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Christophe Rousset & Les Talens Lyriques - Jean-Baptiste Lully: Amadis (2014)

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Christophe Rousset & Les Talens Lyriques - Jean-Baptiste Lully: Amadis (2014)
Artist: Christophe Rousset & Les Talens Lyriques
Title Of Album: Jean-Baptiste Lully: Amadis
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Aparte
Country: France
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (image + .cue, log, artwork)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 02:44:01
Full Size: 907 MB


Jean-Baptiste Lully: Amadis, Prologue
Ah ! J'entends un bruit qui nous presse (Ch?ur, Urgande et Alquif)
Premier air
Second air "Les plaisirs nous suivront desormais" (une des suivantes d'Urgande)
Lorsqu'Amadis perit, une douleur profonde (Ch?ur, Alquif, Urgande)
Rondeau "Suivions l'amour, c'est lui qui nous mene" (Ch?ur, une des suivantes d'Urgande)
Volez, tendres amours, Amadis va revivre (Ch?ur, Urgande et Alquif)
ouverture (reprise)

Jean-Baptiste Lully: Amadis
Acte I, Scene 1, Je reviens dans ces lieux pour y voir ce que j'aime (Amadis, Florestan)
Acte I, Scene 2, Florestan ! (Florestan, Corisande)
Acte I, Scene 3, Je revois Florestan, je le revois fidele (Oriane, Florestan, Corisande)
Acte I, Scene 4, Marche pour le combat de la barriere
Acte I, Premier air des combattants
Acte I, Belle princesse, que vos charmes (Troupe de combattants)
Acte I, Marche pour le combat de la barriere (reprise)
Acte II, Scene 1, Prelude "Amour, que veux-tu de moi ?" (Arcabonne)
Acte II, Scene 2, Ma s?ur, qui peut causer votre sombre tritesse ? (Arcabonne, Arcalaus)
Acte II, Scene 3, Dans un piege fatal son mauvais sort l'amene. (Arcalaus)
Acte II, Scene 4, Prelude "Bois epais, redouble ton ombre" (Amadis)
Acte II, Scene 5, Ritournelle "O fortune cruelle !" (Amadis, Corisande)
Acte II, Scene 6, Arrete, audacieux (Amadis, Corisande, Arcalaus)
Acte II, Scene 7, Esprits infernaux, il est temps (Amadis, Arcalaus)
Acte II, Scene 8, Air pour les demons et les monstres
Acte II, Scene 9, Symphonie des enchantements "Non, non, pour etre invincible" (Troupe de demons enchanteurs)
Acte II, Trio "Aimez, soupirez, c?urs fideles" (Deux demons sous la forme de bergers)
Acte II, Trio "Vous ne devez plus attendre" (Deux demons sous la forme de nymphes et la troupe de demons enchanteurs)
Acte II, Est-ce vous Oriane ! O Ciel ! Est-il possible ? (Amadis)
Acte II, Non, non, pour etre invincible (Troupe de demons enchanteurs)
Acte II, Second air (reprise)
Acte III, Scene 1, Prelude "Ciel ! Finissez nos peines" (Florestan, Corisande, Ch?ur de captives et de captifs enfermes, Ch?ur de geoliers)
Acte III, Scene 2, Prelude "Il est temps de finir votre plainte importune" (Troupe de captives et captifs, Troupe des geoliers et Arcabonne)
Acte III, Florestan ! (Les memes, Corisande)
Acte III: Toi qui dans ce tombeau (Arcabonne)
Acte III, scene 3, Ah ! Tu me trahis, malheureuse (Arcabonne, L'Ombre d'Ardan Canile)
Acte III, scene 4, Prelude "Non, rien n'arretera la fureur qui m'anime" (Amadis, Arcabonne)
Acte III, Vivez, quittez vos fers, ne craignez plus ma haine (Amadis, Arcabonne)
Acte III, scene 5, Prelude "Sortons d'esclavage" (Corisande, Florestan, Troupe de captives et captifs)
Acte III, Premier air
Acte III, Second air "Sortons d'esclavage" (Corisande, Florestan, Troupe de captives et captifs)
Acte III, Premier air (reprise)
Acte IV, Scene 1, Par mes enchantements Oriane est captive (Arcabonne, Arcalaus)
Acte IV, Scene 2, A qui pourrai-je avoir recours ? (Oriane)
Acte IV, Scene 3, Je vous entends, cessez de feindre (Oriane, Arcalus)
Acte IV, Scene 4, Que vois-je ! O spectacle effroyable ? (Oriane)
Acte IV, Il m'appelle, je le vais suivre (Oriane)
Acte IV, Scene 5, Quel plaisir de voir (Arcabonne, Arcalaus)
Acte IV, Scene 6, Prelude "Je soumets a mes lois l'enfer, la terre et l'onde" (Urgande)
Acte IV, Prelude "Tout mon effort est inutile" (Deux suivantes d'Urgande, Arcabonne et Arcalus)
Acte IV, Menuet pour les suivantes "C?urs, accables de rigueurs inhumaines" (Deux suivantes d'Urgande), Menuet pour les suivantes (reprise)
Acte IV, Scene 7, Prelude "Demons, soumis a nos lois" (Arcabonne et Arcalaus)
Acte IV, Second air acte III (reprise)
Acte V, Scene 1, Prelude "Apollidon, par un pouvoir magique" (Amadis, Urgande)
Acte V, Scene 2, Fermez-vous pour jamais, mes yeux, mes tristes yeux (Amadis, Oriane)
Acte V, Scene 3, Enfin, vos c?urs sont reunis, (Amadis, Oriane, Urgande)
Acte V, Scene 4, Symphonie "Il est temps de vous arreter" (Florestan, Corisande, Amadis, Oriande, Urgande)
Acte V, Scene 5, Prelude "Fideles c?urs, votre constance" (Une heroine)
Acte V, Chaconne
Acte V, Chantons tous, en ce jour (Grand ch?ur)

