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Symphonies de salon. Reicha - Beethoven

Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin

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Beethoven are both composers and were both born in the year 1770. They met in Bonn and even played together for several years in Bonn’s orchestra pit. The Concert de la Loge takes the opportunity of their 250th birthday to pay them a tribute, with this recording that brings together Beethoven’ Septet op.20 (for an atypical string quartet with violin, viola, cello and double bass, plus clarinet, horn and bassoon) and Reicha’s Grande Symphonie de Salon no.1 (for string quintet, oboe, clarinet, cor and bassoon).
These hybrid works are situated at crossroads between chamber music and symphony and reflect the taste of experimentation of their composers. The sophisticated instrumental lines of Beethoven’s work meet here the great orchestral charism of Reicha, whom Berlioz hailed as a “true revolutionary” when he was nominated at the head of the Académie des Beaux-Arts’s music section. © Aparté

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Symphonies de salon. Reicha - Beethoven

Julien Chauvin

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Grande symphonie de salon No. 1 pour neuf instruments en ré majeur (Premier enregistrement mondial) (Anton Reicha)

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I. Adagio. Allegro
00:13:49

Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin, Violin & Conductor - Anton Reicha, Composer

- ℗ 2019 Little Tribeca / Les Idées heureuses

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II. Adagio
00:07:20

Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin, Violin & Conductor - Anton Reicha, Composer

- ℗ 2019 Little Tribeca / Les Idées heureuses

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III. Minuetto. Allegro
00:04:04

Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin, Violin & Conductor - Anton Reicha, Composer

- ℗ 2019 Little Tribeca / Les Idées heureuses

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IV. Finale. Allegro vivace
00:09:24

Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin, Violin & Conductor - Anton Reicha, Composer

- ℗ 2019 Little Tribeca / Les Idées heureuses

Septuor pour violon, alto, violoncelle, contrebasse, clarinette, cor et basson en mi bémol majeur, Op. 20 (Ludwig van Beethoven)

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I. Adagio. Allegro con brio
00:10:18

Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin, Violin & Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

- ℗ 2019 Little Tribeca / Les Idées heureuses

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II. Adagio cantabile
00:08:28

Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin, Violin & Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

- ℗ 2019 Little Tribeca / Les Idées heureuses

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III. Tempo di minuetto. Trio
00:03:13

Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin, Violin & Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

- ℗ 2019 Little Tribeca / Les Idées heureuses

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IV. Tema con variazioni. Andante
00:07:25

Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin, Violin & Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

- ℗ 2019 Little Tribeca / Les Idées heureuses

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V. Scherzo. Allegro molto e vivace
00:02:49

Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin, Violin & Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

- ℗ 2019 Little Tribeca / Les Idées heureuses

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VI. Andante con molto alla marcia. Presto
00:07:52

Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin, Violin & Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

- ℗ 2019 Little Tribeca / Les Idées heureuses

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Beethoven are both composers and were both born in the year 1770. They met in Bonn and even played together for several years in Bonn’s orchestra pit. The Concert de la Loge takes the opportunity of their 250th birthday to pay them a tribute, with this recording that brings together Beethoven’ Septet op.20 (for an atypical string quartet with violin, viola, cello and double bass, plus clarinet, horn and bassoon) and Reicha’s Grande Symphonie de Salon no.1 (for string quintet, oboe, clarinet, cor and bassoon).
These hybrid works are situated at crossroads between chamber music and symphony and reflect the taste of experimentation of their composers. The sophisticated instrumental lines of Beethoven’s work meet here the great orchestral charism of Reicha, whom Berlioz hailed as a “true revolutionary” when he was nominated at the head of the Académie des Beaux-Arts’s music section. © Aparté

Details of original recording : Recorded February 2019, Fondation Singer-Polignac, Paris

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