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Chamber Music - Released November 28, 2002 | Channel Classics Records

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Chamber Music - Released February 23, 2015 | Mirare

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Ballets - Released January 27, 2015 | Glossa

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Opera - Released October 28, 2013 | Warner Classics International

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Chamber Music - Released October 3, 2014 | Les Indispensables de Diapason

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Classical - Released February 25, 2010 | Alpha

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Opera - Released October 28, 2013 | Warner Classics International

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The operas of Jean-Philippe Rameau, vast spectacles, may be lost to history in their original forms. Sure, some of them have been produced in the modern era, but no company could muster the combination of singers, instrumentalists, choreography, and costume and scene design that would have accompanied the originals. The closest might be this release by French soprano Sabine Devieilhe, which is a thrill from start to finish. The album simply has it all. Devieilhe's voice is a knockout, and a deceptive one at that: it comes in as a flutelike thing in the mid-range but then scores with an agile top that seems absolutely undaunted by acrobatic vocal writing. The work of the historical-instrument orchestra Les Ambassadeurs under Alexis Kossenko is technically superb and dramatically sharp; they convey the feeling of playing for real theatergoers. The music covers selections from some operas with hugely ambitious themes, and there are three world-premiere recordings. Sample the storm aria from Les Indes Galantes (The Gallant Indians), track 17, with its wind machine and its colorful vocal canvas, for a taste of an immensely satisfying recital by a new face on the scene who makes you wonder just how far she'll eventually go. © TiVo
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Classical - Released May 22, 2014 | Flora

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