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English Baroque Soloists & John Eliot Gardiner - Rameau: Dardanus Orchestral Suite (1983)

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English Baroque Soloists & John Eliot Gardiner - Rameau: Dardanus Orchestral Suite (1983)
Artist: English Baroque Soloists & John Eliot Gardiner
Title Of Album: Rameau: Dardanus Orchestral Suite
Year Of Release: 1983
Label: Erato Records
Country: UK
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (*image + .cue, log, artwork)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 57:51 min
Full Size: 271 MB





Tracklist:

Prologue
01 Ouverture 2:36
02 Marche Pour Les Differentes Nations 1:18
03 Menuet Tendre En Rondeau 1:37
04 Tambourins I & II 2:16

Act I
05 Entree Pour Les Guerriers 2:15
06 Air Vif 2:24
07 Rigaudons I & II 3:21

Act II
08 Ritournelle Vive. Entree D'Ismenor 2:01

Act III
09 Entree D'Iphise 2:37
10 Air En Rondeau 2:46
11 Menuets I & II 4:45
12 Tambourins I & II 2:23
13 Tambourins I & II (1744) 2:31

Act IV
14 Entree Des Songes 1:40
15 Sommeil: Rondeau Tendre 3:32
16 Air Tendre: Calme Des Sens 2:46
17 Passepieds (Or Air Vif) I (1744) & II (1739) 3:49
18 Gavotte Vive 0:39
19 Air De Triomphe 1:09
20 Bruit De Guerre Pour Entr'Acte (1744) 1:02
21 Contredanse 1:09

Act V
22 Entree De Venus (1744) 1:30
23 Gavottes I (Gracieuse) & II (En Rondeau) 2:48
24 Chaconne 5:00

John Eliot Gardiner is one of the leading conductors in the active authentic performances movement in England, performing Baroque music but also extending his range into later repertoire. He first conducted at the age of 15, and after finishing school he studied at King's College, Cambridge. While still an undergraduate, he conducted the combined Oxford and Cambridge Singers on a 1964 tour of the Middle East and founded the Monteverdi Choir, which has consistently performed on his recordings since.

After graduation, he went to Paris to study with Nadia Boulanger and then studied as a postgraduate at King's College, London, with early music leader Thurston Dart. His first notable engagement as a conductor was at a Promenade Concert in London in 1969 and he first conducted an opera in London (Gluck's Iphigenie en Tauride) at Covent Garden in 1973.

He had continued conducting the Monteverdi Choir, then founded the English Baroque Soloists, specializing in Baroque music played on original-style instruments. The EBS first appeared at the 1977 Innsbruck Festival of Early Music and has appeared with the Monteverdi Choir on many recordings.

He made his American debut in 1979 leading the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, part of an active and often overlooked aspect of his career: conducting standard repertoire on modern instruments. This included a period as principal conductor (1980-1983) of the CBC Vancouver Symphony Orchestra; music director of the Opera de Lyon (1983-1988), which included founding an entirely new orchestra; and principal conductor of the North German Radio Symphony Orchestra in Hamburg (1991-1994).

He expanded his activities in the original-style instruments movement by recognizing that from the Classical era and well into the Romantic age there were distinctly different instrument designs than those that are standard today. As a result, he founded another new orchestra, the Orchestre Revolutionnaire et Romantique, to specialize in that period with authentic instruments.

He has also been an active guest conductor, leading major orchestras of the world, including the Cleveland, Berlin Philharmonic, Royal Concertgebouw, Vienna Philharmonic, and Philharmonia orchestras, and has conducted the Puccini opera Manon Lescaut at Glyndebourne. He led a cycle of all seven mature Mozart operas and has conducted over 250 recordings on Deutsche Grammophon and Erato labels. He and Herbert von Karajan share the record for the most Gramophone Awards in a single year (three), while Gardiner has won more of them over the years than any other artist.

The year 2000 marked the beginning of the Bach Cantata Pilgrimage, where Gardiner led performances of the complete sacred cantatas in the United States and Europe. He followed up this project with a 2004 tour around Spain with the Monteverdi Choir, performing selections from the Codex Compostelanus in churches along the Way of St. James. -- Joseph Stevenson



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