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Couperin: Pièces de Clavecin

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Couperin: Pièces de Clavecin

Pierre Hantaï

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1
Les Vieux Seigneurs (24e ordre, 4e livre, 1730); Sarabande grave
00:04:25

2
La Princesse de Chabeuil, ou la muse de Monaco (15e ordre, 3e livre, 1722). D’une légèreté modérée
00:02:15

3
L’évaporée (15e ordre, 3e livre, 1722). Très légèrement
00:01:35

4
La Flore (5e ordre, 1er livre, 1713). Gracieusement
00:02:36

5
Menuet (9e ordre, 2e livre, 1717)
00:00:55

6
L’Amphibie (24e ordre, 4e livre, 1730). Mouvement de Passacaille, noblement
00:05:30

7
Les Fauvettes Plaintives (14e ordre, 3e livre, 1722). Très tendrement
00:05:20

8
L’Artiste (19e ordre, 3e livre, 1722). Modérément
00:03:46

9
La Linotte effarouchée (14e ordre, 3e livre, 1722). Légèrement
00:01:51

10
Le Carillon de Cithère (14e ordre, 3e livre, 1722). Agréablement, sans lenteur
00:05:20

11
Allégresse des vainqueurs (10e ordre, 2e livre, 1717). Rondeau
00:03:14

12
Sixième Prélude (l’Art de toucher le clavecin, 1716)
00:01:44

13
Saillie (27e ordre, 4e livre, 1730). Vivement
00:02:42

14
Les Folies Françaises, ou les Dominos (13e ordre, 3e livre, 1722). La Virginité, sous le Domino coul
00:00:46

15
Les Folies Françaises, ou les Dominos (13e ordre, 3e livre, 1722). La Pudeur, sous le Domino couleur
00:00:46

16
Les Folies Françaises, ou les Dominos (13e ordre, 3e livre, 1722). L’Ardeur, sous le Domino incarnat
00:00:27

17
Les Folies Françaises, ou les Dominos (13e ordre, 3e livre, 1722). L’Espérance, sous le Domino vert
00:00:27

18
Les Folies Françaises, ou les Dominos (13e ordre, 3e livre, 1722). La Fidélité, sous le Domino bleu
00:00:57

19
Les Folies Françaises, ou les Dominos (13e ordre, 3e livre, 1722). La Persévérance, sous le Domino g
00:00:45

20
Les Folies Françaises, ou les Dominos (13e ordre, 3e livre, 1722). La Langueur, sous le Domino viole
00:01:02

21
Les Folies Françaises, ou les Dominos (13e ordre, 3e livre, 1722). La Coquetterie, sous différents D
00:00:27

22
Les Folies Françaises, ou les Dominos (13e ordre, 3e livre, 1722). Les Vieux Galants et les Trésoriè
00:00:52

23
Les Folies Françaises, ou les Dominos (13e ordre, 3e livre, 1722). Les coucous bénévoles, sous des D
00:00:32

24
Les Folies Françaises, ou les Dominos (13e ordre, 3e livre, 1722). La Jalousie Taciturne, sous le Do
00:01:17

25
Les Folies Françaises, ou les Dominos (13e ordre, 3e livre, 1722). La Frénésie, ou le Désespoir, sou
00:00:26

26
Les Roseaux (13e ordre, 3e livre, 1722). Tendrement, sans lenteur
00:03:16

27
Huitième Prélude (l’Art de Toucher le Clavecin, 1716)
00:01:09

28
La Petite Pince-sans-rire (21e ordre, 4e livre, 1730). Affectueusement, sans lenteur
00:02:44

29
L’Anguille (22e ordre, 4e livre, 1730). Légèrement
00:03:03

30
Menuets croisés (22e ordre, 4e livre, 1730)
00:02:54

31
Les Tours de passe-passe (22e ordre, 4e livre, 1730)
00:02:32

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