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"Perpetual Night" - Airs anglais du XVIIe siècle

Lucile Richardot. Ensemble Correspondances, Sébatien Daucé
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    Delicious melancholy
    The circulation of artists and sovereigns between France and England in the seventeenth century resulted in the establishment of highly original genres in the latter country: the first recitatives, large-scale airs from masques and dramatic ‘scenes’ provided fertile ground for experimentation and prepared the way for the birth of semi-opera. Sébastien Daucé explores this English vocal art in a programme tailor-made for one of today’s most fascinating voices: Lucile Richardot, in the exquisite setting provided by Correspondances, subtly blends music, love, night and melancholy.

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    Diapason d'or


    • Robert Johnson
    • William Lawes
    • John Coperario
    • Robert Ramsey
    • Nicholas Lanier
    • John Jenkins
    • John Banister
    • William Webb
    • John Hilton
    • James Hart
    • Matthew Locke
    • John Jackson


    ROBERT JOHNSON [1583-1633]
    · Care-charming sleep (5'15)
    WILLIAM LAWES [1602-1645]
    · Whiles I this standing lake (3'07)
    · Go, happy man (2'00)
    ROBERT RAMSEY [1590-1644]
    · What tears, dear Prince, can serve (3'27)
    WILLIAM LAWES [1602-1645]
    · Music, the master of thy art is dead (2'50)
    NICHOLAS LANIER [1588-1666]
    · No more shall meads (3'10)
    ROBERT RAMSEY [1590-1644]
    · Go, perjured man (1'18)
    JOHN JENKINS [1592-1678]
    · Pavan in F-Major (4'02)
    JOHN BANISTER [1624/25-1679]
    · Give me my lute (2'27)
    ROBERT RAMSEY [1590-1644]
    · Howl not, you ghosts and furies (4'40)
    WILLIAM LAWES [1602-1645]
    · Britanocles the great and good appears (3'18)
    WILLIAM WEBB [c.1600-1657]
    · Powerful Morpheus, let thy charms (4'46)
    JOHN HILTON [1599-1657]
    · Rise, princely shepherd (6'39)
    JAMES HART [1647-1718]
    · Adieu to the pleasures (4'44)
    JOHN BANISTER [1624/25-1679]
    · Amintas, that true hearted swain (3'43)
    JOHN BLOW [1649-1708]
    · Poor Celadon, he sighs in vain (Loving above himself) (5'10)
    MATTHEW LOCKE [1621-1677]
    · Little Consort of 3 Parts, Suite III
    IV. Saraband (1'24)
    HENRY PURCELL [1659-1695]
    · When Orpheus sang (4'16)
    JOHN JACKSON [-1688]
    · Phillis, oh! turn that face (2'02)
    JOHN BLOW [1649-1708]
    · Amphion Anglicus
    Epilogue "Sing, sing, Ye Muses" (3'43)


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