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Patrick Cohën-Akenine - Les Folies Françoises

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Alpha Productions' Jean-Marie Leclair: Le Tombeau features the chamber group Les Folies Françoises under the direction of violinist Patrick Cohën-Akenine in a chamber overture from Op. 13, three sonatas from Op. 5, and the Concerto in G minor, Op. 10/6, by the ill-fated Leclair. In the concerto, Les Folies Françoises is filled out into a small orchestra whimsically referred to as the Orchestre des Folies Françoises, an appellation that can be translated as "the orchestra of French madmen," although that is probably not what they had in mind. It is the concerto that comes off best here, although all of the playing on Jean-Marie Leclair: Le Tombeau is at least decent and very French in character. It just doesn't feel definitive in the way certain other Alpha Productions issues of Baroque music, such as Bruno Cocset's recording of Vivaldi's cello sonatas or Stylus Phantasticus' Philipp Heinrich Erlebach collection, easily achieve -- Jean-Marie Leclair: Le Tombeau isn't quite up to that standard. Patrick Cohën-Akenine is tangled up in his strings during the difficult double-stops that open the title track, Sonata VI in C minor, Op. 5/6 "Le Tombeau," and one is left to wonder why Cohën-Akenine decided not to retake this passage. However, none of these pieces has been recorded with any great depth, so Jean-Marie Leclair: Le Tombeau is still a welcome addition to Leclair's catalog, and a decent place to start if one wants to investigate the music of Leclair. The booklet comes with an Agatha Christie-styled exposition of the murder of Leclair, including profiles of the four main suspects, that is informative and highly entertaining to read.
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Ouverture pour deux violons et basse continue en la majeur, Op. 13 No. 3 (Jean-Marie Leclair)

1
I. Grave
00:01:55

Les Folies Françoises - Patrick Cöhen-Akenine, Violin & Conductor - Jean-Marie Leclair, Composer

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2
II. Allegro
00:02:09

Les Folies Françoises - Patrick Cöhen-Akenine, Violin & Conductor - Jean-Marie Leclair, Composer

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3
III. Largo
00:02:36

Les Folies Françoises - Patrick Cöhen-Akenine, Violin & Conductor - Jean-Marie Leclair, Composer

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IV. Allegro assai
00:03:09

Les Folies Françoises - Patrick Cöhen-Akenine, Violin & Conductor - Jean-Marie Leclair, Composer

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Sonate en la mineur n° 7, Op. 5 (Troisième livre de sonates) (Jean-Marie Leclair)

5
I. Largo
00:03:49

Les Folies Françoises - Patrick Cöhen-Akenine, Violin & Conductor - Jean-Marie Leclair, Composer

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II. Allegro
00:02:02

Les Folies Françoises - Patrick Cöhen-Akenine, Violin & Conductor - Jean-Marie Leclair, Composer

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III. Adagio
00:03:37

Les Folies Françoises - Patrick Cöhen-Akenine, Violin & Conductor - Jean-Marie Leclair, Composer

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IV. Tempo di gavotta
00:02:54

Les Folies Françoises - Patrick Cöhen-Akenine, Violin & Conductor - Jean-Marie Leclair, Composer

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Sonate en do mineur n° 6, Op. 5 "Le tombeau" (Troisième livre de sonates) (Jean-Marie Leclair)

9
I. Grave
00:02:09

Les Folies Françoises - Patrick Cöhen-Akenine, Violin & Conductor - Jean-Marie Leclair, Composer

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10
Sonate en Do Mineur, Op. 5 No. 6 "Le tombeau" (Troisième livre de sonates): II. Allegro ma non troppo
00:03:35

Les Folies Françoises - Patrick Cöhen-Akenine, Violin & Conductor - Jean-Marie Leclair, Composer

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11
III. Gavotta gracioso (Andante)
00:03:47

Les Folies Françoises - Patrick Cöhen-Akenine, Violin & Conductor - Jean-Marie Leclair, Composer

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12
IV. Allegro
00:03:29

Les Folies Françoises - Patrick Cöhen-Akenine, Violin & Conductor - Jean-Marie Leclair, Composer

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Sonate en si bémol majeur n° 4, Op. 5 (Troisième livre de sonates) (Jean-Marie Leclair)

13
I. Adagio
00:03:16

Les Folies Françoises - Patrick Cöhen-Akenine, Violin & Conductor - Jean-Marie Leclair, Composer

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14
II. Allegro ma non troppo
00:03:17

Les Folies Françoises - Patrick Cöhen-Akenine, Violin & Conductor - Jean-Marie Leclair, Composer

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15
III. Sarabanda (Largo)
00:02:37

Les Folies Françoises - Patrick Cöhen-Akenine, Violin & Conductor - Jean-Marie Leclair, Composer

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IV. Chaconna
00:05:29

Les Folies Françoises - Patrick Cöhen-Akenine, Violin & Conductor - Jean-Marie Leclair, Composer

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Concerto pour violon en sol mineur n° 6, Op. 10 (Jean-Marie Leclair)

17
I. Allegro ma poco
00:08:04

Les Folies Françoises - Patrick Cöhen-Akenine, Violin & Conductor - Jean-Marie Leclair, Composer

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18
II. Aria gratioso (Andante)
00:03:37

Les Folies Françoises - Patrick Cöhen-Akenine, Violin & Conductor - Jean-Marie Leclair, Composer

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III. Allegro
00:06:12

Les Folies Françoises - Patrick Cöhen-Akenine, Violin & Conductor - Jean-Marie Leclair, Composer

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Album Description

Alpha Productions' Jean-Marie Leclair: Le Tombeau features the chamber group Les Folies Françoises under the direction of violinist Patrick Cohën-Akenine in a chamber overture from Op. 13, three sonatas from Op. 5, and the Concerto in G minor, Op. 10/6, by the ill-fated Leclair. In the concerto, Les Folies Françoises is filled out into a small orchestra whimsically referred to as the Orchestre des Folies Françoises, an appellation that can be translated as "the orchestra of French madmen," although that is probably not what they had in mind. It is the concerto that comes off best here, although all of the playing on Jean-Marie Leclair: Le Tombeau is at least decent and very French in character. It just doesn't feel definitive in the way certain other Alpha Productions issues of Baroque music, such as Bruno Cocset's recording of Vivaldi's cello sonatas or Stylus Phantasticus' Philipp Heinrich Erlebach collection, easily achieve -- Jean-Marie Leclair: Le Tombeau isn't quite up to that standard. Patrick Cohën-Akenine is tangled up in his strings during the difficult double-stops that open the title track, Sonata VI in C minor, Op. 5/6 "Le Tombeau," and one is left to wonder why Cohën-Akenine decided not to retake this passage. However, none of these pieces has been recorded with any great depth, so Jean-Marie Leclair: Le Tombeau is still a welcome addition to Leclair's catalog, and a decent place to start if one wants to investigate the music of Leclair. The booklet comes with an Agatha Christie-styled exposition of the murder of Leclair, including profiles of the four main suspects, that is informative and highly entertaining to read.
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