Playlist 2016-07-10

This Week’s Links

Bastille Day

French Revolution

First Hour

Alexander Agricola (c.1445-1506), With all good things (instrumental), Ensemble Unicorn, Michael Posch, Naxos 553840, FORTUNA DESPERATA: SECULAR MUSIC OF THE 15TH C.

Francois Chauvon (fl.17101-1740), Suite #1, Alison Melville – recorder, Washington McClain – baroque oboe, Michael McCraw – baroque bassoon, Julia Wedman – baroque violin, Charlotte Nediger – harpsichord, Early Music EMCCD-7773, CHAUVON LES NOUVEAUX BIJOUX

Jean Joseph Mouret (1682-1738), Rondeau (Masterpiece Theater Theme), Boulder Brass, Dorian 93204, BOLDER BAROQUE

Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764), Concert #1, Ensemble Baroque Nouveau, Charles Sherman – harpsichord, Anthony Martin – violin, Josh Lee – viola da gamba, Stephen Schulz – baroque flute, Reference RR-118, PIECES DE CLAVECIN EN CONCERTS

Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764), In Convertendo (Motet c.1718): choeur: Sans lenteur “Euntes ibant et flebant”, Les Arts Florissants (Flourishing Arts), William Christie, Erato 4509-96967, LES GRANDS MOTETS

Marin Marais (1656-1728), Suite in D, Palladian Ensemble, Linn, 100, THE SUN KING’S PARADISE

Second Hour

Joseph Bodin de Boismortier (1689-1755), Sonata in g op.37 IV, L’Ensemble Portique, Lisette Kielson – recorder, Garry Clarke – violin, David Schrader – harpsichord, Craig Trompeter – viola da gamba & cello, Centaur CRC 3121, SIMPLE PLEASURES, HIDDEN TREASURES

Antoine Forqueray (1671-1745), Dieuxieme (2nd) Suite in G: La Mandoline, La Leclair & Chaconne. La Buisson, Vittorio Ghielmi – viola da gamba, Rodney Prada – viola da gamba, Luca Pianca – archlute, Lorenzo Ghielmi – harpsichord, Passacaille 995, FORQUERAY LE DIABLE

Jacques Martin Hotteterre (1674-1763), Trio Sonata in G op.3 #6, Arion Ensemble (Montreal, Canada), ANALEKTA FL2 3020, LECLAIR HOTTETERRE GUILLEMAIN ENTRE PARIS ET VERSAILLES

Robert de Visee (1650-1725), Overture le Grotte de Versailles, Manuel Barrueco – guitar, EMI 66575, MANUEL BARRUECO BACH AND DE VISEE

Jean-Baptiste Lully (1632-1687), Trios pour le coucher du Roy, Chatham Baroque, Dorian 90272, DANSE ROYALE

Jean-Marie Leclair (1697-1764), Sonata in G op.9 #7 (1743), Four Nations Ensemble, Andrew Appel – dir. & harpsichord, Charles Brink – traverso, Krista Bennion Feeney – violin, Loretta O’Sullivan – cello, Orchid, 100032, JEAN-MARIE LECLAIR

Third Hour

Jacques Duphly (1715-1789), La Casaubon, members of Charivari Agreable (Pleasant Tumult), Signum 32, THE SULTAN AND THE PHOENIX

Marc-Antoine Charpentier (1643-1704), Noels for Instruments, Les Violons du Roy (King’s Violins), Bernard Labadie, Dorian, 90180, A TREASURY OF BAROQUE CHRISTMAS CONCERTI

Marc-Antoine Charpentier (1643-1704), Te Deum: Prelude, English Chamber Orchestra, Anthony Newman, Wynton Marsalis – trumpet, Sony 66244, WYNTON MARSALIS – IN GABRIEL’S GARDEN

Michel Blavet (1700-1768), Sonata VIa in D, Op.3, #6, Masahiro Arita – flute, Chiyoko Arita – harpsichord, Wieland Kuijken – viola da gamba, Denon 79550, BLAVET: 5 SONATES FOR FLUTE-TRAVERSIERE

Ennemond Vieux Gaultier (1575-1651), Pieces in d: Courante, L’Imortelle, Courante, L’Adieu Courante, Sarabande, Allemande, “Tombeau de L’Enclos,” & Canaries, Edward Martin – lute, Thomas Walker – lute, Gamut Music GM02, COURANTE FRENCH BAROQUE LUTE DUETS

Michel Richard Delalande (1657-1726), Les Folies de Cardenio: Prologue, Limoges Baroque Ensemble, Christophe Coin, Laborie LC 01, LES FOLIES DE CARDENIO DEUXIEME BALLET DANSE PAR LE ROY

Fourth Hour

Henry Desmarest (1661-1741), La Diane de Fontainebleau: Overture, La Simphonie du Marais, Hugo Reyne, Astree 8633, LA DIANE DE FONTAINEBLEAU

Jean-Fery Rebel (1666-1747), Les Caracteres de la Danse (Characters of the Dance), Palladian Ensemble, Linn 100, THE SUN KING’S PARADISE

Pierre Attaignant (c.1494-c.1551), Galliarde 4 / Anonyme 1530, Doulce Memoire (Sweet Memory), Astree 8545, CHANSONS NOUVELLES & DANCERIES

Charles (?Francois) Dieupart (after 1667-1740), Suite in A, Frans Bruggen – voice flute, Anner Bylsma – cello, Gustav Leonhardt – harpsichord, Teldec / Warner Classics 65836, FRANS BRUGGEN EDITION

Jacques Aubert (1689-1753), Concerto in D for 4 violins, cello & bc op.17 #6, Collegium Musicum 90, Simon Standage, Chandos 0577, LE CARILLON

Francois Couperin (1626-1661), Pavane in f#, Luc Beausejour – piano, Analekta AN 2 9128, BAROQUE SESSION ON PIANO

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