FRANÇOIS COUPERIN (1668-1733)
Premier Ordre “La Française” de The Nations (1726) 8'
sonata Corelli's Apotheosis (1724) 15'
ÉLISABETH JACQUET DE LA GUERRE (1665-1729)
Sonata IVa en sol m 10′
Sonata III en Re 10′
JEAN-BAPTISTE QUENTIN (1690-1742)
Sonata IV à quatre parts, oeuvre VIII (1737) 10'
The young, promising and excellent ensemble Nevermind is an ensemble dedicated above all to the exploration of all corners of chamber music written in the French Baroque, a fresh, vital music full of light and richness, of airs of dance and sumptuous ornaments, but where also, at times, a tender, sweet and lyrical melancholy flies over.
It will offer us, among others, such famous pieces as the monumental and splendid trio sonata L'Apothéose by Corelli , by one of the most important composers of this repertoire, the Parisian organist and harpsichordist François Couperin. In addition, they will perform trio and four-part sonatas by Élisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, famous composer and virtuoso on the harpsichord, and by Jean-Baptiste Quentin, also a composer and virtuoso, but on the violin.
Anna Besson, flute
Louis Create it, violin
Robin Pharo, viola de gamba
Jean Rondeau, harpsichord