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O Carta Amorosa !

O CARTA AMOROSA ! LETTRES EN MUSIQUE produit par UNIK ACCESS

O CARTA AMOROSA !

LETTRES EN MUSIQUE

Françoise Masset, chant
La Gioannina
Nanja Breedijk, Harpe triple , Simon Capp, Rose Green, 1996
Rémi Cassaigne, Théorbe, Klaus T. Jakobsen, 2009 & Guitare baroque, Ivo Magherini, Brême, 2008

LABEL ENPHASES, DISTRIBUTION OUTHERE
ENP006

Sortie : 14 juin 2019

01

Atto Melani - Scrivete occhi dolenti

02

Girolamo Frescobaldi - Aria detta La Frescobalda

03

Alessandro Stradella - Lettera a Bella Donna Crudele

04

Girolamo Kapsberger / Carlo Gesualdo - Com’esser può

05

Girolamo Frescobaldi - Vanne, ó carta amorosa
Vincent Bouchot / Michel Butor - Twitter

06

n° 1 - Le gazouillis au bout des doigts

07

n° 1bis - À la prochaine fois

08

n° 2 - Imperturbablement

09

n° 3 - Prends tout ton temps

10

n° 4 - Murmures dans le petit matin

11

n° 5 - Un peu plus, un peu moins

12

n° 6 - J’ai tellement marché aujourd’hui

13

Claudio Monteverdi - Lettera amorosa

14

Girolamo Frescobaldi - Canzon quinta

15

Marco Antonio Negri - Queste dogliose stille

16

Alessandro Piccinini - Toccata quarta

17

Marco Antonio Negri - In queste bianche carte

18

Giacomo Carissimi - Scrivete occhi dolenti
Domenico Scarlatti - Sonata 89

19

Allegro

20

Grave

21

Alllegro

22

Benedetto Marcello - Lettera del Signor Carlo Antonio Benati scritta alla Signora Vittoria Tesi

23

Cécile Chaminade - Ma première lettre

Enregistré au Studio Sequenza, Montreuil, les 8, 9, 10, &11 octobre 2018 
Prise de son : Thomas Vingtrinier 
Direction Artistique : Vincent Bouchot

About the project

From the emergence of the stile rappresentativo (Monteverdi's famous Lettera Amorosa) and the monodic madrigal (Frescobaldi, Negri) to the flowering of bel canto (Carissimi, Stradella, Melani) - and its parody (the very burlesque and unpublished Lettera del Signor Carlo Antonio Benati scritta alla Signora Vittoria Tesi by Marcello) -, the letter in music is approached in the golden age of the Italian cantata by numerous composers.

La Gioannina reveals a hidden and exemplary facet of the history of the Italian cantata, following its resonances up to a contemporary creation by Vincent Bouchot on texts by Vincent Bouchot on unpublished texts by a major poet of our time, Michel Butor.

Disc recording O Carta Amorosa produced by UNIK ACCESS
Disc recording O Carta Amorosa produced by UNIK ACCESS

The Gioannina

The ensemble La Gioannina brings together harp and lute, sensitive strings, for a curious and free exploration of the repertoire from the Baroque period to the present day. Founded in 2012 by Rémi Cassaigne and Nanja Breedijk, the ensemble, in collaboration with Françoise Masset, has devoted two recordings to Orazio Michi dell'Arpa (1595-1641).

Nanja Breedijk

Nanja BREEDIJK covers all the horizons of the early harp, from the renaissance harp to the single pedal and double movement harp. She has been playing for many years in several early music ensembles (Les Arts Florissants, Le Poème Harmonique, La Main Harmonique, Les Paladins), in small and large concert halls (Philharmonie de Paris, Berlin) and prestigious festivals (recently the Berlioz Festival), and she regularly participates in opera productions (recently with Les Arts Florissants: Monteverdi's Orfeo). She has recorded numerous CDs, notably with the ensembles Les Arts Florissants (Monteverdi's madrigals), Le Poème Harmonique, Akadêmia, À Deux Violes Esgales and with the countertenor Philippe Jaroussky. She teaches ancient harps at the CRR of Versailles, as well as basso continuo at the CNSM of Paris. She is co-founder with Rémi Cassaigne of the ensemble La Gioannina which has released its first CD 'E che vuoi più?' with unpublished music by the composer and harpist Orazio Michi Dell'Arpa.

Rémi Cassaigne

Rémi CASSAIGNE studied the lute with Pascale Boquet at the CNR of Tours, then in Eugène Ferré's class at the CNSMD of Lyon. Today, Rémi Cassaigne plays with ensembles such as Le Baroque Nomade, Consonance, Le Concert d'Astrée, Jacques Moderne, Double Face. With harpist Nanja Breedijk, he founded the ensemble La Gioannina in 2012, whose repertoire is based on his research in Italian libraries. Author of several novels and numerous translations, he wrote the libretto for an opera performed in Dijon in February 2014 and teaches at the ESMD in Lille.

Françoise Masset

Hailed by the critic Ivan Alexandre as one of our rare, last female singers, Françoise MASSET performs on stage, in concert and on recordings, a diversified repertoire, from the baroque to the contemporary, which testifies to her curiosity and her taste for musical encounters. On stage, she created Michèle Reverdy's Médée at the Opéra de Lyon and has sung in recent years in Jean-Philippe Rameau's Les Indes Galantes, Claudio Monteverdi's The Coronation of Poppea and Il Ritorno d'Ulisse (Les Paladins/J. Correas), Janacek's Cunning Little Vixen (TM+/L. Cuniot) and Maurice Ravel's L'Enfant et les sortileges (Musica Nigella/T. Nemoto). She favours recitals and chamber music, and creates original programmes with La Gioannina/R. Cassaigne and N. Breedijk and Les Musiciens de Saint Julien/F. Lazarevitch. She was awarded the Orphée d'Or 2010 for the best interpreter of melodies for the album Les Compositeurs de Marceline Desbordes-Valmore and recently recorded with the pianist Anne Le Bozec for the Hortus label, two programmes dedicated to the First World War.

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