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The Louvre and its music
Les Arts Florissants / William Christie / Ensemble Correspondances / Sebastien Dauce
Harmonia Mundi
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March 18, 2022

A royal palace of French kings for centuries, the Musée du Louvre of our day is a temple of fine art. And music holds its own place here, since music-making has always been abundant within its walls. The musical selections on this double album tell the illustrious story of the palace as it was transformed from the seat of power into a magnificent repository for the fruits of human creativity. At every turn, music played a vital role, amply mirroring the prestigious setting in which it was heard. Includes: A richly illustrated booklet with a colour-coded construction plan and detailed chronology.

  1. 1 Symphonies pour les Soupers du Roy La Chapelle Royale / Philippe Herreweghe 9:35
  2. 2 Mass for the Nativity of the Virgin: I. Conduit monodique "Beata viscera Marie Virginis" Ensemble Organum / Marcel Peres 9:20
  3. 3 Ma viele Andrew Lawrence-King / The Harp Consort 3:33
  4. 4 Nes qu'on porroit The Orlando Consort 7:16
  5. 5 Voulez ouyr les cris de Paris Ensemble Clement Janequin / Dominique Visse 5:51
  6. 6 Qu'est devenu ce bel oeil Ensemble Clement Janequin / Dominique Visse 2:13
  7. 7 Airs de Cour a 4 & 5 parties, Livre III: Aux plaisirs, aux delices bergeres William Christie / Les Arts Florissants 2:58
  8. 8 Mellange de chansons tant des vieux autheurs que des modernes, a 5, 6, 7 & 8 parties: Suzanne un jour William Christie / Les Arts Florissants 3:38
  9. 9 Le Louvre Andrew Lawrence-King 2:35
  10. 10 Le Bourgeois gentilhomme, LWV 43, Act IV Scene 3: Marche pour la ceremonie des Turcs London Oboe Band / Paul Goodwin / Marie-Ange Petit 1:23
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