Christophe Rousset is one of the finest and most exciting harpsichordists, and as a conductor is a leader in the late 20th century revival of French Baroque music. After studying piano as a boy, he became deeply interested in the harpsichord at the age of 13. He studied with Huguette Dreyfus at the Schola Cantorum in Paris and, from 1980 to 1983, with Bob van Asperen at the Royal Conservatory of the Hague. He won a special certificate of distinction at the Schola Cantorum and, in 1983, the first prize at the International Harpsichord Competition in Bruges. He began a professional career, in which he rose quickly in the ranks of the world's harpsichordists. He soon appeared at some of the most prestigious early music festivals, including those of Aix-en-Provence, Saintes, Veaune, Utrecht, La Roque d'Antheron, and Les Printemps des Arts de Nantes. He recorded for the Decca record label and its early music imprint L'Oiseau-Lyre. His recording of the Pieces de clavecin of Rameau won the 1992 Gramophone Award for Best Baroque Non-Vocal Release and the Belgian Cecilia Prize. During this time as a specialist in Baroque harpsichord, he often performed the harpsichord continuo parts in ensemble music. For the most part in the Baroque era, ensembles were led by the harpsichordist. Thus it was natural that Rousset's harpsichord appearances with such established authentic instrument ensembles as La Petite Bande, Musica Antique de Cologne, the Academy of Ancient Music, Il Seminario Musicale, and Les Arts Florisants led him to an interest in leading a Baroque ensemble. In 1991, he founded such a group, which he named Les Talens Lyrics. This title is taken from a 1739 collection of compositions by Jean-Philippe Rameau. The group was primarily interested in reviving French Baroque music, but it also intended to explore the connections between the distinct national styles of France and the other major European nations of the Baroque era (including England). In particular, Rousset and Les Talens explore the vital interchange of music that took place between France and the Kingdom of Naples. The group is flexible in size. It may include as little as five singers and players for a performance of court vocal works, or up to 40 for opera and oratorio. An important introduction of Les Talens came in 1993 at the Festival de Beaune, when theyh performed Scipione by Handel. The same year they presented L'incoronazione di Poppea of Monteverdi at the Amsterdam Opera. They have also played ballets and operas of Cimarosa, Berutti, de Mondonville. They have recorded Henry du Mont's Motets en dialogue, Jean-Marie Leclair's trios, Handel's Scipione and Richard the First, Jommelli's Armida Abbandonata, ouvertures of Rameau, and the soundtrack for the movie Farinelli, whose subject was one of the leading castrato singers of the Baroque. The Farinelli soundtrack had extraordinary sales for an early music classical release, selling well over 600,000 copies worldwide. Les Talens Lyriques plans to track the Neapolitan-Parisian connection up to the time of the emergence of Rossini. In 2000, Rousset moved a step toward that by conducting Mozart's Mitridate at the Opera National de Lyon. In 2004 he was honored by the French government as Officier des Arts et Lettres, and “Chevalier dans l’Ordre National du Merite.”

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