Lully, Charpentier & Desmarets: Passion (CD)

Veronique Gens

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Beskrivelse
This programme marks the eagerly awaited return of Véronique Gens to Baroque music and Lully, in which she made a name for herself at the start of her career. It presents airs from Atys, Persée, Alceste, Proserpine, Le Triomphe de l’Amour and other works by Louis XIV’s famous composer, but also several by Marc-Antoine Charpentier (Médée), Henry Desmarets and Pascal Collasse. Whether well known, rare or in some cases even unpublished, all of them present roles for powerful women whose love is unrequited: dark passions, bitter laments, jealousy, vengeance, the type of dramatic characters that Véronique Gens embodies with all the charisma that has made her reputation. This recording is also the result of an encounter with the youthful ensemble Les Surprises, founded and directed by Louis-Noël Bestion de Camboulas. Together they conceived this programme, which mingles airs, dances and choruses, in collaboration with the Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles.
Sporliste
  1. Toi Qui Dans Ce Tombeau
  2. Prélude
  3. Calme Tes Déplaisirs
  4. Tempête
  5. Désirs, Transports
  6. Deuxième Air
  7. Entrée Des Bretons, Passepied
  8. O Malheureuse Mère
  9. Que Tout Se Ressente De La Fureur Que Je Sens
  10. Espoir Si Cher Et Si Doux
  11. Sarabande 'Dieux Des Enfers'
  12. Canaries
  13. Enfin Il Est En Ma Puissance
  14. Ouverture
  15. Voici Le Favorable Temps
  16. Choeur Du Sommeil
  17. Pompe Funèbre
  18. La Mort, La Mort Barbare
  19. Quel Prix De Mon Amour
  20. Noires Filles Du Styx
  21. Air Pour L'entrée De Borée Et Des Quatre Vents
Produktfakta
Utgitt 2021 Format CD
Sjanger Klassisk Antall disker 1
Artist Ensemble Les Surprises, Henry Desmarets, Jean-Baptiste Lully, Louis-Noel Bestion De Camboulas, Marc-Antoine Charpentier, Veronique Gens Bestillingsnummer ALPHA747