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Jean Philippe Rameau, Marin Marais, Louis Nicolas Clérambault, Ann Monoyios, Concert Royal ~ James Richman - Music In 18th-Century France / Cantatas & Instrumental Pieces Album

Jean Philippe Rameau, Marin Marais, Louis Nicolas Clérambault, Ann Monoyios, Concert Royal ~ James Richman - Music In 18th-Century France / Cantatas & Instrumental Pieces Album
Performer: Jean Philippe Rameau, Marin Marais, Louis Nicolas Clérambault, Ann Monoyios, Concert Royal ~ James Richman
Title: Music In 18th-Century France / Cantatas & Instrumental Pieces
Country: US
Genre: Classical
Style:Baroque
Released: 1980
Catalog number: H-71371
Label: Nonesuch
MP3 album szie: 2089 mb
FLAC album size: 2292 mb

Tracklist

1La Marais2:24
2Fantaisie1:27
3La Forqueray4:25
4Jean Philippe RameauPièces De Clavecin En Concert No. 5 In D Minor (For Harpsichord With Flute & Viola Da Gamba)
Composed By – Jean Philippe Rameau
(12:52)
5Allemande3:29
6Marin MaraisSuite No. 2 In D (For Viola Da Gamba & Continuo)
Composed By – Marin Marais
(11:31)
7Louis Nicolas ClérambaultLa Musette (Cantata For Voice, Musette & Continuo)
Composed By – Louis Nicolas Clérambault
11:34
8Jean Philippe RameauL'Impatience (Cantata For Voice, Viola Da Gamba & Harpsichord)
Composed By – Jean Philippe Rameau
12:41
9La Cupis5:56
10Chaconne6:27

Credits

  • CoordinatorTeresa Sterne
  • Design, Art DirectionKaren Bernath
  • Directed ByJames Richman
  • EngineerFrank Dickinson
  • EnsembleConcert Royal
  • Illustration [Cover Illustration]Nicolas Lancret
  • Mastered ByRobert C. Ludwig
  • Photography ByGerhard Reinhold
  • Recording Supervisor [Musical Supervision], Edited By [Tape Editing]Judith Sherman
  • Sleeve NotesJames Richman
  • Soprano VocalsAnn Monoyios

Notes

Texts & translations enclosed

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