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Grégoire Jeay

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Fantasy No. 3 in B Minor for Flute without Bass  
1.1
I. Largo - Vivace - Allegro
Georg Philipp Telemann; Grégoire Jeay
4:36
1.2
Allegro in D Major
Johann Joachim Quantz; Grégoire Jeay
3:14
1.3
Capricio I in D Minor
Johann Joachim Quantz; Grégoire Jeay
2:46
1.4
Capricio VII in A Minor
Johann Joachim Quantz; Grégoire Jeay
2:44
1.5
Fifteen Variations on the Theme of La Folia
Grégoire Jeay; Grégoire Jeay
11:33
1.6
Prélude, improvisation
Sylvain Bergeron; Sylvain Bergeron
1:36
Suite No. 5 in E Minor for Treble Instrument and Continuo  
1.7
I. Prélude
Pierre Danican Philidor; Grégoire Jeay; Sylvain Bergeron
3:16
1.8
II. Allemande
Pierre Danican Philidor; Grégoire Jeay; Sylvain Bergeron
2:47
1.9
III. Sarabande
Pierre Danican Philidor; Grégoire Jeay; Sylvain Bergeron
4:23
1.10
IV. Gigue
Pierre Danican Philidor; Grégoire Jeay; Sylvain Bergeron
2:27
1.11
Minuetto in E Minor
Jean Daniel Braun; Grégoire Jeay
2:06
1.12
Adagio in B Minor
Jean Daniel Braun; Grégoire Jeay
3:48
1.13
Gigue in B Minor
Jean Daniel Braun; Grégoire Jeay
1:46
Caprice in G Major for Flute without Bass  
1.14
Allegro moderato
Anton Stamitz; Grégoire Jeay
4:37
Flute Sonata in A Minor for solo Flute, Wq132  
1.15
I. Poco Adagio
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Grégoire Jeay
5:09
1.16
II. Allegro
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Grégoire Jeay
3:52
1.17
III. Allegro
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Grégoire Jeay
3:23
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    64:03
"A superb recording of Baroque music oddities and rarities ... a pleasure from start to finish. All the pieces are gems of the genre ... one of the most impressive aspects is the quality of the sound recording ... definitely a must-have for audiophiles, for flute fans, for lute fans, for Baroque fans, heck for anyone." - Classical Music Sentinel This excellent sounding live recording from Baroque flutist Grégoire Jeay offers several examples of the frequently odd, free form musical constructions typical of the music of the era. Presented here are capriccios composed by the great flutist Quantz, Boismortier’s preludes, Telemann’s fantaisies and C.P.E. Bach’s superb sonata, along with one of Jeay's own compositions, inspired by Marin Marais. In addition, the programme includes a suite by Philidor transposed for the flûte d’amour, with award-winning guest lutenist Sylvain Bergeron, the co-founder of La Nef ensemble, contributing an improvised prelude.
176.4 kHz / 24-bit, 88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Fidelio Musique Studio Masters

*Track 10 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM. 
Enregistré en direct / Recorded live: 
Église de Sainte-Madeleine d’Outremont,
 Montréal, Québec, Canada,
 les 17, 18 et 19 mai 2011 ainsi que le 28 août 2011 /
 May 17 - 18 and 19, 2010 and August 28, 2011 Direction artistique / Artistic Direction
: Grégoire Jeay
 Réalisation-montage / Direction-Editing
: Anne-Marie Sylvestre
 Prise de son et matriçage /
 Sound Engineering and Mastering
: René Laflamme 
Graphisme / Graphic Design - Photographie / Photography: Michel Bérard / Nümoov Communication Inc.
 Textes / Copy: 
Grégoire Jeay
 Traduction / Translation: 
Jacques-André Houle This recording was done with the Neumann U-67 tube, schoeps M222 (tube), AEA microphones connected to tubed pream- plifiers and linked directly to a dCS 905 analog to digital converter with a 24-Bit/176 kHz resolution with the dCS Scarlatti clock. A Pyramix Mykerinos (Masscore) recorder completed the recording arsenal.

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