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Rameau: Pièces de Clavecin en Concerts / Charlston, et al

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> Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 1 in C minor - I. La Coulicam (Rondement)
> Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 1 in C minor - II. La Livri (Rondeau gracieux)
> Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 1 in C minor - III. Le Vezinet (Gaiement, sans vitesse)
> Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 2 in G major - I. La Laborde (Rondement)
> Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 2 in G major - II. La Boucon (Air gracieux)
> Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 2 in G major - III. L'agacante (Rondement)
> Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 2 in G major - IV. Menuets I and II
> Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 3 in A major - I. La Lapopliniere (Rondement)
> Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 3 in A major - II. La timide (Rondeaux gracieux)
> Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 3 in A major - III. Tambourins I and II
> Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 4 in B flat major - I. La pantomime (Loure un peu vive)
> Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 4 in B flat major - II. L'indiscrete (Vivement)
> Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 4 in B flat major - III. La Rameau
> Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 5 in D minor - I. La Forqueray (Fugue)
> Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 5 in D minor - II. La Cupis (Rondement)
> Pieces de clavecin en concerts: Concert No. 5 in D minor - III. La Marais (Rondement)

Album Summary

>Rameau, Jean-Philippe : Premier concert, for harpsichord, violin (or flute) & viola da gamba (or second violin) (Pieces de c
>Rameau, Jean-Philippe : Deuxieme concert, for harpsichord, violin (or flute) & viola da gamba (or second violin) (Pieces de
>Rameau, Jean-Philippe : Troisieme concert, for harpsichord, violin (or flute) & viola da gamba (or second violin) (Pieces de
>Rameau, Jean-Philippe : Quatrieme concert, for harpsichord, violin (or flute) & viola da gamba (or second violin) (Pieces de
>Rameau, Jean-Philippe : Cinquieme concert, for harpsichord, violin (or flute) & viola da gamba (or second violin) (Pieces de
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>Rameau, Jean-Philippe : Premier concert, for harpsichord, violin (or flute) & viola da gamba (or second violin) (Pièces de c
  • Performers: Terence Charlston (Harpsichord); Charles Medlam (Cello); Ingrid Seifert (Violin)
  • Ensemble: London Baroque
  • Running Time: 10 min. 11 sec.
  • Period Time: Baroque
  • Written: circa 1741

>Rameau, Jean-Philippe : Deuxième concert, for harpsichord, violin (or flute) & viola da gamba (or second violin) (Pièces de
  • Performers: Terence Charlston (Harpsichord); Charles Medlam (Cello); Ingrid Seifert (Violin)
  • Ensemble: London Baroque
  • Running Time: 17 min. 24 sec.
  • Period Time: Baroque
  • Written: circa 1741

>Rameau, Jean-Philippe : Troisième concert, for harpsichord, violin (or flute) & viola da gamba (or second violin) (Pièces de
  • Performers: Terence Charlston (Harpsichord); Charles Medlam (Cello); Ingrid Seifert (Violin)
  • Ensemble: London Baroque
  • Running Time: 13 min. 25 sec.
  • Period Time: Baroque
  • Written: circa 1741

>Rameau, Jean-Philippe : Quatrième concert, for harpsichord, violin (or flute) & viola da gamba (or second violin) (Pièces de
  • Performers: Terence Charlston (Harpsichord); Charles Medlam (Cello); Ingrid Seifert (Violin)
  • Ensemble: London Baroque
  • Running Time: 10 min. 14 sec.
  • Period Time: Baroque
  • Written: circa 1741

>Rameau, Jean-Philippe : Cinquième concert, for harpsichord, violin (or flute) & viola da gamba (or second violin) (Pièces de
  • Performers: Terence Charlston (Harpsichord); Charles Medlam (Cello); Ingrid Seifert (Violin)
  • Ensemble: London Baroque
  • Running Time: 13 min. 37 sec.
  • Period Time: Baroque
  • Written: circa 1741