Torniamo all'antico e sarà un progresso

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Silvestro LegaThe Starling's Song© Archives Alinari, Florence, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais / Nicola Lorusso
Just for a change, let us make way for ancient Italian music, to remind us that the Italians were not the last, in the second half of the nineteenth century, to rediscover the greatness of their musical traditions, from the Renaissance to the Baroque period, and to publish and perform it. They took inspiration from it to create contemporary works and to reflect on a revival of "pure" music that could challenge the predominance of the operatic repertoire.
Under the auspices of Verdi's statement in 1871 – "Let us return to the past: that will be progress" – we will hear nine concerts of ancient music to remind us how indebted we are to the Generazione dell'80 (musicians born in the 1880s), the publication and the revival through adaptations of the great names of Italy's musical past: to Gian Francesco Malipiero for the first modern editions of the works of Monteverdi, to Alfredo Casella for those of the Florentine masters of the 14th century and to Scarlatti, to Ildebrando Pizzetti for the Italian repertoire of the 15th and 16th centuries, and to Ottorino Respighi for the adaptation of the music for violin by Locatelli, Tartini, Vivaldi and Porpora, among others.

21 February - 23 May 2013
Musée d'Orsay
Auditorium niveau -2

Concerto Italiano
Rinaldo Alessandrini, direction
Claudio Monteverdi
Madrigaux, extraits des Livres 2 à 7

 
Thu 21 February 2013 - 20h00
Musée d'Orsay
Auditorium niveau -2

Concert exceptionnel

Bernarda Fink, mezzo-soprano
Academy of Ancient Music
Rodolfo Richter, direction
Francesco Maria Veracini
Ouverture, en sol mineur, n° 6
Tarquinio Merula
Hor ch'è tempo di dormire, op. 13
Antonio Vivaldi
Concerto, en mi majeur "L'Amoroso", RV 271 ;
Sovvente il sole, extrait de Andromeda liberate ;
Concerto, en ré majeur "L'Inquietudine", RV 234
Tomaso Albinoni
Concerto, en do majeur, G 99, op. 9, n° 9
Giovanni Battista Ferrandini
Cantate Il pianto di Maria

 
Thu 28 February 2013 - 20h00
Musée d'Orsay
Auditorium niveau -2

Christophe Coin, violoncelle, basse de viole
Martin Zeller, violoncelle, basse de viole
François Guerrier, clavecin
Cello versus gamba


Jean-Marie Leclair
Sonates en trio pour violons et basse continue, op. 4
Antoine Forqueray
Pièces de viole, première suite : "La Forqueray"
Pièces de viole, deuxième suite : "La Leclair"

François Couperin
La Forqueray, extrait du "Troisième livre des pièces pour clavecin, 17e ordre"
Arcangelo Corelli
Sonate en trio pour violons et basse continue en do majeur, op. 2, n°3
Marin Marais
"Caprice ou sonate", extrait du Quatrième Livre des pièces de viole
Jean Barrière
Sonate pour violoncelle
Basse continue en do majeur, n°4, Livre 4

Martin Berteau
Sonate à deux violoncelles et basse continue, op. 1 n° 6
Joseph-Marie-Clément Dall'Abaco
Sonate à deux violoncelles en fa majeur
Sonate à deux violoncelles en la majeur

Antonio Vivaldi
Sonates pour violoncelle et basse continue en sol mineur, RV 42

 
Thu 4 April 2013 - 20h00
Musée d'Orsay
Auditorium niveau -2

Lorna Anderson, soprano : L'Età dell'Oro
Romina Basso, mezzo-soprano : La Virtù
David Wilson-Johnson, basse : La Senna
Tom Robson, ténorThe King's Consort
Robert King, direction
Antonio Vivaldi
La Senna festeggiante, RV 693

 
Thu 23 May 2013 - 20h00
Musée d'Orsay
Auditorium niveau -2

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