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Circles of Sound

by L'Art du Bois

"Precise, lyrical, breathtaking“ - this is how the six young musicians of the award-winning ensemble L'Art du Bois bring medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music to life in their own arrangements featuring lute, recorders and gamba.
Genre: Classical: Baroque
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1. Andrea Falconieri: Folia
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2. Johann H. Kapsberger: Capona
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3. Dario Castello: Sonata Decima Quinta à 4
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4. Giovanni Martino Cesare: Ecco
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5. Händel: Sonata A Major op. 5,1 (HWV 396): Andante
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6. Händel: Sonata A Major op. 5,1 (HWV 396): Allegro
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7. Händel: Sonata A Major op. 5,1 (HWV 396): Larghetto
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8. Händel: Sonata A Major op. 5,1 (HWV 396): Allegro
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9. Händel: Sonata A Major op. 5,1 (HWV 396): Gavotte
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10. Vivaldi: Trio in Sol Minore (RV 85), Andante molto
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11. Vivaldi: Trio in Sol Minore (RV 85), Larghetto
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12. Vivaldi: Trio in Sol Minore (RV 85), Allegro
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13. Händel: Excerpts Sonata G Major op. 5,4 (HWV 399), Passacaille
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14. Händel: Excerpts Sonata G Major op. 5,4 (HWV 399), Menuett
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15. Händel: Excerpts Sonata G Major op. 5,4 (HWV 399), Gigue
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16. Alessandro Piccinini: Toccata VI
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17. Alessandro Piccinini: Ciaccona
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18. Francesco Turini: Sonata a Due Canti
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19. Giovanni Battista Fontana: Sonata 16
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20. Marco Uccellini: Aria Sopra la Bergamasca
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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„Precise, lyrical, breathtaking“: The six young musicians of the ensemble L'Art du Bois have been bringing medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music to life in their own arrangements since 2004. The international ensemble profits from the long-time duo experience of the two lutenists, from the mutual chamber music projects of the recorder players and the gamba player as well as from the intensive collaboration of the recorder trio L'Art du Bois playing together since 2002.
The juries of international competitions and the respective press greet L'Art du Bois with unanimous praise: L'Art du Bois was among the finalists of the International Young Artists Presentation of 2006 in Antwerp. In October of the same year the ensemble won the prize awarded by the jury as well as the prize awarded by the audience and a special award at the Van Wassenaer Concours for Early Music in The Hague. In January 2007 L'Art du Bois received first prize in the Göttinger Reihe Historischer Musik competition held by the Göttingen Händel Society. In September 2007 the ensemble won the second prize in the Concorso Internazionale di Musica Antica in Genua.
„Young, fit, dedicated, unconventional and radiating with enthusiasm“ (Badische Zeitung, 22.02.2007) the young ensemble captivates a growing audience through its „highly developed sense for improvisation, for rhythmic impulses, for theatrical effects, for the dramatization of a concert evening“ (Göttinger Tageblatt, 13.01.2007).
At the Internationalen Göttinger Händelfestspiele 2007 and the Stockstädter Musiktage the audience celebrated the ensemble with overwhelming applause.


„Präzise, lyrisch, atemberaubend“: Die sechs jungen Musiker des Ensembles L'Art du Bois bringen seit 2004 Musik des Mittelalters, der Renaissance sowie des Barock in eigenen Arrangements zum Klingen. Dabei profitiert das international besetzte Ensemble von der langjährigen Duoerfahrung der beiden Lautenisten, von zahlreichen Kammermusikprojekten der Blockflötistinnen gemeinsam mit der Gambistin, sowie von der intensiven Zusammenarbeit des Blockflötentrios L'Art du Bois seit 2002.
Bei den Jurys internationaler Wettbewerbe und bei der Fachpresse stößt L'Art du Bois auf ungeteilte Zustimmung: Das Ensemble zählte 2006 zu den Finalisten der International Young Artists Presentation in Antwerpen und gewann im Oktober desselben Jahres in Den Haag sowohl den Jury- als auch den Publikumspreis sowie einen Sonderpreis des Van Wassenaer Concours für Alte Musik. Im Januar 2007 wurde L'Art du Bois von der Göttinger Händel-Gesellschaft zum 1. Preisträger der Göttinger Reihe Historischer Musik gekürt. Im September 2007 erhielten die Musiker den 2. Preis beim Concorso Internazionale di Musica Antica in Genua.
„Jung, fit, engagiert, unkonventionell und sprühend vor Begeisterung“ (Badische Zeitung 22.02.07) erobert sich das junge Ensemble durch seinen „hoch entwickelten Sinn für Improvisation, für rhythmische Impulse, für theatralische Wirkungen, für die Dramaturgie eines Konzertabends“ (Göttinger Tageblatt, 13.01.07) ein ständig wachsendes Publikum.
Bei den Internationalen Göttinger Händelfestspielen 2007 und den Stockstädter Musiktagen wurde das Ensemble vom Publikum mit überwältigendem Beifall gefeiert.


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DeviantMan

They've Fixed The Baroque
This album is a masterpiece, all the above praise is true, just listen.

Jeff

Simply fantastic!
Track 20 is my favorite!!!