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From Versailles to the Royal Academy of Music, from the Concert spirituel to the Violons du Roy, the duo that unites harpsichord and violin illustrates the fine tradition of the sonata repertoire in the 18th century, a touchstone of the instrumental concert that was highly appreciated in the Parisian salons and princely courts. Like a musical journey between baroque and rococo, in the company of virtuosos with a touching inspiration, these elegant and refined sonatas reveal great sensitivity under the guise of entertainment.
From Versailles to the Royal Academy of Music, from the Concert spirituel to the Violons du Roy, the duo that unites harpsichord and violin illustrates the fine tradition of the sonata repertoire in the 18th century, a touchstone of the instrumental concert that was highly appreciated in the Parisian salons and princely courts. Like a musical journey between baroque and rococo, in the company of virtuosos with a touching inspiration, these elegant and refined sonatas reveal great sensitivity under the guise of entertainment.
3760127226079
Jocelyne Cuiller - La Favorite: Les Maitres De Musique

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Format: CD
Label: MIRARE
Rel. Date: 03/10/2023
UPC: 3760127226079

La Favorite: Les Maitres De Musique
Artist: Jocelyne Cuiller
Format: CD
New: Available $24.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Ouverture
2. La de May
3. La Madin
4. * Jean-Baptiste Cardonne: Sonate IV Pour Clavecin Avec Accompagnement de Violon Obligé, Premier Livre, Op. 3 "La Favorite"
5. I. Allegro
6. II. Andante Assai
7. III. Aria 1 Et 2
8. Violin Sonata No. 3 in G Major Duets for Keyboard and Violin
9. I. Allegro
10. II. Andante
11. III. Minuetto
12. * Jean-Baptiste Cardonne: Sonate VI Pour Clavecin Avec Accompagnement de Violon Obligé, Premier Livre, Op. 3
13. I. Andante Assai
14. II. Andante Amoroso
15. III. Menuets 1 Et 2
16. * Johann Schobert: Sonate IV Pour Clavecin en RÉ Mineur, Op. 14
17. I. Allegro Assai
18. II. Andante
19. III. Presto

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From Versailles to the Royal Academy of Music, from the Concert spirituel to the Violons du Roy, the duo that unites harpsichord and violin illustrates the fine tradition of the sonata repertoire in the 18th century, a touchstone of the instrumental concert that was highly appreciated in the Parisian salons and princely courts. Like a musical journey between baroque and rococo, in the company of virtuosos with a touching inspiration, these elegant and refined sonatas reveal great sensitivity under the guise of entertainment.
        
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