ENSEMBLE MIRABILIA — L’Eterno Ritorno
February 17, 2024 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm PST
Brilliant Canadian soprano, Myriam Leblanc is featured in a program devoted to that most captivating and tuneful Baroque musical form: the chaconne.
Built on ostinato basses, grounds, chaconnes and passacaglia have inspired most composers since the 16th century and have allowed the generation of hundreds of arias and instrumental pieces.
The improvised character of this dance allows within the same piece to cross all the times, all kinds of characters and various weather conditions. One of the peculiarities of this genre is its decidedly sensual aspect, with its roots in popular tradition, the repeated bass causing a certain trance.
Claudio Monteverdi, Quel sgardo sdegnosetto , ciaccona.
Giovanni Legrenzi, Lumi potete piangere (La divisione del mondo).
Benedetto Marcello, Che Inviolabile.
Antonio Vivaldi, Piango, Gemo.
Anonyme, Tarentelle, La Carpinese.
Antonio Caldara, Chiacona en Sib Majeur pour 2 dessus et b.c.
Antonio Cesti, Addio Corindo.
G. Jeay, Chaconne. (fl, vl, b.c.).
Tarquinio Merula, su la cetra amorosa, aria a voce sola in ciacona.
Barbara Strozzi, Eraclito amoroso. Benedetto Ferrari: Voglio di vita uscir.
Luigi Rossi: Mio ben, teco il tormento più.
Giovanni Felice Sances, Misera hor si ch’il pianto.
Léo Ferré, Col Tempo (Avec le temps).
Myriam Leblanc, soprano
Grégoire Jeay, flutes, percussions
Chloe Meyers, baroque violin
Antoine Malette-Chénier, baroque harp
Mélisande Corriveau, baroque cello
Alexander Weimann, positive organ, harpsichord
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