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Wydawnictwo: Atma
Nr katalogowy: ACD 22858
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: lipiec 2023
EAN: 722056285827
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): francuski
Instrumenty: viola da gamba

Couperin / Marais / Rameau: Anguille Sous Roche (something Fishy) - Pieces a deux violes

Atma - ACD 22858
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Les Voix Humaines:
Susie Napper, viola da gamba
Melisande Corriveau, viola da gamba
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Couperin, F:
Pieces de clavecin I:
Ordre 4eme in F major

Couperin, F:
Pieces de clavecin III:
Ordre 15eme in A major

Rameau:
La Coulicam

Rameau:
La Livri in C minor
ATMA Classique is delighted to present Anguille sous roche (Something Fishy), the first recording by the latest incarnation of renowned viol duo Les Voix humaines. The new pairing consists of M?lisande Corriveau, who succeeds the duo's co-founder Margaret Little, and Susie Napper. Corriveau and Napper have performed together for two decades as members of Les Voix humaines Consort. Both play on historic viols by London luthier, Barak Norman. Anguille sous roche (Something Fishy) features delicacies from the French repertoire that are infused with humour, virtuosity, and tenderness. Works for two viols by quintessential French baroque composers Couperin, Marais, and Rameau capture the witty sensitivity that was unique to this period. In their suites of pieces for viols, these composers offer listeners an array of unusual, fleeting, and almost surreal connections. Les Voix humaines bring flair and brilliance to their performances, building upon decades of performances worldwide by Susie Napper and Margaret Little, whose musical complicity was legendary. Their many prizes and recordings are the foundation upon which the new duo with Melisande Corriveau will build a creative repertoire and innovative style to inspire a new generation of music-lovers.

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