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The Paris Album : The trio sonata in France before 1700

Ensemble Diderot - Johannes Pramsohler

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Ensemble Diderot continues to explore the development and dissemination of the trio sonata in baroque Europe with this exciting new release. Entirely dedicated to works from the era after Lully’s death, this album celebrates the newly found freedom at the time when composers started to combine French style with transalpine ardour. Johannes Pramsohler and his musicians bring their usual precision, passion and energy to this programme packed with new discoveries. © Audax

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Trio Sonata in G minor (Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre)

1
I. Grave
00:01:21

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - Elisabeth-Claude Jacquet de La Guerre, Composer

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2
II. Presto - Presto - Adagio
00:03:15

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - Elisabeth-Claude Jacquet de La Guerre, Composer

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3
III. Presto. Récit de basse
00:01:00

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - Elisabeth-Claude Jacquet de La Guerre, Composer

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4
IV. Aria affettuoso. Adagio - Becarre allegro - Bemol
00:01:51

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - Elisabeth-Claude Jacquet de La Guerre, Composer

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Trio Sonata in A Minor "Detta la Primogenita" (Sébastien de Brossard)

5
Trio Sonata in A Minor "Detta la Primogenita" (World premiere recording)
00:05:49

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - Sébastien de Brossard, Composer

2019 Audax Records 2019 Audax Records

Trio Sonata No. 1 in B-Flat Major (André Campra)

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Trio Sonata No. 1 in B-Flat Major (World premiere recording)
00:05:35

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - André Campra, Composer

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Trio Sonata in C Major "Detta la Seconda" (Sébastien de Brossard)

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Trio Sonata in C Major "Detta la Seconda" (World premiere recording)
00:04:17

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - Sébastien de Brossard, Composer

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La Convalescente (François Couperin)

8
I. Gravement. Vivement et ferme
00:03:36

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - François Couperin, Composer

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9
II. Lentement
00:01:02

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - François Couperin, Composer

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10
III. Air gracieusement. Lentement
00:03:23

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - François Couperin, Composer

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11
IV. Vivement
00:02:01

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - François Couperin, Composer

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Trio Sonata in G Major "La Félicité" (Louis-Nicolas Clérambault)

12
I. Lentement - Allegro - Lent
00:03:41

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - Louis-Nicolas Clérambault, Composer

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13
II. Allegro
00:01:16

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - Louis-Nicolas Clérambault, Composer

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III. [Gavotte] - [Gigue] - Lent
00:01:42

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - Louis-Nicolas Clérambault, Composer

2019 Audax Records 2019 Audax Records

Trio Sonata No. 2 in A Major (André Campra)

15
Trio Sonata No. 2 in A Major (World premiere recording)
00:03:18

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - André Campra, Composer

2019 Audax Records 2019 Audax Records

Trio Sonata in D major (Sébastien de Brossard)

16
I. Allegro
00:01:33

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - Sébastien de Brossard, Composer

2019 Audax Records 2019 Audax Records

17
II. Rondeau
00:01:17

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - Sébastien de Brossard, Composer

2019 Audax Records 2019 Audax Records

18
III. Rigaudon
00:01:46

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - Sébastien de Brossard, Composer

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19
IV. [Sarabande]
00:00:53

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - Sébastien de Brossard, Composer

2019 Audax Records 2019 Audax Records

20
V. [Gigue]
00:01:18

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - Sébastien de Brossard, Composer

2019 Audax Records 2019 Audax Records

Tombeau de Monsieur de Lully (Jean-Féry Rebel)

21
I. Lentement - Gravement
00:03:23

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - Jean-Féry Rebel, Composer

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22
II. Vif - Marqué - Gai
00:01:48

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - Jean-Féry Rebel, Composer

2019 Audax Records 2019 Audax Records

23
III. Lentement - Doux - Récit - Grave
00:02:45

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - Jean-Féry Rebel, Composer

2019 Audax Records 2019 Audax Records

24
IV. Doux - Récit - Vivement
00:03:35

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - Jean-Féry Rebel, Composer

2019 Audax Records 2019 Audax Records

25
V. Lentement - Gravement
00:03:33

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler & Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, baroque violin - Eric Tinkerhess, viola da gamba - Philippe Grisvard, harpsichord) - Johannes Pramsohler, Conductor - Jean-Féry Rebel, Composer

2019 Audax Records 2019 Audax Records

Album Description

Ensemble Diderot continues to explore the development and dissemination of the trio sonata in baroque Europe with this exciting new release. Entirely dedicated to works from the era after Lully’s death, this album celebrates the newly found freedom at the time when composers started to combine French style with transalpine ardour. Johannes Pramsohler and his musicians bring their usual precision, passion and energy to this programme packed with new discoveries. © Audax

Details of original recording : Recorded 20–22 December 2018, Gustav-Mahler-Hall, Euregio Cultural Center Grand Hotel Toblach, Dobbiaco (Italy)

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