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Musique instrumentale française du XVIIIe siècle

Jean-François Paillard, Ensemble instrumental Jean-Marie Leclair

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Violin Concerto in A Major, Op. 10 No. 2  
1.1
I. Allegro ma non troppo - Adagio - A tempo (feat. Huguette Fernandez)
Jean-Marie Leclair; Jean-François Paillard; Huguette Fernandez; Ensemble instrumental Jean-Marie Leclair
5:08
1.2
II. Adagio (feat. Huguette Fernandez)
Jean-Marie Leclair; Jean-François Paillard; Huguette Fernandez; Ensemble instrumental Jean-Marie Leclair
5:20
1.3
III. Allegro ma non troppo (feat. Huguette Fernandez)
Jean-Marie Leclair; Jean-François Paillard; Huguette Fernandez; Ensemble instrumental Jean-Marie Leclair
4:31
Trio Sonata in D Minor, Op. 4 No. 3  
1.4
I. Adagio (feat. Anne-Marie Beckensteiner, Jean Deferrieux, Jean Lacrouts)
Jean-Marie Leclair; Germaine Raymond; Anne-Marie Beckensteiner; Jean Deferrieux; Jean Lacrouts
2:26
1.5
II. Fugue. Allegro (feat. Anne-Marie Beckensteiner, Jean Deferrieux, Jean Lacrouts)
Jean-Marie Leclair; Germaine Raymond; Anne-Marie Beckensteiner; Jean Deferrieux; Jean Lacrouts
2:13
1.6
III. Aria. Allegro ma poco (feat. Anne-Marie Beckensteiner, Jean Deferrieux, Jean Lacrouts)
Jean-Marie Leclair; Germaine Raymond; Anne-Marie Beckensteiner; Jean Deferrieux; Jean Lacrouts
4:25
1.7
IV. Sarabande. Largo (feat. Anne-Marie Beckensteiner, Jean Deferrieux, Jean Lacrouts)
Jean-Marie Leclair; Germaine Raymond; Anne-Marie Beckensteiner; Jean Deferrieux; Jean Lacrouts
1:44
1.8
V. Allegro (feat. Anne-Marie Beckensteiner, Jean Deferrieux, Jean Lacrouts)
Jean-Marie Leclair; Germaine Raymond; Anne-Marie Beckensteiner; Jean Deferrieux; Jean Lacrouts
2:47
Concerto in Five Parts in E Minor, Op. 37 No. 6  
1.9
I. Allegro (feat. André Lardrot, Anne-Marie Beckensteiner, Germaine Raymond, Jean Charpentier, Marie-Anne Mocquot)
Bodin de Boismortier; Jean Rocheblave; André Lardrot; Anne-Marie Beckensteiner; Germaine Raymond; Jean Charpentier; Marie-Anne Mocquot
2:46
1.10
II. Adagio (feat. André Lardrot, Anne-Marie Beckensteiner, Germaine Raymond, Jean Charpentier, Marie-Anne Mocquot)
Bodin de Boismortier; Jean Rocheblave; André Lardrot; Anne-Marie Beckensteiner; Germaine Raymond; Jean Charpentier; Marie-Anne Mocquot
2:08
1.11
III. Allegro (feat. André Lardrot, Anne-Marie Beckensteiner, Germaine Raymond, Jean Charpentier, Marie-Anne Mocquot)
Bodin de Boismortier; Jean Rocheblave; André Lardrot; Anne-Marie Beckensteiner; Germaine Raymond; Jean Charpentier; Marie-Anne Mocquot
3:23
Oboe Concerto in C Major, Op. 17 No. 3  
1.12
I. Gaîment (feat. André Lardrot)
Jean-Christophe Naudot; Jean-François Paillard; André Lardrot; Ensemble instrumental Jean-Marie Leclair; Jean-Francois Paillard
3:37
1.13
II. Lentement (feat. André Lardrot)
Jean-Christophe Naudot; Jean-François Paillard; André Lardrot; Ensemble instrumental Jean-Marie Leclair; Jean-Francois Paillard
3:47
1.14
III. Légèrement (feat. André Lardrot)
Jean-Christophe Naudot; Jean-François Paillard; André Lardrot; Ensemble instrumental Jean-Marie Leclair; Jean-Francois Paillard
3:24
Total Playing Time    47:39
Jean-François Paillard was a French conductor. He was born in Vitry-le-François and received his musical training at the Conservatoire de Paris, where he won first prize in music history, and the Salzburg Mozarteum. He also earned a degree in mathematics at the Sorbonne.

In 1953, he founded the Jean-Marie Leclair Instrumental Ensemble, which later became the Jean-François Paillard Chamber Orchestra in 1959. The ensemble has made recordings of much of the Baroque repertoire for Erato Records and has toured throughout Europe and the United States. It has also recorded with many leading French instrumentalists, including Maurice André, Jean-Pierre Rampal, Pierre Pierlot, Lily Laskine.

A 1968 recording by the orchestra of the "Canon and Gigue for 3 violins and basso continuo" by Johann Pachelbel, familiarly known as Pachelbel's Canon, nearly single-handedly brought the piece from obscurity to great renown. The recording was done in a more Romantic style, at a significantly slower tempo than it had been played at before, and contained obligato parts, written by Paillard, that are now closely associated with the piece.

He also appeared frequently as a guest conductor with other orchestras and was active as an author. He edited the series Archives de la Musique Instrumentale and published La musique française classique in 1960. This effort brings us this stunning album of French instrumental music from Erato Records.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Warner Classics Studio Masters

Tracks 1-14 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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