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Jean-Philippe Rameau: Pygmalion

Cyrille Dubois, Marie-Claude Chappuis, Céline Scheen, Eugénie Warnier, Arnold Schoenberg Choir, Christophe Rousset, Les Talens Lyriques

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Pygmalion, acte de ballet, RCT 52  
1
Ouverture
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques
4:22
2
Scene 1. Air «Fatal Amour, cruel vainqueur» (Pygmalion)
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques; Cyrille Dubois
3:35
3
Scene 2. Récit «Pygmalion, est-il possible» (Pygmalion, Céphis)
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques; Cyrille Dubois; Marie-Claude Chappuis
2:00
4
Scene 3. Récit «Que d’appas ! Que d’attraits !» (Pygmalion, la Statue)
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques; Cyrille Dubois
2:11
5
Scene 3. Récit «D’où naissent ces accords ?»
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques; Cyrille Dubois
1:00
6
Scene 3. Récit «Quel prodige ? Quel dieu ?»
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques; Cyrille Dubois; Céline Scheen
2:51
7
Scene 3. Air «De mes maux à jamais»
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Cyrille Dubois; Céline Scheen; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques
2:24
8
Scene 4. Récit «Du pouvoir de l’Amour» (L’Amour, Pygmalion & la Statue)
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques; Eugénie Warnier
1:17
9
Scene 4. «Jeux et ris qui suivez mes traces» ariette vive et gracieuse
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques; Eugénie Warnier
2:02
10
Scene 4. Les différents caractères de la danse
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques
2:45
11
Scene 4. Sarabande pour la Statue
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques
4:04
12
Scene 4. Récit «Le peuple en ces lieux s’avance»
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques; Chœur Arnold Schoenberg
0:25
13
Scene 5. "Air gay pour l’entrée du peuple qui vient admirer la Statue" (Pygmalion, la Statue & chœurs)
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques; Cyrille Dubois
1:57
14
Scene 5. Gavottes
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques
1:47
15
Scene 5. «L’Amour triomphe» (ariette)
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques
2:49
16
Scene 5. Pantomime niaise et un peu lente
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques; Cyrille Dubois; Chœur Arnold Schoenberg
1:03
17
Scene 5. Pantomime très vive
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques
2:31
18
Scene 5. «Règne, Amour» (ariette)
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques; Cyrille Dubois
5:11
19
Scene 5. Air gracieux
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques
0:57
20
Scene 5. Contredanse
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques
1:37
Les Fêtes de Polymnie, suite d’orchestre, RCT 39  
21
I. Ouverture
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques
4:31
22
II. Air grave et fier
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques
2:29
23
III. Mouvement de Chaconne
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques
1:33
24
IV. Air grave et majestueux
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques
3:18
25
V. Premier et second Menuets
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques
3:48
26
VI. Premier et second Passepieds
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques
2:10
27
VII. Entrée des Peuples
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Les Talens Lyriques; Christophe Rousset
2:05
28
VIII. Gigue
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques
1:56
29
IX. Air vif
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques
1:55
30
X. Air fort gai
Jean-Philippe Rameau; Christophe Rousset; Les Talens Lyriques
1:13
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    71:46
Christophe Rousset's renowned early music ensemble Les Talens Lyriques presents their lively interpretation of Rameau's Pygmalion. An acte de ballet premiered in 1748 at the Paris Opéra, the scenario draws from Ovid's Metamorphoses in which the talented Pygmalion creates a statue with whom he falls in love and which is then brought to life by Love, making for perfect romantic comedy material. Rameau's score is vibrant and varied and is given an invigorating performance by Les Talens Lyriques with soloists Cyrille Dubois as Pygmalion, Marie-Claude Chappuis as Céphise (Pygmalion's scorned lover), Céline Scheen as La Statue (the Statue), and Eugénie Warnier as L’Amour (Love).
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