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  1. Dugar

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    Pièces de clavecin en Concerts, avec un violon ou une flute, et une viole ou un deuxieme violon. Composer Rameau, Jean-Philippe: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. No. RCT I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. None [force assignment] Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 5 'Concerts', 16 items total: Ier Concert, RCT 7 La Coulicam La Livri: Rondeau GracieuxComposer: Rameau, Jean-Philippe.
  2. Munris

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    Italian Baroque Flute Concertos CD: Product Details: Audio CD (October 4, ); Number of Discs: 1; Label: Sony. Go Unlimited Try now Concerto for Flute and Orchestra in F Major "Con Sordini": III. Allegro spiritoso. Listen Now $ /5(1).
  3. Kigahn

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    Find Jean-Philippe Rameau credit information on AllMusic. Rameau was one of the most versatile musicians of the French Baroque, celebrated as a composer, organist, violinist, conductor, teacher, and .
  4. Damuro

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    As the preeminent violin virtuoso of the day, he taught many leading violinist-composers of the 18th century. Other Italian composers took up the violin-concerto model; based in Venice, Antonio Vivaldi wrote some concertos for violin and orchestra, he again being a virtuoso violinist himself.
  5. Goltilrajas

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    Michel Blavet (), Flute Concerto in a, Paillard Chamber Orchestra, Jean-Francois Paillard, Jean Pierre Rampal – flute, Erato , FRENCH BAROQUE FLUTE CONCERTOS. Jean-Fery Rebel (), Suite from Ulysse, Les Delices, Debra Nagy, Sunday Baroque .
  6. Mausar

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    The Erato label flourished from the early s. It is defined both by its discerningly chosen repertoire and by the high quality of its artists — brilliant instrumentalists including Marie-Claire Alain (organ), Maurice André (trumpet), Lily Laskine (harp), Jean-Pierre Rampal (flute), Hélène Grimaud (piano) and outstanding and sympathetic conductors such as Jean-François Paillard.
  7. Metaxe

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    a baroque sonata with dance movements consisting of four movements, slow, fast, slow, fast solo sonata might be written either for a solo keyboard instrument or for a solo melody instrument in which case three musicans were actually needed, the violinist, and the two basso continuo performers.
  8. Kazijinn

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    Jean-Philippe Rameau (), Temple of Glory: Suite, Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Nicholas McGegan, Harmonia Mundi , quidwiddispinihungsofortwespasiteg.co TEMPLE DE LA quidwiddispinihungsofortwespasiteg.co George Frideric Handel (), Concerto Grosso #5 in D op.6, Handel and Haydn Society (on authentic instruments), Christopher Hogwood, Avie , HANDEL 6 CONCERTI GROSSI OP

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