Harmonia Podcast #111: Leclair, Rebel, and Touchemoulin

3

March
2010

Thank goodness all of the recordings this week fall within the 18th Century. I would have, otherwise, had some trouble finding a straightforward title for the podcast (a mix of baroque and classical music). Nonetheless, I enjoyed them all.

  • Jean-Marie Leclair – Violin Sonatas – Tina Chancey, pardessus de viole
  • François Rebel and François Francoeur – “Zelindor” – Opera Lafayette
  • Joseph Touchemoulin – Concertos and Symphonies – Les Inventions

Have a listen:

#111 — “Music of 18th-Century France: Leclair, Rebel, and Touchemoulin”

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