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Jean-Philippe Rameau

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It's hard to tell from the gorgeous cover of this French release what you're getting into, and, as the booklet notes point out, Rameau is a tough nut to crack for most people anyhow. Stick with it, however, for the entire package here offers what may be the closest thing yet to a good introduction to Rameau, even if it gets rather involved. You could start with the painting on the cover, annotated, as with all the others in this series from the Alpha label, by Denis Grenier of Laval University in Quebec. François Boucher's "The Setting of the Sun" (1752) is both conservative and radical, and the same could be said of Rameau's music. The painting is packed with mythological detail, almost abstruse, yet just as important as the set of classical references but the dramatic pattern of light and shadow into which the entire painting breaks down. Rameau is the same way: both complicated and shocking. It's a hard combination to get a grip on, but the French group Ausonia and director Fréderick Haas clarify it with an unusual kind of program: a set of excerpts from two different operas. Zoroastre, a tragedy, and Zaïs, a pastoral. It's a great idea: the excerpts are not simply isolated selections but connected items that represent a chunk of musical thinking. The two operas form a contrast of darkness and light, as well, and they offer some of the really striking instrumental effects that kept drawing audiences to Rameau's operas even as simpler Italian fare was clearly establishing itself as the wave of the future. The depiction of chaos and dawn from the Prologue of Zaïs (tracks 1-4) is an excellent example, and it rivals any of the better-known treatments of the same ideas from the eighteenth century. Ausonia consists of two superb soloists and 10 instrumentalists, plus Haas conducting from the harpsichord keyboard, and all have obviously immersed themselves in this music. As with all the Alpha releases, the listener who focuses on this one will get a bit of an education in the history of French culture, and this class session is an especially useful one. All texts are given in French and English.
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Zaïs (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

1
Ouverture
Arnaud Richard
00:05:41

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

2
Prologue: Eveillez-vous, troupe immortelle
Arnaud Richard
00:01:18

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

3
Prologue: Aurore
Arnaud Richard
00:00:38

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

4
Prologue: Chantez oiseaux, chantez
Arnaud Richard
00:04:27

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

Zoroastre (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

5
Acte I, Scène 3: Gavotte / Zoroastre, Acte II, Scène 4: Menuets
Arnaud Richard
00:02:30

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

Zaïs (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

6
Prologue: Les torrents s'ouvrent un passage
Arnaud Richard
00:00:48

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

Zoroastre (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

7
Acte IV, Scène 1: Cruels tyrans qui régnez dans mon cœur
Arnaud Richard
00:02:33

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

8
Acte IV, Scène 3: C'en est donc fait, perfide / Zoroastre, Acte I, Scène 2: Dieux terribles, dieux tout-puissants
Arnaud Richard
00:02:47

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

9
Acte III, Scène 2: Osons achever de grands crimes
Arnaud Richard
00:02:11

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

10
Acte IV, Scène 6: Ah, nos fureurs ne sont points vaines
Arnaud Richard
00:00:49

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

11
Acte IV, Scène 5: Ballet figuré formé par la Haine, le Désespoir et leur suite
Arnaud Richard
00:02:10

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

12
Acte IV, Scène 5: Ministres redoutés
Arnaud Richard
00:01:26

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

13
Acte IV, Scène 4: Air des Prêtres
Arnaud Richard
00:02:57

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

Zaïs (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

14
Acte II, Scène 3: Aquilons rompez votre chaîne
Arnaud Richard
00:00:49

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

15
Acte II, Scène 3: Tempête, Ciel ! Quels éclats !
Arnaud Richard
00:01:45

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

Zoroastre (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

16
Acte II, Scène 3: Air un peu gai
Arnaud Richard
00:02:11

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

17
Acte V, Scène 1: Quel tourment, où trouver la trace de ses pas ?
Arnaud Richard
00:05:14

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

Zaïs (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

18
Acte II, Scène 3: Entrée noble
Arnaud Richard
00:01:53

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

19
Acte II, Scène 3: Simphonie, venez aimable Zélidie
Arnaud Richard
00:03:31

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

20
Acte III, Scène 5: Tambourins
Arnaud Richard
00:01:58

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

21
Acte III, Scène 2: Coulez mes pleurs
Arnaud Richard
00:03:56

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

Zoroastre (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

22
Acte I, Scène 3: Air tendre
Arnaud Richard
00:02:36

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

Zaïs (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

23
Acte IV, Scène 3: Déserts, disparaissez
Arnaud Richard
00:01:03

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

24
Scène dernière: Air des bergers, Air pour les Sylphes
Arnaud Richard
00:02:47

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

Zoroastre (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

25
Acte II, Scène 7: Non, ce n'est pas toujours pour ravager la terre
Arnaud Richard
00:02:49

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

Dardanus (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

26
Acte V: Chaconne
Arnaud Richard
00:06:48

Eugénie Warnier, Performer - Arnaud Richard, Performer - Ausonia, Performer - Frédérick Haas, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2009 Alpha 2008 Alpha

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It's hard to tell from the gorgeous cover of this French release what you're getting into, and, as the booklet notes point out, Rameau is a tough nut to crack for most people anyhow. Stick with it, however, for the entire package here offers what may be the closest thing yet to a good introduction to Rameau, even if it gets rather involved. You could start with the painting on the cover, annotated, as with all the others in this series from the Alpha label, by Denis Grenier of Laval University in Quebec. François Boucher's "The Setting of the Sun" (1752) is both conservative and radical, and the same could be said of Rameau's music. The painting is packed with mythological detail, almost abstruse, yet just as important as the set of classical references but the dramatic pattern of light and shadow into which the entire painting breaks down. Rameau is the same way: both complicated and shocking. It's a hard combination to get a grip on, but the French group Ausonia and director Fréderick Haas clarify it with an unusual kind of program: a set of excerpts from two different operas. Zoroastre, a tragedy, and Zaïs, a pastoral. It's a great idea: the excerpts are not simply isolated selections but connected items that represent a chunk of musical thinking. The two operas form a contrast of darkness and light, as well, and they offer some of the really striking instrumental effects that kept drawing audiences to Rameau's operas even as simpler Italian fare was clearly establishing itself as the wave of the future. The depiction of chaos and dawn from the Prologue of Zaïs (tracks 1-4) is an excellent example, and it rivals any of the better-known treatments of the same ideas from the eighteenth century. Ausonia consists of two superb soloists and 10 instrumentalists, plus Haas conducting from the harpsichord keyboard, and all have obviously immersed themselves in this music. As with all the Alpha releases, the listener who focuses on this one will get a bit of an education in the history of French culture, and this class session is an especially useful one. All texts are given in French and English.
© TiVo

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