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Ensemble Barockin' - Louis-Gabriel Guillemain: Sonates en Quatuors (2015)

23-07-2015, 15:06
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Ensemble Barockin' - Louis-Gabriel Guillemain: Sonates en Quatuors (2015)

Artist: Ensemble Barockin'
Title Of Album: Louis-Gabriel Guillemain: Sonates en Quatuors
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Raumklang
Genre: Classical
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 56:09 min
Total Size: 128 / 318 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


Sonata III en ré mineur
Premier livre en quatuors, Œuvre XII (1743)

01. Allegro [4:01]
02. Larghetto [3:37]
03. Aria Gratioso [2:41]
04. Allegro [3:55]

Sonata I en sol majeur *
Premier livre en quatuors, Œuvre XII (1743)

05. Allegro Moderato [4:10]
06. Aria Gratioso – Altro un poco più Allegro [5:41]
07. Allegro ma non Presto [4:28]

Sonata IV en do mineur
Second livre en quatuors, Œuvre XVII (1756)

08. Allegro [4:33]
09. Aria Gratioso [4:25]
10. Presto [3:17]

Sonata V en ré majeur *
Second livre en quatuors, Œuvre XVII (1756)

11. Allegro [4:44]
12. Aria Gratioso – Altro [7:00]
13. Presto [3:43]

Louis-Gabriel Guillemain, a violinist at the court of Louis XV, was known by his contemporaries above all for his virtuosity, his impulsiveness, and also for his extravagant life style. A rock star of the eighteenth century, who in the end died with an injured soul and under mysterious circumstances: his body was found with fourteen stab wounds.... Yet Guillemain was much more than a passionate virtuoso. His two collections of Sonates en quatours uvre XII (1743) and XVII (1756) which both bear the designation Conversations galantes et amusantes, present musical images of the intellectually stimulating conversations at the court of Louis XV in Versailles and captivate with a then modern melodic structure and very demanding, innovative playing technique. Ensemble Barockin has risen to these challenges and recorded the nearly forgotten sonatas, including two world premieres, for RAUMKLANG. The international ensemble around artistic director Dmitry Lepekhov (German Record Critics Award 2011), with musicians from Russia, Japan, and France, are united in their dedication to historical performance practice. With their debut CD, they add another jewel to the repertoire of French late-Baroque chamber music.

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bracsadance   User offline   13 February 2016 03:14

Najlepsa hvala!

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