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Jean-Marie Leclair, Jean-Rene Gravoin, Jean-Louis Petit - Sonates Pour Violon & Clavecin download mp3 album
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Jean-Marie Leclair, Jean-Rene Gravoin, Jean-Louis Petit ‎– Sonates Pour Violon & Clavecin. Label: Grand Siècle ‎– SXL 2. 06.

Jean-Marie Leclair l'aîné, also known as Jean-Marie Leclair the Elder (10 May 1697 – 22 October 1764), was a Baroque violinist and composer. He is considered to have founded the French violin school. His brothers Jean-Marie Leclair the younger (1703–77), Pierre Leclair (1709–84) and Jean-Benoît Leclair (1714–after 1759) were also musicians. Leclair was born in Lyon, but left to study dance and the violin in Turin. In 1716, he married Marie-Rose Casthanie, a dancer, who died about 1728

Jean Marie LECLAIR and the Duke of CHOISEUL were both members of the masonic loge. LECLAIR received 3 stabs, probably with a sword, around him the police found 3 objects placed intentionaly beside his body. En 1734, Jean Marie LECLAIR éditera 12 sonates pour violon seul dédiées au Roy Louis XV. La dédicace est éloquente et classique à la fois. In 1734, Jean Marie LECLAIR publish12 sonates for violin, dedicate to the King Louis XV, this is quite classical, 30 years later, when Leclair will die, the King will have any further consideration for him. Jean-Marie LECLAIR violoniste. Jean-Marie LECLAIR violoniste added a new photo to the album Mort suspecte de J M LECLAIR - in Paris, France. 2 January 2016 ·.

1976 French Original. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Jean-Jacques Kantorow, Violin; Robert Veyron-Lacroix, Harpsichord. Artist: Jean-Marie Leclair, Jean-Jacques Kantorow, Robert Veyron-Lacroix Title: Sonates Pour Violon Et Clavecin Genre: Classical Type: Used - LP Label: Arion Catalog ID: ARN 31946 Country: France Our ID: 141193. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.

leclair jean-marie les sonates pour flute & clavecin. leclair jean marie jean francois paillard quatre concertos pour violon et orchestre a cordes. ERATO DP 2. - France - 1960 - original used.

Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Jean-Marie Leclair. Intégrale du 4e Livre. Le Tombeau (Les Folies Françoises).

Bach Concerto Pour Clavecin Bwv 1057 Documents. Couperin’s Pices de Clavecin, vingt-cinquime ordre and. Capturing the Spirit of the French Clavecin School: Interpreting Couperin’s Pices de Clavecin, vingt-cinquime ordre and Ravel’s Le Tombeau de CouperinDocuments. Telemann Georg Philipp Canons SonatesDocuments. Bach Concerto Pour Clavecin Bwv 1057 Documents. Scarlatti Domenico-Sonates No 1Documents.

Jean-Marie Leclair was without a doubt one of the best witnesses to (and actor in) the rivalry between the French style and Italian style which continually stirred the musical world during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries- at least in Paris. Jean-Marie Leclair was born in Lyons in 1697. He was ballet master to the Court of Turin and worked there on his violin playing. When he was 25 he published his first collection of sonatas in Paris. Throughout the rest of his career, he devoted most of his energies to instrumental music, making him the real creator of the French violin school. Sample this album Artist (Sample).

Tracklist

Sonate N°9 En Mi Majeur - 2° Livre
A1 Adagio
A2 Allegro Ma Poco
A3 Adagio
A4 Allegro
Sonate N°10 En Ut Majeur - 3° Livre
A5 Largo
A6 Allegro Assai
A7 Arian (Andante)
A8 Tambourin (Presto)
Sonate N°9 En Mi Bémol - 4° Livre
B1 Corente À La Francaise (Un Poco Andante)
B2 Allegro Moderato
B3 Adagio
B4 Vivace
Sonate N°e En Mi Mineur - 3° Livre
B5 Andante
B6 Vivace
B7 Aria Gracioso (Andante)
B8 Altre
B9 Allegro
B10 Presto

Credits

  • Harpsichord – Jean-Louis Petit
  • Violin – Jean-René Gravoin