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Clément Lefebvre|Couperin & Rameau : Pièces pour clavier

Couperin & Rameau : Pièces pour clavier

Clément Lefebvre

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For his first record, the young French pianist Clément Lefebvre has selected Couperin and Rameau, whom he presents here in the very original form of an expressive journey through a single day, from morning to night. On the way, Lefebvre moves from one composer to another and playing on their suggestive titles, he underlines what unites and divides them with a subtle intelligence. Clément Lefebvre showed a keen interest in music from a young age. He started playing piano at the age of four, before discovering percussion. After studies and winning prizes in these two instruments at the Conservatoire de Lille, he decided to concentrate fully on the piano. Hortense Cartier-Bresson taught him at the Conservatoire de Boulogne-Billancourt and prepared him for the entrance competition for the Conservatoire de Paris (CNSMD). Clément Lefebvre entered the prestigious institution in 2010 and learned with Roger Muraro, Isabelle Dubuis, Claire Désert, Pierre-Laurent Aimard, and Alain Planès. He also received masterclasses from Philippe Bianconi, Xu Zhong, Michael Lewin, Christian Ivaldi, Emmanuel Strosser as well as from members of the Wanderer Trio. Clément Lefebvre won the First Prize and the Audience Prize at the 2016 James Mottram international piano competition in Manchester. A soloist, he also enjoys chamber music, whether with the Alban Berg Piano Quartet which he founded with a few friends, or as part of a duet with pianist Alexandre Leroy. © François Hudry/Qobuz

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La dauphine (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

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La Dauphine
00:02:57

Clément Lefebvre, Piano - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

Little Tribeca Little Tribeca, Clément Lefebvre

Quatrième livre de pièces de clavecin (1730) (François Couperin)

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22e Ordre en ré majeur : III. Le point du jour
00:02:49

Clément Lefebvre, Piano - François Couperin, Composer

Little Tribeca Little Tribeca, Clément Lefebvre

Troisième livre de pièces de clavecin (1722) (François Couperin)

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13e Ordre en si mineur : II. Les rozeaux
00:03:27

Clément Lefebvre, Piano - François Couperin, Composer

Little Tribeca Little Tribeca, Clément Lefebvre

Quatrième livre de pièces de clavecin (1730) (François Couperin)

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23e Ordre en fa majeur : III. L’Arlequine
00:01:14

Clément Lefebvre, Piano - François Couperin, Composer

Little Tribeca Little Tribeca, Clément Lefebvre

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22e Ordre en ré majeur : IV. L’anguille
00:03:11

Clément Lefebvre, Piano - François Couperin, Composer

Little Tribeca Little Tribeca, Clément Lefebvre

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21e Ordre en mi mineur : III. La Couperin
00:03:43

Clément Lefebvre, Piano - François Couperin, Composer

Little Tribeca Little Tribeca, Clément Lefebvre

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23e Ordre en fa majeur : II. Les tricoteuses
00:02:14

Clément Lefebvre, Piano - François Couperin, Composer

Little Tribeca Little Tribeca, Clément Lefebvre

Troisième livre de pièces de clavecin (1722) (François Couperin)

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13e Ordre en si mineur : IV. les folies françoises ou les dominos
00:07:30

Clément Lefebvre, Piano - François Couperin, Composer

Little Tribeca Little Tribeca, Clément Lefebvre

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17e ordre en mi mineur : II. Les petits moulins à vent
00:01:57

Clément Lefebvre, Piano - François Couperin, Composer

Little Tribeca Little Tribeca, Clément Lefebvre

Quatrième livre de pièces de clavecin (1730) (François Couperin)

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26e Ordre en fa dièse mineur : V. La pantomime
00:04:27

Clément Lefebvre, Piano - François Couperin, Composer

Little Tribeca Little Tribeca, Clément Lefebvre

Troisième livre de pièces de clavecin (1722) (François Couperin)

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15e Ordre en la majeur : II. Le dodo, ou l’amour au berceau
00:03:14

Clément Lefebvre, Piano - François Couperin, Composer

Little Tribeca Little Tribeca, Clément Lefebvre

Troisième livre de pièces de clavecin ou nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin : Suite en La (1728) (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

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I. Allemande
00:05:48

Clément Lefebvre, Piano - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

Little Tribeca Little Tribeca, Clément Lefebvre

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II. Courante
00:04:34

Clément Lefebvre, Piano - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

Little Tribeca Little Tribeca, Clément Lefebvre

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III. Sarabande
00:03:45

Clément Lefebvre, Piano - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

Little Tribeca Little Tribeca, Clément Lefebvre

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IV. Les trois mains
00:04:25

Clément Lefebvre, Piano - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

Little Tribeca Little Tribeca, Clément Lefebvre

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V. Fanfarinette
00:03:02

Clément Lefebvre, Piano - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

Little Tribeca Little Tribeca, Clément Lefebvre

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VI. La triomphante
00:01:36

Clément Lefebvre, Piano - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

Little Tribeca Little Tribeca, Clément Lefebvre

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VII. Gavotte et six doubles
00:06:45

Clément Lefebvre, Piano - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

Little Tribeca Little Tribeca, Clément Lefebvre

Album Description

For his first record, the young French pianist Clément Lefebvre has selected Couperin and Rameau, whom he presents here in the very original form of an expressive journey through a single day, from morning to night. On the way, Lefebvre moves from one composer to another and playing on their suggestive titles, he underlines what unites and divides them with a subtle intelligence. Clément Lefebvre showed a keen interest in music from a young age. He started playing piano at the age of four, before discovering percussion. After studies and winning prizes in these two instruments at the Conservatoire de Lille, he decided to concentrate fully on the piano. Hortense Cartier-Bresson taught him at the Conservatoire de Boulogne-Billancourt and prepared him for the entrance competition for the Conservatoire de Paris (CNSMD). Clément Lefebvre entered the prestigious institution in 2010 and learned with Roger Muraro, Isabelle Dubuis, Claire Désert, Pierre-Laurent Aimard, and Alain Planès. He also received masterclasses from Philippe Bianconi, Xu Zhong, Michael Lewin, Christian Ivaldi, Emmanuel Strosser as well as from members of the Wanderer Trio. Clément Lefebvre won the First Prize and the Audience Prize at the 2016 James Mottram international piano competition in Manchester. A soloist, he also enjoys chamber music, whether with the Alban Berg Piano Quartet which he founded with a few friends, or as part of a duet with pianist Alexandre Leroy. © François Hudry/Qobuz

Details of original recording : Recorded in Paris (Eglise du Bon Secours), October 2017

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