement03:03
  • 9Couperin, F: Les Nations, Troisième ordre "L'Impériale", Sonade: II. Vivement01:21
  • 10Couperin, F: Les Nations, Troisième ordre "L'Impériale", Sonade: III. Gravement et marqué01:16
  • 11Couperin, F: Les Nations, Troisième ordre "L'Impériale", Sonade: IV. Légèrement03:04
  • 12Couperin, F: Les Nations, Troisième ordre "L'Impériale", Sonade: V. Vivement02:08
  • Jacques Aubert (1689 - 1753): Concerto à 4 violons en sol mineur, Op. 17 No. 6:
  • 13Aubert: Concerto à 4 violons en sol mineur, Op. 17 No. 6: I. Allegro02:40
  • 14Aubert: Concerto à 4 violons en sol mineur, Op. 17 No. 6: II. Aria grazioso03:15
  • 15Aubert: Concerto à 4 violons en sol mineur, Op. 17 No. 6: III. Allegro04:13
  • Antoine Dauvergne (1713 - 1797): Troisième concert de simphonies à 4 parties en si mineur, Op. 4 No. 1:
  • 16Dauvergne: Troisième concert de simphonies à 4 parties en si mineur, Op. 4 No. 1: I. Ouverture. Grave - Presto03:48
  • 17Dauvergne: Troisième concert de simphonies à 4 parties en si mineur, Op. 4 No. 1: II. Aria gratioso I & II02:54
  • 18Dauvergne: Troisième concert de simphonies à 4 parties en si mineur, Op. 4 No. 1: III. Allegro I & II02:09
  • 19Dauvergne: Troisième concert de simphonies à 4 parties en si mineur, Op. 4 No. 1: IV. Passacaille04:45
  • Total Runtime46:08

Info for Concert français. Pièces de Couperin, Aubert & Dauvergne (Remastered)



Conductor and musicologist Jean-François Paillard was one of the most visible French exponents of Baroque music from the 1960s onward. Paillard earned a degree in mathematics from the Sorbonne, but he turned to music soon after. He attended the Paris Conservatory as a musicology student, where he won first prize in music history; he later studied conducting at the Salzburg Mozarteum with Igor Markevitch. He formed the Ensemble Jean-Marie Leclair in 1952, which was renamed the Jean-François Paillard Chamber Orchestra the following year. Comprised of a dozen string players and a harpsichord, the group paralleled such small-scale English ensembles as the Boyd Neel Orchestra in performing Baroque-era works -- especially those from France -- as well as contemporary works for string orchestra. As the public's interest in Baroque music rose, the orchestra's popularity grew and was aided by a series of international tours covering dozens of countries. The group's recordings on Erato -- which included the standard Baroque repertory such as Bach's Brandenburg Concertos and the Orchestral Suites, as well as pieces by Couperin and Rameau -- were initially easier to find in Europe. But when RCA Victor picked up the Erato catalog for U.S. distribution in the 1970s, Paillard's records were snapped up by American listeners. Lightning struck for Paillard late in the decade with his recording of the Canon in D by Johann Pachelbel. Paillard's ran nearly twice as long as most rival recordings, by virtue of its uniquely slow tempo and its finely delineated parts for the strings, both bowed and pizzicato. Paillard further benefited when Victor issued it on a full-priced LP and paired it with Fasch's Trumpet Concerto and grouped with various RCA artists on a budget-priced compilation LP called Go for Baroque. Sales of Go for Baroque moved faster than Beatles' albums were sold. Paillard's performances and recordings have also included works by Roussel and Debussy. He has worked with such celebrated soloists as Maurice André and Jean-Pierre Rampal. Paillard has won numerous Grand Prix du Disque awards in France and Prix Edison awards in Holland and his release of Rameau's Les Indes galantes remains a highly regarded recording. Later in his career, Paillard turned more to guest conducting orchestras around the world and his avid interest in the sciences.

Orchestre De Chambre Jean-François Paillard
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