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Italy Versus France

by The Bach Players

The debate about the styles in European baroque music brought to life in vivid performances of works by the main protagonists.
Genre: Classical: Early Music
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1. Ouverture and Chaconne from 'Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme': I. Ouverture
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2. Ouverture and Chaconne from 'Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme': II. Chaconne
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3. Tombeau de M. Chambonnières
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4. Tombeau de M. de Lully
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5. Prélude and Musette: I. Prélude
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6. Prélude and Musette: II. Musette
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7. Blanditiae from 'Florilegium Secundum' in E Minor: I. Ouverture
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8. Blanditiae from 'Florilegium Secundum' in E Minor: II. Sarabande
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9. Blanditiae from 'Florilegium Secundum' in E Minor: III. Bourrée
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10. Blanditiae from 'Florilegium Secundum' in E Minor: IV. Chaconne
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11. Blanditiae from 'Florilegium Secundum' in E Minor: V. Gigue
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12. Blanditiae from 'Florilegium Secundum' in E Minor: VI. Menuet
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13. Blanditiae from 'Florilegium Secundum' in E Minor: VII. Echo
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14. Trio Sonata op. 2, no. 12: Ciaccona
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15. Apothóse de Corelli: Grande Sonade en Trio: I
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16. Apothóse de Corelli: Grande Sonade en Trio: II
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17. Apothóse de Corelli: Grande Sonade en Trio: III
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18. Apothóse de Corelli: Grande Sonade en Trio: IV
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19. Apothóse de Corelli: Grande Sonade en Trio: V
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20. Apothóse de Corelli: Grande Sonade en Trio: VI
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21. Apothóse de Corelli: Grande Sonade en Trio: VII
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22. Toccata in A Minor
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23. 'Armonico Tributo': Sonata II in G Minor: I. Sonata - Grave
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24. 'Armonico Tributo': Sonata II in G Minor: II. Allegro
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25. 'Armonico Tributo': Sonata II in G Minor: III. Grave - Forte e Allegro - Grave
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26. 'Armonico Tributo': Sonata II in G Minor: IV. Aria
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27. 'Armonico Tributo': Sonata II in G Minor: V. Grave
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28. 'Armonico Tributo': Sonata II in G Minor: VI. Sarabanda - Grave
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29. 'Armonico Tributo': Sonata II in G Minor: VII. Grave
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30. 'Armonico Tributo': Sonata II in G Minor: VIII. Borea
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Jean-Baptiste Lully and Arcangelo Corelli were the champions of the two main musical styles of their age, the seventeenth century in Europe. Their music was the subject of many discussions: which of the two styles was better – the French or the Italian? This disc paints a musical picture of these times.

Performers are: Nicolette Moonen (violin / narration), Rachel Isserlis (violin / violetta), Foskien Kooistra (viola), Rachel Stott (tenor viola), Kinga Gáborjáni (basse de violon / viola da gamba), Silas Wollston (harpsichord), Jakob Lindberg (theorbo).

‘This is the most enjoyable programme of seventeenth-century chamber music I have heard in a long time.’ (Simon Heighes, International Record Review, May 2011.)


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