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Alexandre Tharaud|François Couperin : Tic-Toc-Choc (Alexandre Tharaud, piano)

François Couperin : Tic-Toc-Choc (Alexandre Tharaud, piano)

Alexandre Tharaud, piano

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Les Baricades Mistérieuses (6e ordre)
00:01:40

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2
Le Tic-Toc-Choc ou Les Maillotins (18e ordre)
00:02:27

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3
La Couperin (21e ordre)
00:03:54

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4
Les Calotines (19e ordre)
00:02:16

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5
Les Ombres Errantes (25e ordre)
00:04:10

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6
Les Tricoteuses (23e ordre)
00:02:13

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7
Le Carillon de Cithére (14e ordre)
00:03:46

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8
Muséte de Taverni (à 5 mains)
00:02:24

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9
Les Rozeaux (13e ordre)
00:02:48

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10
L'Atalante (12e ordre)
00:01:44

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11
Passacaille (8e ordre)
00:05:43

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12
La Muse Plantine (19e ordre)
00:02:19

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13
Les Tours de passe-passe (22e ordre)
00:02:25

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14
Bruit de guerre (extrait de La Triomphante) (10e ordre)
00:02:34

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15
Le Dodo ou L'Amour au berceau (15e ordre)
00:03:25

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16
La Visionnaire (25e ordre)
00:03:37

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17
La Logivière (5e ordre)
00:04:15

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18
Les Juméles (12e ordre)
00:05:01

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19
Les Chérubins ou l'aimable Lazure (20e ordre)
00:03:05

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20
La Pothouïn (4e Livre de Pièces pour clavecin)
00:05:19

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