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Vivaldi, l’âge d’or

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Marianne Piketty violon & direction
Le Concert Idéal

1-3. Antonio Vivaldi Sinfonia for strings and basso continuo “La Verità in Cimento” in G major, RV 739*
4. Barbara Strozzi Lagrime mie*
5-7. Antonio Vivaldi Violin concerto in B minor, RV 390*
8-9. Antonio Vivaldi Sonata a Quattro “al Santo Sepolcro” in E flat major, RV 130
10. Francesco Turini Sonata a tre “Il Corisino”*
11-13. Antonio Vivaldi Concerto for violin and cello in G major “per Chiaretta e Teresa”, RV 814*
14-16. Tomaso Albinoni Sinfonia in G minor Si 7
17. Marc’Antonio Ziani Sinfonia in C minor “del Sepolcro”
18. Domenico Gallo Allegro non molto (from Sonata no.2)
19. Antonio Vivaldi Grave (from Concerto in D major, RV 562)
20-22. Antonio Vivaldi Concerto for 4 violins in B flat major, RV 553
23-25. Antonio Vivaldi Concerto for strings in G minor, RV 157
26. Claudio Monteverdi Basso di ciaccona (L’incoronazione di Poppea I, 6)*
* World Premiere

C’est à Venise que prend place l’âge d’or de la musique italienne, durant la période baroque, et que se côtoient compositeurs et interprètes les plus audacieux. À partir des sources inédites, Marianne Piketty et Le Concert Idéal font revivre le foisonnement artistique qui régnait alors, où se rencontrent et ne cessent de se mêler genres, styles, influences opposés. Avec la reconstitution du concerto « per Chiaretta e Teresa », les diminutions inédites de la Sinfonia « La Verità in Cimento » de Vivaldi ou du Lagrime mie de Barbara Strozzi, Impressions vénitiennes propose un portrait tout en contrastes, mouvant et fugace, des musiques de la Sérénissime.

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With rare works, for some of them unpublished by Vivaldi, Marianne Piketty and Le Concert Id al recreate the musical effervescence of that Venetian Baroque era, at the time when music flourished and La Serenissima dazzled. The ensemble unveils a realm where reason often yields to senses and power of imagination. Get on board for a journey at the core of this Venetian School, in which many musical, sometimes antagonistic and anachronistic movements stood alongside and let unusual boldness take seed.