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The repertoire on the album features music from the court at Versailles during the reigns of Louis XIV and Louis XV: François Couperin (1668 – 1733), Robert De Visée (v. 1650-1665 – after 1732), Michel Lambert (1610-1696), Marin Marais (1656 – 1728) Marc-Antoine Charpentier (1643-1704), Jean-Henry D’Anglebert (1629- 1691) Antoine Forqueray (1672-1745) Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764).

“Both of us have grown up with this music from the cradle of our earliest infancy; […] It is music that allowed us to become what we are, while at the same time encouraging us to question things constantly. […] Now, playing the music – because, as we all know, we play rather than make music – has become a part that each of us plays, played here as a double act. Each one for himself, with his instrument as a crucible, and at the same time each of us for the other, since after all we are engaged in a performance. We don’t know how to play alone. This is the paradox of the game of music: a cross between extremely precise rules for how to play – how to read this cryptic language we spend our life deciphering, like hieroglyphs – and the magic to which it leads us – its at once organic and dreamlike dimension. This is where we find our shared expression: in a shared ordeal, we still don’t fully understand. […] Our playing goes far beyond dialogue: for us, it is not about responding to each other so much as it is about questioning and inviting our listeners to join us in this exploration with no answer or resolution. […] So we brood over this music, we play it endlessly, and we play endlessly. That is precisely what we do in this programme composed almost exclusively of rondos (refrain–verse–refrain–verse), and pieces with repeats in binary form.” – Jean Rondeau

François Couperin (1668 – 1733)
1) Les Baricades Mïstérieuses (from « Second livre des pièces de clavecin, ordre VI » )
Robert De Visée (v. 1650-1665 – après 1732)
2-7 Suite No7 in D minor
2) Allemande, La Royalle
3) Courante
4) Sarabande
5) Gavotte
6) Chaconne
7) Mascarade, Rondeau
Michel Lambert (1610-1696)
8) «Mes jours s’en vont finir»
Marin Marais (1656 – 1728)
9) «Les Voix Humaines» (from «Deuxième livre de Pièces de viole»)
François Couperin (1668 – 1733)
10) Prélude en Do Majeur (Premier Prélude from «L’Art de Toucher le Clavecin»)
11) La Ménetou, Rondeau, Gracieusement, Sans lenteur (from «Second livre des pièces de clavecin,
ordre VII»)
Marin Marais (1656 – 1728)
12) « La Rêveuse » (from « Quatrième livre de Pièces de viole »)
François Couperin (1668 – 1733)
13) Le Dodo ou L’amour au berceau, Rondeau, Sur le Mouvement des Berçeuses
(from «Troisième livre de pièces de clavecin, ordre XV»)
14) Marc-Antoine Charpentier (1643-1704)
«Sans frayeur dans ce bois» H467

Jean-Henry D’Anglebert (1629 – 1691)
15) Prélude en ré mineur (from Suite No 3 in D minor)
16) Sarabande grave, Lentement (from Suite No 3 in D minor)
Antoine Forqueray (1672-1745)
17) « La Portugaise » Marqué et d’Aplomb.
18) « La Sylva » Très Tendrement.
19) « La Jupiter » Modérément
Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764)
20) “Je vous revois”, duo from “Les fêtes d’Hébé ou les talens lyriques”, Act 1

Informação adicional


Jean Rondeau (harpsichord), Thomas Dunford (lute), Lea Desandre (mezzo-soprano), Marc Mauillon (baritone), Myriam Rignol (viola da gamba)






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