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Jean-Marc Aymes|Frescobaldi: Complete Keyboards Works, Vol. 1 (Toccate d'intavolatura di cimbalo et organo, Libro primo)

Frescobaldi: Complete Keyboards Works, Vol. 1 (Toccate d'intavolatura di cimbalo et organo, Libro primo)

Jean-Marc Aymes

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The Frescobaldi recordings of French (and partly Belgian-trained) keyboardist Jean-Marc Aymes have justly been awarded major prizes in France, and they've helped unlock the difficult music of this master of the early Italian Baroque. Frescobaldi's music can seem like a mass of undifferentiated, dense polyphony, but in Aymes' hands the factors that made it exciting and novel in its own time emerge. Earlier Aymes releases have examined Frescobaldi's later works, but here he takes on the publication that made his name as a keyboard composer and did much to define the expressive dimension of Baroque keyboard music as a whole: the Toccate e partite d'intavolatura di cimbalo, libro primo (Toccatas and Partitas Intabulated for the Keyboard, Book One), for short. The collection consists of quasi-improvisatory pieces called toccatas that are distant ancestors of Bach's works in the form, "partitas," which are somewhere between variations and ground-bass pieces, and various other works; the two CDs also included works that were added when the collection was republished in 1637. Aymes, then, devotes himself, here and elsewhere, to a single publication, but he doesn't plow through it in order. Instead, as Frescobaldi himself or a purchaser of his time would certainly have done, he rearranges the works to form local contrasts between them and bring out their moods. He also switches off among a harpsichord and a small organ. It doesn't seem as though Aymes thinks certain pieces are more appropriate for performance on the organ, but rather that he is trying in another way to freshen the listener's ears. Recommended especially for francophones; booklet notes are in French only. They also include Frescobaldi's own lengthy Italian preface to the music, also translated into French.
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Frescobaldi: Complete Keyboards Works, Vol. 1 (Toccate d'intavolatura di cimbalo et organo, Libro primo)

Jean-Marc Aymes

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Toccate d'intavolatura di cimbalo et organo, partite di diverse arie et corrente, balletti, ciaccone, passacagli (Girolamo Frescobaldi)

1
Toccata prima, F 2.01
00:04:00

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

2
Partite sopra l'Aria di Ruggiero, F 2.15
00:08:23

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

3
Toccata quinta, F 2.05
00:04:22

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

4
Corrente seconda, F 2.18
00:00:48

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

5
Corrente terza, F 2.19
00:01:00

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

6
Toccata ottava, F 2.08
00:03:57

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

7
Toccata undecima, F 2.11
00:04:34

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

8
Capriccio del Soggetto scritto sopra l'Aria di Ruggiero, F 2.30
00:03:41

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

9
Toccata seconda, F 2.02
00:03:47

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

10
Partite sopra la Monica, F 2.37
00:02:10

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

11
Balleto e Ciaccona,
00:01:03

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

12
Balletto terzo Corrente del Balletto Passacagli
00:02:45

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

13
Partite sopra l'Aria di Romanesca, F 2.13
00:11:16

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

14
Toccata nona, F 2.09
00:05:13

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

DISQUE 2

1
Partite cento sopra il Passachagli, F 2.29
00:08:48

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

2
Toccata sesta, F 2.206
00:04:58

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

3
Balletto Corrente del Balletto Passacagli
00:01:42

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

4
Capriccio sopra la Battaglia, F 2.31
00:02:43

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

5
Partite sopra Ruggiero, F 2.35 (Version 1615)
00:05:37

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Organ, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

6
Toccata duodecima, F 2.12
00:04:15

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Organ, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

7
Toccata settima, F 2.07
00:04:00

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

8
Partite sopra l'Aria di Folia, F 2.16
00:04:13

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

9
Correnti e ciaccona
00:01:05

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

10
Toccata terza, F 2.03
00:03:18

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

11
Secondo Corrente del Balleto
00:01:27

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

12
Toccata quarta, F 2.04
00:04:01

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

13
Corrente prima, F 2.17
00:00:44

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

14
Corrente quarta, F 2.20
00:00:56

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

15
Toccata decima, F 2.10
00:03:45

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Harpsichord, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

16
Partite sopra l'Aria di Monicha, F 2.14
00:06:54

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Organ, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

17
Capriccio fatto sopra la Pastorale
00:03:19

Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer - Jean-Marc Aymes, Organ, MainArtist

2005 Ligia 2005 Ligia

Descriptif de l'album

The Frescobaldi recordings of French (and partly Belgian-trained) keyboardist Jean-Marc Aymes have justly been awarded major prizes in France, and they've helped unlock the difficult music of this master of the early Italian Baroque. Frescobaldi's music can seem like a mass of undifferentiated, dense polyphony, but in Aymes' hands the factors that made it exciting and novel in its own time emerge. Earlier Aymes releases have examined Frescobaldi's later works, but here he takes on the publication that made his name as a keyboard composer and did much to define the expressive dimension of Baroque keyboard music as a whole: the Toccate e partite d'intavolatura di cimbalo, libro primo (Toccatas and Partitas Intabulated for the Keyboard, Book One), for short. The collection consists of quasi-improvisatory pieces called toccatas that are distant ancestors of Bach's works in the form, "partitas," which are somewhere between variations and ground-bass pieces, and various other works; the two CDs also included works that were added when the collection was republished in 1637. Aymes, then, devotes himself, here and elsewhere, to a single publication, but he doesn't plow through it in order. Instead, as Frescobaldi himself or a purchaser of his time would certainly have done, he rearranges the works to form local contrasts between them and bring out their moods. He also switches off among a harpsichord and a small organ. It doesn't seem as though Aymes thinks certain pieces are more appropriate for performance on the organ, but rather that he is trying in another way to freshen the listener's ears. Recommended especially for francophones; booklet notes are in French only. They also include Frescobaldi's own lengthy Italian preface to the music, also translated into French.
© TiVo

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