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Jean-Philippe Rameau: Pièces de clavecin

Céline Frisch

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Céline Frisch, the French harpsichordist who had previously turned in superlative recordings of Bach's Goldberg Variations and d'Anglebert's Pièces de clavecin, here delivers a sumptuous disc of Rameau's Pièces de clavecin. Of the three works on the program, one is the fairly traditional Suite in A minor from 1706 with its standard stylized dance forms, while the other two are the more mature Suite in E minor from 1724 and Suite in G minor from 1728 containing its more evocative pieces like Le Rappel des Oiseaux and Les Sauvages. But whatever the piece, Frisch brings a freshness, an originality, and a virtuosity that are positively bracing. There's color in her playing blended with wit and sensitivity, along with a sense of rhythm that carries all before it. Whether in the hearty Musette, the sublime L'Enharmonique, or even the silly Le Poule, Frisch finds the energy and affection that makes Rameau's music instantly appealing even for listeners who may not be fans of French Baroque harpsichord music. As previously, Alpha provides Frisch with sound that is the next best thing to being there.
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Premier livre de pièces de clavecin, Suite en La Mineur (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

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I. Prélude
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II. Allemande
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III. Deuxième allemande
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IV. Courante
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V. Gigue
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VI. Sarabandes I et II
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VII. Vénitienne
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VIII. Gavotte
00:01:06

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IX. Menuet
00:01:11

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Pièces de clavecin, Deuxième suite en Mi Mineur (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

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I. Allemande
00:04:47

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II. Courante
00:01:29

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III. Gigues en rondeau
00:03:40

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IV. Le rappel des oiseaux
00:03:19

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V. Rigaudon & Doubles
00:02:14

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VI. Musette en rondeau
00:02:52

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VII. Tambourin
00:01:11

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VIII. La villageoise
00:03:02

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Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin, Suite en Sol Majeur (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

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I. Les tricotets
00:02:20

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II. L'indifférente
00:01:02

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III. Menuets
00:03:21

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IV. La poule
00:05:48

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V. Les triolets
00:04:13

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VI. Les sauvages
00:02:17

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VII. L'enharmonique
00:08:15

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VIII. L'Egyptienne
00:03:45

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Album Description

Céline Frisch, the French harpsichordist who had previously turned in superlative recordings of Bach's Goldberg Variations and d'Anglebert's Pièces de clavecin, here delivers a sumptuous disc of Rameau's Pièces de clavecin. Of the three works on the program, one is the fairly traditional Suite in A minor from 1706 with its standard stylized dance forms, while the other two are the more mature Suite in E minor from 1724 and Suite in G minor from 1728 containing its more evocative pieces like Le Rappel des Oiseaux and Les Sauvages. But whatever the piece, Frisch brings a freshness, an originality, and a virtuosity that are positively bracing. There's color in her playing blended with wit and sensitivity, along with a sense of rhythm that carries all before it. Whether in the hearty Musette, the sublime L'Enharmonique, or even the silly Le Poule, Frisch finds the energy and affection that makes Rameau's music instantly appealing even for listeners who may not be fans of French Baroque harpsichord music. As previously, Alpha provides Frisch with sound that is the next best thing to being there.
© TiVo

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