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Bach: Cantatas, BWV 170 & 35 (Alpha Collection)

Le Banquet Céleste / Damien Guillon / Maude Gratton

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It would be hard to conceive of more annoying graphic design that proffered on this release from the Zig Zag Territoires label, identified with a big "ZZT" (no, that's not an electric shock warning). There, however, the list of complaints pretty much ends. This little program of solo cantatas and organ works by countertenor Damien Guillon and his historical instrument group Le Banquet Céleste was beautifully recorded in a small Strasbourg church and it's an intimate gem. Front and center is Guillon's singing, which is sweet, nicely rounded in the high tones, and couched in an attitude of relaxed calm. Organist Maude Gratton offers a trio sonata and a sparkling rendition of the Fantasy and Fugue in G minor, BWV 542, which ends the program on a unique rousing note. The instrumentalists have a sensuous sound and are so well coordinated with Guillon that they seem like extensions of his singing. With the emphasis in recordings of Bach cantatas having long been on the grand conceptions of the charismatic figures who have undertaken complete Bach cycles, a small, unified, and beautifully executed recording like this one comes as a breath of fresh air, and it represents the French way with Bach at its best.
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Cantata, BWV 170 "Vergnügte Ruh', Beliebte Seelenlust" (Johann Sebastian Bach)

1
I. Aria
Le Banquet Céleste
00:06:43

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Le Banquet Céleste, MainArtist - Damien Guillon, MainArtist

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2
II. Recitativo
Le Banquet Céleste
00:01:14

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Le Banquet Céleste, MainArtist - Damien Guillon, MainArtist

Outhere Music France Outhere Music France

3
III. Aria
Le Banquet Céleste
00:07:31

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Le Banquet Céleste, MainArtist - Damien Guillon, MainArtist

Outhere Music France Outhere Music France

4
IV. Recitativo
Le Banquet Céleste
00:01:06

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Le Banquet Céleste, MainArtist - Damien Guillon, MainArtist

Outhere Music France Outhere Music France

5
V. Aria
Le Banquet Céleste
00:05:40

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Le Banquet Céleste, MainArtist - Damien Guillon, MainArtist

Outhere Music France Outhere Music France

Organ Sonata No.3 in D Minor, BWV 527 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

6
I. Andante
Maude Gratton
00:05:08

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Maude Gratton, MainArtist

Outhere Music France Outhere Music France

7
II. Adagio e dolce
Maude Gratton
00:06:05

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Maude Gratton, MainArtist

Outhere Music France Outhere Music France

8
III. Vivace
Maude Gratton
00:03:47

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Maude Gratton, MainArtist

Outhere Music France Outhere Music France

Cantata, BWV 35 "Geist und Seele Wird Verwirret" (Johann Sebastian Bach)

9
I. Concerto
Le Banquet Céleste
00:05:25

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Le Banquet Céleste, MainArtist - Damien Guillon, MainArtist

Outhere Music France Outhere Music France

10
II. Aria
Le Banquet Céleste
00:07:48

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Le Banquet Céleste, MainArtist - Damien Guillon, MainArtist

Outhere Music France Outhere Music France

11
III. Recitativo
Le Banquet Céleste
00:01:25

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Le Banquet Céleste, MainArtist - Damien Guillon, MainArtist

Outhere Music France Outhere Music France

12
IV. Aria
Damien Guillon
00:03:17

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Maude Gratton, MainArtist - Damien Guillon, MainArtist

Outhere Music France Outhere Music France

13
V. Sinfonia
Le Banquet Céleste
00:03:22

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Le Banquet Céleste, MainArtist - Damien Guillon, MainArtist

Outhere Music France Outhere Music France

14
VI. Recitativo
Damien Guillon
00:01:07

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Maude Gratton, MainArtist - Damien Guillon, MainArtist - Thomas de Pierrefeu, MainArtist

Outhere Music France Outhere Music France

15
VII. Aria
Le Banquet Céleste
00:02:56

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Le Banquet Céleste, MainArtist - Damien Guillon, MainArtist

Outhere Music France Outhere Music France

Fantasia and Fugue in G minor, BWV 542 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

16
I. Fantaisie
Maude Gratton
00:04:48

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Maude Gratton, MainArtist

Outhere Music France Outhere Music France

17
II. Fugue
Maude Gratton
00:05:34

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Maude Gratton, MainArtist

Outhere Music France Outhere Music France

Album Description

It would be hard to conceive of more annoying graphic design that proffered on this release from the Zig Zag Territoires label, identified with a big "ZZT" (no, that's not an electric shock warning). There, however, the list of complaints pretty much ends. This little program of solo cantatas and organ works by countertenor Damien Guillon and his historical instrument group Le Banquet Céleste was beautifully recorded in a small Strasbourg church and it's an intimate gem. Front and center is Guillon's singing, which is sweet, nicely rounded in the high tones, and couched in an attitude of relaxed calm. Organist Maude Gratton offers a trio sonata and a sparkling rendition of the Fantasy and Fugue in G minor, BWV 542, which ends the program on a unique rousing note. The instrumentalists have a sensuous sound and are so well coordinated with Guillon that they seem like extensions of his singing. With the emphasis in recordings of Bach cantatas having long been on the grand conceptions of the charismatic figures who have undertaken complete Bach cycles, a small, unified, and beautifully executed recording like this one comes as a breath of fresh air, and it represents the French way with Bach at its best.
© TiVo

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