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concert Jordi Savall conducts Corelli, Telemann and Rameau Le Concert Spirituel at the Time of Louis XV

Le Concert Spirituel at the Time of Louis XV

Jordi Savall conducts Corelli, Telemann and Rameau Le Concert Spirituel at the Time of Louis XV

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Jordi Savall and the musicians of the ensemble Le Concert des Nations perform works by Corelli, Telemann and Rameau.

During the 18th century emerged the notion of public concert. For the first time, people could buy an entrance ticket and gather to attend a musical performance of the highest quality within a concert hall or an opera house. This modern practice of musical consumption emerged simultaneously in the United Kingdom, in Italy, and in France, where the most famous organization was the "Concert spirituel."

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Cast

  • Le Concert des Nations
  • Enrico Onofri | Concertino
  • Riccardo Minasi | Violinist
  • Isabel Serrano | Violinist
  • Paula Waisman | Violinist
  • Santi Aubert | Violinist
  • Angelo Bartoletti | Alto
  • Giovanni De Rosa | Alto
  • Balázs Máté | Cellist
  • Antoine Ladrette | Cellist
  • Xavier Puertas | Violone
  • Pierre Hamon | Recorder
  • Marc Hantaï | Traverso
  • Yi-Fen Chen | Traverso
  • Xavier Díaz Latorre | Guitarist, Theorbist
  • Michael Behringer | Harpsichordist
  • Pedro Estevan | Percussionist

Program

  • Arcangelo Corelli, Concerto grosso in D Major, Op. 6 No. 4
    • 1. Adagio – Allegro
    • 2. Adagio – Vivace
    • 3. Allegro – Allegro
  • Georg Philipp Telemann, Concerto in A Minor for recorder, Viola da gamba, Strings, and Basso Continuo TWV 52: a1
    • 1. Grave – Allegro
    • 2. Dolce – Allegro
  • Georg Philipp Telemann, Tafelmusik – Overture and Suite in E Minor for Two traversos, Strings, and Basso Continuo TWV 55: e1
    • 1. Lentement – Vite – Lentement
    • 2. Réjouissance
    • 3. Rondeau
    • 4. Loure
    • 5. Passepied
    • 6. Air: un peu vivement
    • 7. Gigue
  • Georg Philipp Telemann, Suite in D Major for Viola da gamba Strings, and Basso Continuo TWV 55: d6
    • 1. Ouverture – Allegro – Lento
    • 2. La Trompette
    • 3. Sarabande
    • 4. Rondeau
    • 5. Bourrée
    • 6. Courante / Double
    • 7. Gigue
  • Jean-Philippe Rameau, Suite "Les Indes Galantes"
    • 1. Entrée des Quatre-Nations
    • 2. Air Polonais
    • 3. Rigaudons I et II en Rondeau
    • 4. Air pour les Amants qui suivent Bellone
    • 5. Air pour les Esclaves Africains
    • 6. Orage – Air pour Borée et la Rose
    • 7. Air pour Zéphyre
    • 8. Gavotte
    • 9. Air tendre pour la Rose
    • 10. Adoration du Soleil
    • 11. Air grave pour les Incas du Pérou
    • 12. Tambourins I et II

Details

  • Directed by:
    • Benjamin Bleton alias Karl More
  • Venue: Fontfroide Abbey (Narbonne, France)
  • Production date: 2010
  • Recording date: 2010
  • Duration: 1 h 43 min
  • Production: © Karl More Productions / Alia Vox / Mezzo
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