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Wydawnictwo: Etcetera
Nr katalogowy: KTC 1716
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: wrzesień 2021
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Obszar (język): francuski

Chedeville: Les Impromptus de Fontainebleau

Etcetera - KTC 1716
Wykonawcy
Jean-Pierre Van Hees
Pieterjan Van Kerckhoven
Les impromptus de Fontainebleau
Les sentiers d’Avon
Vallee Royalle
Les singes verts
Gallerie des chevreuils
Les jardins de Diane
Gallerie des cerfs
La Magdelaine
Les petites maisons
Les petits cerfs
Les filles bleues
Le rocher Bouligny
Les bilbaux
La route ronde
Les beccassiers
Le valvin
Le bois de Madame
Le monmerle
Les etoilles
La table du grand Maitre
L’epine blanche
Fontaine Belleau
Tambourins
Clorinde
Tancrede
Les franchards
Les triolets
La chaise a l Abbe
Le tibre
La pommeraie
La table du roi
La malmontagne
Les grands feuillard
La cour des fontaines
Le mont Tandart
La boissiere
Les ecluses
Les hameaux
Les Provenceaus
Nicolas Chédeville (Serez 1705 ? Paris 1782) was the youngest of three instrumentalists from a branch of the Hotteterre family, known for its major role in the manufacturing of wind instruments as well as for its famous musicians active at the court of Versailles. Pierre Chédeville, the older, died in 1725. The two brothers Esprit-Philippe (known as ?the older? after the death of Pierre) and Nicolas (called ?the youngest?) played oboe in royal musical circles but are especially renowned as players and makers of musettes, as well as composers and arrangers for their favourite instrument. Both brothers enjoyed permanent posts as hautbois de la chambre and musettes ordinaires in the Royal Academy of Music, and Nicolas taught musette to the Royal children, and in particular to princess Victoire of France to whom he dedicated three of his works. His compositions highlight particularly well the specific resources of the musette for which he also transcribed pieces by Italian composers, including Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, and La Follia.

The works of Nicolas Chédeville include collections for amateurs (a lucrative market for the composer) and pieces requiring great virtuosity. His works are divided in style, between divertissements in the French style (dances, marches, fanfares or country tunes) and sonatas in the Italian style. The works of his elder brother, Esprit-Philippe, in some ways resemble the style of the younger Nicolas but adhere more closely to the French school. As virtuosi, composers and renowned makers, the Chédeville brothers belong alongside other exceptional instrumentalists of the period such as harpsichordist Couperin and viol player Forqueray.

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  • HC 22023
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  • BMCCD 292
  • C 210123
  • RH 020
  • CHAN 20140
  • HC 21042
  • PAS 1101
  • CRC 3892
  • NIFCCD 647-648