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Paolo Pandolfo|Sainte-Colombe, J.: Pieces De Viole (Jean de Sainte-Colombe)

Sainte-Colombe, J.: Pieces De Viole (Jean de Sainte-Colombe)

Jean de Sainte-Colombe

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Welcome to the mysterious world of Monsieur de Sainte-Colombe, the French Baroque composer who perfected the art of playing the viola da gamba and inspired a generation of virtuosos but left so little of his own music behind -- so much of it in a fragmentary and disorganized state that putting together a program requires not only a bravura technique, a rich tone, and a poetic soul, but a skillful application of musical intelligence. Fortunately, these are all qualities with which Paolo Pandolfo is generously endowed. On this Glossa disc of 28 pieces grouped by key into four suites, Pandolfo not only soars through Sainte-Colombe's most treacherous writing and plumbs the depths of his most expressive writing, but also successfully completes his incomplete continuo writing in a quarter of the works. Accompanied by the agile Thomas Boysen on either theorbo or Baroque guitar, Pandolfo's Sainte-Colombe disc nearly rivals the pioneering recordings of his teacher Jordi Savall from 30 years ago and sets the standard for Sainte-Colombe discs for years to come. Glossa's digital sound is clear, warm, close, and quite intimate.
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1
I. Prelude
Paolo Pandolfo
00:02:43

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, theorbo

2
II. Allemande
Thomas Boysen
00:03:14

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, baroque guitar

3
III. Courante - Double
Paolo Pandolfo
00:02:24

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, baroque guitar

4
IV. Sarabande - Double
Thomas Boysen
00:04:38

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, theorbo

5
V. Gigue
Paolo Pandolfo
00:01:33

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, baroque guitar

6
VI. Gavotte
Paolo Pandolfo
00:02:08

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, baroque guitar

7
VII. Chaconne
Paolo Pandolfo
00:05:43

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, theorbo

8
I. Prelude
Paolo Pandolfo
00:02:41

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, baroque guitar

9
II. Allemande
Paolo Pandolfo
00:02:51

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, baroque guitar

10
III. Courante
Paolo Pandolfo
00:01:39

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, baroque guitar

11
IV. Sarabande
Paolo Pandolfo
00:02:05

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, baroque guitar

12
V. Gigue
Thomas Boysen
00:01:59

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, baroque guitar

13
VI. Menuet
Paolo Pandolfo
00:01:27

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, baroque guitar

14
VII. Pianelle
Paolo Pandolfo
00:01:32

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, baroque guitar

15
VIII. Sarabande
Thomas Boysen
00:02:31

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, baroque guitar

16
IX. Gigue
Paolo Pandolfo
00:01:57

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, theorbo

17
I. Petite piece
Thomas Boysen
00:02:02

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, theorbo

18
II. Sarabande
Paolo Pandolfo
00:02:39

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, baroque guitar

19
III. Courante - Double
Thomas Boysen
00:01:26

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, baroque guitar

20
IV. Sarabande
Paolo Pandolfo
00:03:56

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, baroque guitar

21
V. Menuet
Paolo Pandolfo
00:01:56

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, theorbo

22
VI. Vielle
Paolo Pandolfo
00:02:38

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, baroque guitar

23
I. Ouverture
Paolo Pandolfo
00:01:33

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, baroque guitar

24
II. Menuet
Thomas Boysen
00:01:05

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, baroque guitar

25
III. Sarabande en passacaille
Thomas Boysen
00:02:05

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, theorbo

26
IV. Chansonette
Paolo Pandolfo
00:02:00

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, theorbo

27
V. Gigue
Paolo Pandolfo
00:01:26

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, baroque guitar

28
VI. Chaconne
Paolo Pandolfo
00:04:36

Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba - Thomas Boysen, baroque guitar

Album Description

Welcome to the mysterious world of Monsieur de Sainte-Colombe, the French Baroque composer who perfected the art of playing the viola da gamba and inspired a generation of virtuosos but left so little of his own music behind -- so much of it in a fragmentary and disorganized state that putting together a program requires not only a bravura technique, a rich tone, and a poetic soul, but a skillful application of musical intelligence. Fortunately, these are all qualities with which Paolo Pandolfo is generously endowed. On this Glossa disc of 28 pieces grouped by key into four suites, Pandolfo not only soars through Sainte-Colombe's most treacherous writing and plumbs the depths of his most expressive writing, but also successfully completes his incomplete continuo writing in a quarter of the works. Accompanied by the agile Thomas Boysen on either theorbo or Baroque guitar, Pandolfo's Sainte-Colombe disc nearly rivals the pioneering recordings of his teacher Jordi Savall from 30 years ago and sets the standard for Sainte-Colombe discs for years to come. Glossa's digital sound is clear, warm, close, and quite intimate.
© TiVo

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