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Salon de la Camerata de' Bardi


Les Arts Florissants’ Musical Salons

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Salon de la Camerata de' Bardi
Les Arts Florissants’ Musical Salons


Ensemble

Les Arts Florissants

Musical direction

Paul AGNEW


Cast

Miriam ALLAN, soprano
Juliette GUIGNARD - Viola da gamba
Nanja BREEDIJK - Harp
Massimo MOSCARDO - Theorbo, Lute
André HENRICH - Theorbo, Lute
Florian CARRÉ - Hapsichord, organ


Program

Emilio de' Cavalieri - La Pellegrina

Ballo del Gran Ducca, "O che nuovo miracolo" (Extracts of the Intermèdes)

Giovanni Battista BUONAMENTE - Ballo del Gran Ducca

Jan Pieterszoon SWEELINCK - Ballo del Granduca

Giulio CACCINI - L'Euridice composta in musica in stile rapresentativo ( Extracts )

Ninfe, ch'i bei crin d'oro

Giulio CACCINI - Sfogava con le stelle

Jacopo PERI - Hor che gli augelli cantando volano

Giovanni Girolamo KAPSBERGER - Diminution sur le madrigal "Come esser puo ch'io viva" de Carlo Gesualdo ( Harp solo )

Giulio CACCINI - Movetevi a pietà

Jacopo PERI - Quest'humil fera, un cor di tigre, o d'orsa

Giulio CACCINI - Amarilli mia bella

Francesco RASI - Filli mia, Filli dolce

Michelagnolo GALILEI - Prélude ( Chitarrone solo )

Giovanni Girolamo KAPSBERGER - Toccata I ( Chitarrone solo )

Francesco RASI - Un guardo ohimè, ch'io moro

Francesco RASI - È sì lieto il mio core

Giulio CACCINI - L'Euridice composta in musica in stile rapresentativo

Lassa, che di spavento e di pietate gelam'il mio cor nel seno

Peter PHILIPS - Luca Marenzio Intavola di Pietro Philippi ( Harpsichord solo )

Tirsi morir volea - Prima Parte

Frenò Tirsi il desio - Seconda parte

Così moriro - Terza Parte

Claudio MONTEVERDI - Cruda Amarilli, che col nome ancora ( Fifth Book of Madrigals )

Claudio MONTEVERDI - O Mirtillo, anima mia ( Fifth Book of Madrigals )

Claudio MONTEVERDI - Tirsi e Clori, Ballo ( Seventh Book of Madrigals - Extracts )

Per monti e per valli (Tirsi)

Dolcissimo Tirsi (Clori)

Su, Clori mio core (Tirsi)

Sì, Tirsi, mia vita (Clori)

Già, Clori gentile (Clori e Tirsi)

The Count Giovanni de’ Bardi (1534-1612) was a man of letters, a poet, playwright and composer (only a few of his madrigals have survived). He was above all a great sponsor, whose Florentine salon saw the first signs of the birth of opera with the presence of Peri and Caccini. In the intimate setting of the Amphithéâtre, Paul Agnew and the musicians of Les Arts Florissants will come and play the historic instruments or “fac-simile” of the Museum’s collection. An invitation to go back in time, so as to try and create a little of the musical atmosphere characteristic of this Florentine salon.

In association with the concert

Before the concert, at 7p.m., the Philharmonie de Paris is proposing a debate on the theme “The Florentine Camerata and the birth of opera”. A debate animated by Philippe Venturini with Paul Agnew, Catherine Deutch and Denis Morrier.

 

Upcoming concerts

Paris / France
Musée de la musique - Cité de la musique

  • Tuesday, October 24 2017, 8.30pm
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