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Louis XIV 1715-2015 Celebration, Special Edition
Violaine le Chenadec (soprano), Marie-Frédérique Girod (soprano), Caroline Bardot (soprano), Caroline Weynants (soprano), Amandine Trenc (soprano), Caroline Meng (soprano), Lucile Richardot (mezzo-soprano), Dagmar Sasková (mezzo-soprano), Stephanie Leclerc (contralto), Stephen Collardelle (countertenor),...
Some of the music for ‘La Nuit’ is genuinely atmospheric and is sung with sustained tone and exquisite ornamentation by Lucile Richardot … The instrumental accompaniment is unfailingly funny... — More…
Rappresentazione della gloriosa Passione di Cristo
Philippe Jaroussky (counter tenor) & Nuria Rial (soprano)
L’Arpeggiata & Ensemble Barbara Fortuna (Corsican Choir), Christina Pluhar
the sound they make is gorgeous, lush in texture, with splendid performances from soprano Nuria Rial and countertenor Philippe Jaroussky...Like the vocalists, the instrumentalists of L'Arpeggiata... — More…
Songs, Arias & Madrigals from the 17th century
Julian Pregardien (tenor)
Teatro del Mondo, Andreas Küppers
Julian Prégardien has all the qualities of a fine lyric tenor, his voice sheer, clean, open. Informed by his experience in 18th-century opera and German Lieder, his approach is mellifluous and... — More…
The golden age of Venetian instrumental music
Maurice Steger (recorder & direction), Hille Perl (viola da gamba), Lee Santana (chitarrone), Naoki Kitaya (organ & harpsichord), Sergio Ciomei (harpsichord & organ), Thomas Boysen (theorbo & baroque guitar), Mauro Valli (cello), Margret Köll (baroque harp), Thor-Harald Johnsen (baroque...
Maurice Steger is a player of wonderful dexterity, and his colleagues are excellent. — More…
Agnès Mellon, Jill Feldman, Marie-Claude Vallin (sopranos), Dominique Visse, Vincent Darras (hautes-contre), Ian Honeyman, Michel Laplénie (ténors), Philippe Cantor, Antoine Sicot (basses), Monique Zanetti (sopranos), Gérard Lesne (haute-contre), Jean-Paul Fouchécourt (ténor), Michel Laplénie (baritone),...
Philippe Jaroussky (countertenor), Emőke Baráth (soprano)
I Barocchisti, Coro della Radiotelevisione svizzera, Diego Fasolis
Jaroussky’s expressiveness is irresistible. He squeezes maximum nuance from each word, sighing, languishing, and lamenting with utter conviction. As he does so, he also generously shares the... — More…
Songs from early baroque Italy
Roberta Invernizzi (soprano) & Craig Marchitelli (archlute & theorbo)
This is vocal writing that thrives on extremes: complex, emphatic, dissonant and brilliantly embellished...Invernizzi is a fearless singer. Some notes are stripped violently dry and thin, others... — More…