David Bergmüller lute, theorbo


Prelude David Bergmüller
Carrillon, gigue Ennemond Gaultier
L’Immortelle, courante Ennemond Gaultier
La Superbe, courante François Dufaut
Sarabande de Mesangeau René Mesangeau
La Poste Ennemond Gaultier
Tombeau de Lanclos, allemande Ennemond Gaultier
La belle homicide, courante Ennemond Gaultier
Double de La belle homicide Charles Mouton
La Psyché Jacques Gallot
Suite in a Robert de Visée
Chaconne in G Robert de Visée

Treat your ears to the lovely sounds that seduced Louis XIV and his court during the “Grand Siècle” in the elegant setting of the Palace of the Academies’ Throne Room. Jean-Etienne Vaudry, aka Saizenay, was a French MP in Besançon in the early eighteenth century. A passionate luth and theorbe player, he compiled two important anthologies with works by some of the leading French Baroque composers for these instruments, including those of his celebrated teacher, Robert de Visée. Austrian musician David Bergmüller has put together a programme of excerpts from famous suites and character pieces, as well as some lesser-known gems. This is a unique opportunity to attend a Belgian performance from this acclaimed young artist, who is increasingly invited to perform with famous ensembles.

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