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Alexandre Tharaud LP

Versailles (2019)

Format: LP

Code: 190295385590


  1. Jean-Philippe RAMEAU (1683 – 1764): Prélude from Premier Livre de pièces de clavecin (1706): Suite in A minor
  2. Jean-Philippe RAMEAU (1683 – 1764): Le Rappel des oiseaux from Pièces de clavecin (1724): Suite in E minor
  3. Robert DE VISÉE (1655 – 1733): Sarabande from Livre de pièces pour la guitare (1686) Suite No.9 in D minor
  4. Jean-Philippe RAMEAU (1683 – 1764): Tambourin from Pièces de clavessin: Suite in E minor
  5. Joseph-Nicolas-Pancrace ROYER (1705-1755): L’Aimable from Premier livre de pièces pour clavecin (1746)
  6. Jean-Philippe RAMEAU (1683 – 1764): Gavotte et Doubles from Nouvelles Suites de pièces de clavecin (1726–7): Suite in A minor
  7. Jean-Henry D'ANGLEBERT (1629-1691): Sarabande “Dieu des Enfers”  after Jean-Baptiste Lully’s La Naissance de Vénus in Pièces de clavecin
  8. Jean-Henry D'ANGLEBERT (1629-1691): Ouverture de Cadmus after Lully’s Cadmus et Hermione, in Pièces de clavecin


  1. Joseph-Nicolas-Pancrace ROYER (1705-1755) : La Marche des Scythes from Premier livre de pièces pour clavecin
  2. Jean-Philippe RAMEAU libretto LOUIS FUZELIER : Aria: “Viens, Hymen” (Phani) from Les Indes galantes (Deuxième Entrée, Scène 2)
  3. Joseph-Nicolas-Pancrace ROYER (1705-1755): Premier et Deuxième Tambourin from Premier livre de pièces pour clavecin
  4. François COUPERIN (1668 – 1733): Les Ombres errantes from Quatrième Livre de pièces de clavecin (1730): Ordre 25ème de clavecin in E flat
  5. JEAN-PHILIPPE RAMEAU piano transcr. 4-hands LÉON ROQUES: Les Sauvages from Nouvelles Suites de pièces de clavecin: Suite in G (excerpt)
  6. Jean-Henry D'ANGLEBERT (1629-1691): Variations sur Les Folies d’Espagne in Pièces de clavecin
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