Chaconne by Marin Marais

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Chaconne by Marin Marais

From the first suite of trios (Paris, 1692)

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Credits

Recorded at Studio Piccolo
On September 22, 2020
Sound and mixing: Pierre Messier
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Artistic director’s note

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Les Boréades de Montréal

Early music ensemble on period instruments

Founded by Francis Colpron in 1991, Les Boréades focuses on early music. The ensemble has chosen an interpretative approach in keeping with the spirit of the Baroque era, by adhering to the rules of performance practice of the past and playing on period instruments. Critics and audiences alike in Canada and abroad have been unanimous in hailing the group’s energy and spontaneity as well as its theatrical, expressive and elegant playing, indicative of a unique flair for Baroque aesthetics.[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text]

Francis Colpron, recorder
Olivier Brault, violin
Mélisande Corriveau, viola da gamba
Jean-Willy Kunz, harpsichord

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