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Rameau: Cintegabelle, UGAB, Vol. 1 (L'univers de l'orgue - The World of Organ)

Rameau: Cintegabelle, UGAB, Vol. 1 (L'univers de l'orgue - The World of Organ)

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2014

Recorded in 24 Bit / 88.2Khz
album available as a Studio Master

Artists:

Yves Rechsteiner

Performer

Henri-Charles Caget

Performer

Vincent Bernhardt

Performer

Record Label
Alpha

Genre:

Baroque




Total Time - 77:23
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Rameau: Cintegabelle, UGAB, Vol. 1 (L'univers de l'orgue - The World of Organ)

     
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JEAN-PHILIPPE RAMEAU

     
1 

Les Indes galantes, Prologue: Ouverture

5:10
     
2 

Platée, Acte III, Scène 6: Musette en quatuor

2:16
 Vincent Bernhardt Performer
     
3 

Zoroastre, Acte II: Menuet en trio - Second menuet en duo

2:25
     
4 

Platée, Acte I, Scène 6: Tambourin

1:43
     
5 

Platée, Acte III, Scène 8: Choeur en rondeau

3:11
     
6 

Zoroastre, Acte I: Air dans le goût de la romance

3:04
     
7 

Hippolyte et Aricie, Acte III: Tambourins

2:30
     
8 

Les Indes galantes, Quatrième entrée: Danse des sauvages, dans le goût du concerto

4:12
 Vincent Bernhardt Performer
     
9 

Les Boréades, Acte IV, Scène 4: Entrée

2:40
     
10 

Platée, Acte II, Scène 5: Menuet dans le goût de la vièle

3:06
     
11 

Les Indes galantes, Troisième entrée: Air vif pour Zéphir et les fleurs

3:30
     
12 

Les Indes galantes, Troisième entrée: Tendre Amour, choeur de voix humaines

2:40
     
13 

Dardanus, Acte III, Scène 3: Rigaudon

6:38
     
14 

Dardanus, Acte III, Scène 1: Prélude

2:21
     
15 

Hippolyte et Aricie, Acte III, Scène 1: Fuguette

1:16
     
16 

Hippolyte et Aricie, Acte I, Scène 4: Tempête

1:30
     
17 

Castor et Pollux, Acte I, Scène 3: Air "Tristes apprêts"

5:50
 Vincent Bernhardt Performer
     
18 

Zoroastre, Acte I: Sarabande en trio

4:00
     
19 

Dardanus, Prologue: Air tendre sur les flûtes

4:04
     
20 

Les Fêtes d'Hébé, Troisième Entrée, Scène 7: Tambourin en rondeau – Duo

2:15
     
21 

Les Indes galantes, Troisième entrée: Gavottes

1:17
     
22 

Les Indes galantes, Deuxième entrée: Tierce en taille - Air en récit - Trio - Duo

5:26
     
23 

Les Indes galantes, Quatrième entrée: Chaconne

6:19
     
 Yves Rechsteiner Performer
 Henri-Charles Caget Performer


The organ is not only a musical instrument; it’s also a fascinating machine, whose complexity has increased along the centuries. This new collection aims to discover them, to get closely acquainted with them. But a great part of the magic, proper to the organ, refers to the context that surrounds the instrument. It’s quite normal, when entering into a church, to look up and see if an instrument is installed in the building. An organ is not only about producing sounds, it occupies a place in space and in the architecture. In order to reflect the power of this spatiality, we have decided to use, on top of the standard stereo, a multi-channel sound in 5.0, for the music lovers who are equipped with SACD technology. The new collection will of course have the "Alpha touch": fine presentation, book-like, accurate and complete texts, numerous quality pictures. By introducing instruments chosen in the entire world for their exceptional features, we wish to create a close relationship with the public so as to make the personality of each instrument more reachable. The first reference of the collection (Alpha 650) will be devoted to the organ of Cintegabelle (France), a magnificent instrument build in the early 1740’s, whose sound colours emphasizes an original programme of transcriptions compiled from Jean-Philippe Rameau’s operas, interpreted by Yves Rechsteiner.

Why the name of Ugab? Because the organ’s original ancestor appears (presumably) under that name in the Old Testament, back in the mists of time...

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