The GambaCast – New Comma Baroque – François Couperin (c.1631-1708/12) – Sonade from Quatrième Ordre: La Piémontaise “L’Astrée” from Les Nations: Sonades et Suites de Simphonies en Trio (Paris, 1726)
François Couperin (c.1631-1708/12) – Sonade from Quatrième Ordre: La Piémontaise “L’Astrée” from Les Nations: Sonades et Suites de Simphonies en Trio (Paris, 1726)
Gravement – vivement
Vivement, et marqué
Air – gracieusement
Gravement, et marquee – Légérement
New Comma Baroque – Matthew C. Cataldi, Baroque violin, Leighann Daihl, Baroque flute, Phillip W. Serna, viola da gamba & Emily J. Morlan, historical keyboards
from the program Tous les Matins du Monde “All the Mornings of the World” – Music of the French Baroque by Chambonnières, Couperin, Leclair & Marais
Recorded September 10th, 2012 at Adlai E. Stevenson High School Recital Hall, Adlai E. Stevenson High School, Lincolnshire, IL
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Based in the Chicago area, Dr. Serna works to bring the early western string instrument family known as the viola da gamba into many area schools – demonstrating solo literature from the Renaissance, Baroque and early Classical periods for treble viol, tenor viol, bass viol & violone. Please help us make viols accessible to both young and old.
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