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Rameau, Debussy, Chausson

MusicAeterna in Rameau: Les Fetes d'Hebe (excpt); Overture (Nais); La Poule. Plus Nelson Goerner (piano) in Debussy's 12 Preludes (Book 1) and Philippe Cassard (piano) in Chausson.

Ian Skelly introduces recordings made recently at some of Europe's leading international music festivals. In this first programme of his Sunday night series, tonight Ian presents Nelson Goerner playing Debussy in Montpellier and a disitnguished team of chamber musicians playing Chausson's seldom heard Piano Trio in Geneva.

Rameau Excerpt from 'Les Fêtes d'Hébé ou Les Talens liriques'
MusicAeterna Ensemble, Teodor Currentzis (director)

Debussy Twelve Preludes Bk. 1
Nelson Goerner (piano)

Chausson Piano Trio in G minor, op. 3
Philippe Cassard (piano), David Grimal (violin), Anne Gastinel (cello)

Rameau Overture to 'Naïs, opéra pour la Paix' (1749)
Rameau Le Poule, from 'Nouvelles Suites de pièces de clavecin'
Air pour les esclaves africaines, from Les Indes galantes

MusicAeterna Ensemble, Teodor Currentzis (director).

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Jean‐Philippe Rameau

    Musette Tambourin from 'Les Fetes d'Hebe'

    Ensemble: MusicAeterna. Director: Teodor Currentzis.
  • Claude Debussy

    Preludes Bk.1

    Performer: Nelson Goerner.
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  • Ernest Chausson

    Piano Trio in G minor Op.3

    Performer: Philippe Cassard. Performer: David Grimal. Performer: Anne Gastinel.
  • Jean‐Philippe Rameau

    Overture to Nais

    Ensemble: MusicAeterna. Director: Teodor Currentzis.
  • Jean‐Philippe Rameau

    La Poule, from Nouvelles Suites de pieces de clavecin

    Ensemble: MusicAeterna. Director: Teodor Currentzis.
  • Jean‐Philippe Rameau

    Air pour les esclaves africaines

    Ensemble: MusicAeterna. Director: Teodor Currentzis.

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