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Monsieur de Sainte-Colombe et ses filles

Philippe Pierlot, Lucile Boulanger, Myriam Rignol and Rolf Lislevand

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Having become a film star (played by actor Jean-Pierre Marielle, who was passionate about music), Monsieur de Saint Colombe comes to us here from the comfort of his own home where he gave concerts which proved very popular with amateur musicians as well as his two daughters. His repertoire mainly consisted of dances, namely stylised dances intended for “the personal and tranquil enjoyment” of enlightened listeners. These dances were composed in suites from the middle of the 17th century onwards and follow on from one another in an order that was gradually established over time, from the most dignified or the noblest (and slowest) to the liveliest.

Not only was Jean de Sainte-Colombe admired for the grace and stability of his left-hand technique, but also for his use of silver-spun strings which were very much in vogue in France at the time and added a prestigious aesthetic to his music. He was widely praised for his beautiful playing and his way of reaching chords with beautiful dissonances that lifted the spirits of his learned and cultured audience.

Philippe Pierlot (primary artist, bass viol), Lucile Boulanger (bass viol) and Myriam Rignol (bass viol) invite us into this mysterious and sophisticated world on this album, with a collaboration from Rolf Lislevand on theorbo for two of the pieces. Playing excerpts from his Pieces in D, in G and in C, it becomes clear why the composer was hailed by many during the era of Louis XIV as the “Orpheus of his age”; a legendary musician in ancient Greek mythology. © François Hudry/Qobuz

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1
Concert XLI: Le Retour
Philippe Pierlot
00:06:32

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Philippe Pierlot, Soloist, MainArtist - Jean de Sainte-Colombe, Composer - Lucile Boulanger, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Mirare 2020 Mirare

2
Concert XXV
Philippe Pierlot
00:05:55

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Philippe Pierlot, Soloist, MainArtist - Jean de Sainte-Colombe, Composer - Lucile Boulanger, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Mirare 2020 Mirare

3
Suite à 3 violes
Philippe Pierlot
00:11:40

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Philippe Pierlot, Soloist, MainArtist - Louis Couperin, Composer - Rolf Lislevand, Soloist, MainArtist - Myriam Rignol, Soloist, MainArtist - Lucile Boulanger, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Mirare 2020 Mirare

4
Concert XXVII: Bourrasque
Philippe Pierlot
00:05:55

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Philippe Pierlot, Soloist, MainArtist - Jean de Sainte-Colombe, Composer - Lucile Boulanger, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Mirare 2020 Mirare

5
Concert XLVIII: Le Raporté
Philippe Pierlot
00:09:49

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Philippe Pierlot, Soloist, MainArtist - Jean de Sainte-Colombe, Composer - Lucile Boulanger, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Mirare 2020 Mirare

6
Pavane L'entretien des Dieux
Philippe Pierlot
00:06:04

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Philippe Pierlot, Soloist, MainArtist - Jacques Champion de Chambonnieres, Composer - Myriam Rignol, Soloist, MainArtist - Lucile Boulanger, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Mirare 2020 Mirare

7
Concert XLIV
Philippe Pierlot
00:06:16

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Philippe Pierlot, Soloist, MainArtist - Jean de Sainte-Colombe, Composer - Lucile Boulanger, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Mirare 2020 Mirare

8
Sarabande Jeunes Zephirs
Philippe Pierlot
00:02:35

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Philippe Pierlot, Soloist, MainArtist - Jacques Champion de Chambonnieres, Composer - Myriam Rignol, Soloist, MainArtist - Lucile Boulanger, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Mirare 2020 Mirare

9
Concert LXVI: Tombeau. Les Regrets
Philippe Pierlot
00:03:37

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Philippe Pierlot, Soloist, MainArtist - Jean de Sainte-Colombe, Composer - Lucile Boulanger, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Mirare 2020 Mirare

10
Tombeau pour Mesdemoiselles De Visée
Rolf Lislevand
00:03:53

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Robert de Visée, Composer - Rolf Lislevand, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Mirare 2020 Mirare

11
Concert LIV: [La] Dubois
Philippe Pierlot
00:13:08

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Philippe Pierlot, Soloist, MainArtist - Jean de Sainte-Colombe, Composer - Lucile Boulanger, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Mirare 2020 Mirare

Album Description

Having become a film star (played by actor Jean-Pierre Marielle, who was passionate about music), Monsieur de Saint Colombe comes to us here from the comfort of his own home where he gave concerts which proved very popular with amateur musicians as well as his two daughters. His repertoire mainly consisted of dances, namely stylised dances intended for “the personal and tranquil enjoyment” of enlightened listeners. These dances were composed in suites from the middle of the 17th century onwards and follow on from one another in an order that was gradually established over time, from the most dignified or the noblest (and slowest) to the liveliest.

Not only was Jean de Sainte-Colombe admired for the grace and stability of his left-hand technique, but also for his use of silver-spun strings which were very much in vogue in France at the time and added a prestigious aesthetic to his music. He was widely praised for his beautiful playing and his way of reaching chords with beautiful dissonances that lifted the spirits of his learned and cultured audience.

Philippe Pierlot (primary artist, bass viol), Lucile Boulanger (bass viol) and Myriam Rignol (bass viol) invite us into this mysterious and sophisticated world on this album, with a collaboration from Rolf Lislevand on theorbo for two of the pieces. Playing excerpts from his Pieces in D, in G and in C, it becomes clear why the composer was hailed by many during the era of Louis XIV as the “Orpheus of his age”; a legendary musician in ancient Greek mythology. © François Hudry/Qobuz

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