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L'Europpe: French Baroque Cantatas

Ensemble 392

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Ariane  
1.1
I. Sous les arbres épais d'un paisible bocage
Philippe Courbois; Ensemble 392
1:28
1.2
II. Ne vous réveillez pas encore, beaux yeux
Philippe Courbois; Ensemble 392
3:20
1.3
III. Mais l'amour interrompt les songes qui l'amusement
Philippe Courbois; Ensemble 392
1:47
1.4
IV. Dieux des mers, servez mon courroux
Philippe Courbois; Ensemble 392
2:25
1.5
V. Quel dieu vient d'Ariane apaiser la douleur?
Philippe Courbois; Ensemble 392
1:12
1.6
VI. Beautés dont on trahit les charmes
Philippe Courbois; Ensemble 392
3:12
Flute Sonata in B Minor, Book 3, Op. 3 No. 2  
1.7
I. Andante e spiccato
Michel Blavet; Ensemble 392
1:06
1.8
II. Allegro
Michel Blavet; Ensemble 392
3:43
1.9
III. Minuetto
Michel Blavet; Ensemble 392
5:39
La rose  
1.10
I. Venez, aimable Rose
Jean-Baptiste Morin; Ensemble 392
1:03
1.11
II. À peine venez
Jean-Baptiste Morin; Ensemble 392
2:49
1.12
III. Mais si la jeune Iris
Jean-Baptiste Morin; Ensemble 392
0:53
1.13
IV. Les fleurs vous cédent
Jean-Baptiste Morin; Ensemble 392
4:05
Europpe  
1.14
I. Ne puis-je me flatter
François Collin De Blamont; Ensemble 392
0:46
1.15
II. Ce n'est pas sans beaucoup de foins
François Collin De Blamont; Ensemble 392
2:47
1.16
III. Mais Europpe longtemps
François Collin De Blamont; Ensemble 392
1:46
1.17
IV. Montre si quelque Dieu
François Collin De Blamont; Ensemble 392
1:30
1.18
V. La jeunesse folle cède à ses désirs
François Collin De Blamont; Ensemble 392
4:40
1.19
VI. D'Europpe errante dans ces lieux
François Collin De Blamont; Ensemble 392
1:12
1.20
VII. C'est sans effort
François Collin De Blamont; Ensemble 392
3:57
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    49:20
Looking at this program, there’s nothing to immediately suggest that it contains anything unusual. Three French cantatas from the first half of the eighteenth century as well as a flute sonata from the same era. Two of the cantatas are inspired by Greek mythology; the third celebrates the sweep to victory by the rose plant in the gardens of the French aristocracy. The continuo group of the Ensemble 392 does not include a string bass, quite in keeping with traditions of Baroque performance practice at that time. And yet there’s one aspect, which, from a historical perspective at least, is quite intriguing. Italian cantatas were wildly popular across Europe, so why not French cantatas as well? The reasoning lies within the social structure of France under Louis XIII and Louis XIV. This album is an exploration of those too frequently forgotten works. Taking its name from French opera pitch (A=392 Hertz), the ensemble is mainly interested in French repertoire of the Baroque.
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