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CD booklet Reviews

ACD22600 - October, 2010

Bonbons

Musicians fondly think of some works as bonbons or candy, for they are as agreeable to play as they are to listen to; everybody likes them. Their melodies are engraved in our memories and run through our heads, as the makers of movies and ads know so well. Some, such as the Aria from Bach’s Suite in D major or Pachelbel’s Canon, cause us to shed tears at weddings or funerals. How can the popularity of these particular and apparently immortal works be explained, when their composers—with the exception of Corelli—have written so many other more elaborate masterpieces? Is it because, in their simplicity, these little jewels pierce straight into the hearts of their listeners? For ATMA and Les Violons du Roy the answer is yes.
    

 
 
 
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Disque No 1

1
Concerto grosso «La Follia » d'après Corelli
Geminiani, Francesco
10:48
$1.99
2
Canon en ré majeur
Pachelbel, Johann
4:06
$0.99
3
Gigue en ré majeur
Pachelbel, Johann
1:26
$0.99
4
Chaconne en sol mineur Z. 730
Purcell, Henry
5:31
$0.99
Concerto en ré mineur pour hautbois, cordes et continuo
Marcello, Alessandro
$1.99
5
Andante spiccato

3:03
$0.99
6
Adagio

3:41
$0.99
7
Presto

4:02
$0.99
8
Sinfonia de la cantate BWV 156
Bach, Johann Sebastian
2:11
$0.99
9
« Air » de la Suite pour orchestre en ré majeur, BWV 1068
Bach, Johann Christian
5:08
$0.99
Sérénade en sol majeur "Eine kleine Nachtmusik", K. 525
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
$3.49
10
I. Allegro

5:21
$0.99
11
II. Romance (Andante)

6:05
$1.99
12
III.Menuetto (Allegretto)

2:19
$0.99
13
IV. Rondo (Allegro)

4:01
$0.99
14
Ballet des Ombres heureuses [ ORPHÉE ET EURYDICE ]
Gluck, Chistoph Willibald von
6:44
$1.99