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Rameau: Concerts en sextuor

Les Dominos, Florence Malgoire

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To mark the 250th anniversary of the death of Jean-Philippe Rameau, Florence Malgoire and the period ensemble Les Dominos present the six Concerts en Sextuor, an anonymous arrangement of the Pièces de clavecin en concert and four pieces from the Nouvelles suites de clavecin. While there is disagreement about the authorship of the string version, presumed by some to have been prepared by Jacques-Joseph-Marie Decroix in 1768, the work has been part of the Rameau edition since Camille Saint-Saëns edited it in the late 19th century. However, where the 1768 transcription has six parts, using three violins, viola, cello, and bass, Malgoire's arrangement calls for two flutes (one doubling on piccolo), bassoon, strings, and continuo, thereby creating a more diverse color palette in line with Rameau's typical instrumentation for the théâtre lyrique. The Concerts en Sextuor have increasingly found favor among early music groups, and part of this is due to the richer timbres and fuller sound than Rameau's original pieces for solo harpsichord or two violins and harpsichord. Les Dominos' performance is enthusiastic and vibrant, and Malgoire has inspired her musicians to play with energy and strong personality. Ricercar's recorded sound is wide open and resonant, and puts the listener in the middle of the ensemble.
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Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 6 (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

1
Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin, Sixième concert: I. La poule
00:04:33

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

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2
Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin, Sixième concert: II. 1er menuet - 2e menuet
00:03:11

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2014 Outhere 2014 Outhere

3
Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin, Sixième concert: III. L’enharmonique (Gracieusement)
00:05:32

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2014 Outhere 2014 Outhere

4
Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin, Sixième concert: IV. L’égyptienne (Modérément)
00:02:44

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2014 Outhere 2014 Outhere

5
Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin, Sixième concert: V. Les sauvages
00:02:21

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2014 Outhere 2014 Outhere

Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 1 in C minor (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

6
Pièces de clavecin en concerts, Premier concert: I. La Coulicam (Allegro moderato)
00:03:40

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2014 Outhere 2014 Outhere

7
Pièces de clavecin en concerts, Premier concert: II. La Livri (Rondeau gracieux)
00:03:01

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2014 Outhere 2014 Outhere

8
Pièces de clavecin en concerts, Premier concert: III. Le Vézinet (Gayement sans vitesse)
00:03:26

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2014 Outhere 2014 Outhere

Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 2 in G major (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

9
Pièces de clavecin en concerts, Deuxième concert: I. La Laborde (Rondement)
00:03:57

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2014 Outhere 2014 Outhere

10
Pièces de clavecin en concerts, Deuxième concert: II. La Boucon (Air gracieux)
00:04:46

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2014 Outhere 2014 Outhere

11
Pièces de clavecin en concerts, Deuxième concert: III. L’agaçante (Rondement)
00:02:37

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2014 Outhere 2014 Outhere

12
Pièces de clavecin en concerts, Deuxième concert: IV. 1er menuet - 2e menuet en rondeau
00:04:23

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2014 Outhere 2014 Outhere

Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 3 in A major (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

13
Pièces de clavecin en concerts, Troisième concert: I. La La poplinière (Rondement)
00:03:06

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2014 Outhere 2014 Outhere

14
Pièces de clavecin en concerts, Troisième concert: II. La timide (1er rondeau gracieusement - 2e rondeau)
00:05:35

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2014 Outhere 2014 Outhere

15
Pièces de clavecin en concerts, Troisième concert: III. 1er tambourin - 2e tambourin en rondeau
00:02:44

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2014 Outhere 2014 Outhere

Pièces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 4 in B-Flat Major (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

16
Pièces de clavecin en concerts, Quatrième concert: I. La pantomime (Loure vivement)
00:03:12

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2014 Outhere 2014 Outhere

17
Pièces de clavecin en concerts, Quatrième concert: II. L’Indiscrète (Allegro vivace rondeau)
00:01:42

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2014 Outhere 2014 Outhere

18
Pièces de clavecin en concerts, Quatrième concert: III. La Rameau (Rondement)
00:04:12

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2014 Outhere 2014 Outhere

Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 5 in D minor (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

19
Pièces de clavecin en concerts, Cinquième concert: I. La Forqueray (Fugue)
00:04:45

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2014 Outhere 2014 Outhere

20
Pièces de clavecin en concerts, Cinquième concert: II. La Cupis (Modérément)
00:05:46

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2014 Outhere 2014 Outhere

21
Pièces de clavecin en concerts, Cinquième concert: III. La Marais (Rondement)
00:02:31

Les Dominos, Ensemble - Florence Malgoire, Conductor - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

2014 Outhere 2014 Outhere

Album Description

To mark the 250th anniversary of the death of Jean-Philippe Rameau, Florence Malgoire and the period ensemble Les Dominos present the six Concerts en Sextuor, an anonymous arrangement of the Pièces de clavecin en concert and four pieces from the Nouvelles suites de clavecin. While there is disagreement about the authorship of the string version, presumed by some to have been prepared by Jacques-Joseph-Marie Decroix in 1768, the work has been part of the Rameau edition since Camille Saint-Saëns edited it in the late 19th century. However, where the 1768 transcription has six parts, using three violins, viola, cello, and bass, Malgoire's arrangement calls for two flutes (one doubling on piccolo), bassoon, strings, and continuo, thereby creating a more diverse color palette in line with Rameau's typical instrumentation for the théâtre lyrique. The Concerts en Sextuor have increasingly found favor among early music groups, and part of this is due to the richer timbres and fuller sound than Rameau's original pieces for solo harpsichord or two violins and harpsichord. Les Dominos' performance is enthusiastic and vibrant, and Malgoire has inspired her musicians to play with energy and strong personality. Ricercar's recorded sound is wide open and resonant, and puts the listener in the middle of the ensemble.
© TiVo

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