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Conversations Galantes by Ensemble Mirable Sports football betting appEnsemble Mirable : Conversations Galantes.
Rare and extraordinary music of the baroque.


This lightly elegant dance music of Conversations Galantes was invented for the court of Louis XIV, but Louis-Gabriel Guillemains' Italian training as a violinist also added a warm, passionate quality that absolutely thrilled mid-eighteenth century Parisians. Greer Ellison, flutist, Elizabeth Blumenstock, violinist, and Joanna Blendulf, violist da gamba delicately exchange parts back and forth on this recording, which is performed in a tastefully relaxed manner and has a really pleasing overall sound. They're supported by the continuo ensemble of JungHae Kim (harpsichord) and William Skeen (violoncello) whose supple tones compliment the overall mood. The members of Ensemble Mirable also perform with Philharmonia Baroque, American Bach Soloists, Musica Angelica, and the Portland Baroque Orchestra.
Songs:

1. Sonata III in d minor (Allegro-Moderato) (Louis-Gabriel Guillemain)
2. Sonata III in d minor (Larghetto) (Louis-Gabriel Guillemain)
3. Sonata III in d minor (Aria-Gratioso) (Louis-Gabriel Guillemain)
4. Sonata III in d minor (Allegro) (Louis-Gabriel Guillemain)
5. Sonata IV in C Major (Allegro-Moderato) (Louis-Gabriel Guillemain)
6. Sonata IV in C Major (Aria-Gratioso Altro piu Allegro) (Louis-Gabriel Guillemain)
7. Sonata IV in C Major (Allegro) (Louis-Gabriel Guillemain)
8. Sonata V in F Major (Allegro-Moderato) (Louis-Gabriel Guillemain)
9. Sonata V in F Major (Aria-Gratioso) (Louis-Gabriel Guillemain)
10. Sonata V in F Major (Andante) (Louis-Gabriel Guillemain)
11. Sonata V in F Major (Allegro-Ma non presto) (Louis-Gabriel Guillemain)
12. Sonata II in b minor (Allegro-Moderato) (Louis-Gabriel Guillemain)
13. Sonata II in b minor (Aria-Gratioso Altro) (Louis-Gabriel Guillemain)
14. Sonata II in b minor (Allegro) (Louis-Gabriel Guillemain)

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Release date: 12/5/2005
Ensemble Mirable lives in California USA

Tagged as: Classical, Baroque, Instrumental, Cello, Composer: Louis-Gabriel Guillemain, Flute, Viola da Gamba, Violin


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