Jean-Luc Ho harpsichord


Tutte venite armati Anonymous
Prelude, Z.666 Henry Purcell
Dance for Chinese Man and Woman (chaconne) Henry Purcell
Suite VII, Z.668 Henry Purcell
Round O, Z.T684 Henry Purcell
Ground, Z.D222 Henry Purcell
Voluntary for double organ, Z.719 Henry Purcell
Volontary III, in a Maurice Green
Pavane, Z.749 Henry Purcell
Sonata V, Z.794 Henry Purcell
A Verse Anonymous
Suite II, Z.662 Henry Purcell
Chaconne, Z.T680 Henry Purcell

All credit to the young French harpsichord player and organist Jean-Luc Ho, who studied under big names such as Olivier Baumont, Blandine Rannou and Blandine Verlet. With his smooth, precise and subtle playing he is without doubt one of the finest examples of a brilliant young generation of French harpsichord players. For BOZAR he has put together a complete Purcell recital. As head composer of Charles II, and later of James II and William III, Henry Purcell spent the majority of his time bringing the musical heritage of the Renaissance and early Baroque, and musical influences from (primarily) France and Italy together in a unique, unmistakably English style.