Film, Video Ensemble Correspondances

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Title
Ensemble Correspondances
Summary

Night, the world of myth and the mysteries of love are the subjects of this concert evoking an evening at the court of Louis XIII at the Palace of the Louvre. Sébastien Daucé leads an ensemble of nine singers and nine instrumentalists- a consort of viols, recorder, lute and chitarrone- from this distinguished French period orchestra, renowned for impeccable and award-winning recordings of 17th-century music. The artists bring to life elegant airs de cours by Antoine Boësset, Pierre Guédron, Etienne Moulinié and others, including the king himself: an accomplished dancer, musician and composer who laid the foundations for the modern art of ballet.

Program: "Les Plaisirs du Louvre"
[0:14] Introduction: Sébastien Daucé
[1:12] François de Chancy: "Allemande en Sol"
[2:57] Antoine Boësset: "Dialogue d'Orphée et sa troupe et des Hamadryades qu'ils attirent", from the Ballet des Nymphes bocagères de la forêt sacrée, dansé par la reine
[5:36] Antoine Boësset: "Noires Forêts"
[9:22] Pierre Guéron: "Cesse mortel d'importuner" ("Juste mespris de saincte Agnez")
[14:53] François de Chancy: "Allemande en Ut"
[16:58] Pierre Guédron: "Quels tourments rigoureux" ("Le Purgatoire")
[20:50] Antoine Boësset: "Bien loin profanes de ces lieux" ("Concert des Nymphes des bois") From the Ballet "des Nymphes bocagères de la forêt sacrée", dansé par la reine
[22:35] Antoine Boësset: "Me veux-tu voir mourir trop aimable inhumaine"
[26:35] Jacques Champion de Chambonnières: "L'Entretien des Dieux"
[31:55] Etienne Moulinié: "O doux Sommeil que tes songes aimables"
[35:13] Antoine Boësset: "Je perds le repos et les sens"
[37:57] Etienne Moulinié: "Rompez les charmes du sommeil" ("Air de la Ridicule") From the "Ballet du Marriage de Pierre de Provence et de la belle Maguelonne, dansé par Gaston d'Orléans"
[42:37] Etienne Moulinié: "Il sort de nos corps emplumés" ("Concert de différents oyseaux") from the "Ballet du Monde renversé"
[49:00] Louis Constantin [attr.]: "Les Suisses et Les Suissesses", from the "Ballet des Triomphes", dansé par le roi
[50:43] Louis XIII: "Les Gascons", from the "Ballet de la Merlaison", composéet dansé par le roi
[51:54] Antoine Boësset: "Ce roi vainqueur de nos malheurs" ("Pour le Roy")
[54:05] Louis Constantin [attr.]: "M. de Liancourt", from the "Ballet des Triomphes"
[54:50] Louis Constantin [attr.]: "Les Valets de la Faiste", from the "Ballet de l'improviste"
[55:50] Antoine Boësset: "Quelle merveilleuse aventure"
[59:31] Antoine Boësset: "Conseille-moi mon cœur" ("David disgrâcié")
[1:03:34] Louis Couperin/Daucé: "La Piémontoise"
[1:05:16] François de Chancy: "Rares fleurs, vivantes peintures"
[1:10:26] Antoine Boësset: "Je suis l'adorable Équité", from the "Ballet de la Félicité, sur le sujet de l'heureuse naissance de Monsigneur le Dauphin", dansé devant le roi
[1:12:52] Etienne Moulinié: "Flores Apparuerunt"

Event Date
May 07, 2021
Running Time
1 hours 16 minutes 15 seconds
Online Format
video
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