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Leclair: Sonates en trio, Op. 4 Import

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1. Son I in d: Adagio
2. Son I in d: Allegro Ma Non Tropo
3. Son I in d: Largo
4. Son I in d: Allegro
5. Son II in B flat: Adagio
6. Son II in B flat: Allegro Ma Non Tropo
7. Son II in B flat: Cantabile.Largo
8. Son II in B flat: Allegro
9. Son III in d: Adagio
10. Son III in d: Allegro
11. Son III in d: Aria.Allegro Ma Poco
12. Son III in d: Largo.Sarabande
13. Son III in d: Allegro
14. Son IV in F: Largo
15. Son IV in F: Allegro Ma Non Tropo
16. Son IV in F: Aria.Andante Ma Non Tropo
17. Son IV in F: Presto
18. Son V in g: Andante
19. Son V in g: Allegro Ma Non Tropo
20. Son V in g: Aria.Gratioso
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  • Performer: London Baroque, Charles Medlam, Irmgard Schaller, Richard Gwilt, Terence Charlston
  • Composer: Jean-Marie Leclair
  • Audio CD (September 9, 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Harmonia Mundi France
  • ASIN: B0000007BH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #481,434 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Peter P. Fuchs on December 6, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I think you could count one two hands, maybe even one, the number of groups aiming at authentic performances -- whatever in the world that could mean philosophically!! -- that actually produce music whose primary characteristic is beauty. The didactic quality of so many "authentic" performances just about rules out loveliness as a lodestar, and takes on instead rubrics both cloying and annoying. That you can actually hear these pretensions in so many of the the "authentic" performances is a pretty awful thing, to my mind and ears. But thankfully, some at least avoid it, while somehow keeping to the rather quixotic historical- performance ambition. I am not sure how, and such should be left to performers to sort out. That most have not is evident from the fact that many do not sound as fine as this disc. These work of Leclair's are surely not great music, but in these performances they take on an intensity of grace and disarming placidness which is remarkable for not be at all dull. It is music that soothes and delights, and conveys the profound musicality of the London Baroque. I am always surprised how much I enjoy it.
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Eric Schultz on March 29, 2005
Format: Audio CD
If you like the Baroque period, this CD will fit nicely into your collection. Leclair (called the "French Corelli") wasn't as prolific as some of his more famous contemporaries, but the music he produced was popular while he was still alive. The London Baroque (2 violins, cello, and clavichord) does a very good job of catching both the French and Italian aspects of this blended set of sonatas. This is a CD that you can put on as background music that won't bore you. That being said, I think anything you can put on as background music isn't worthy of five full stars - the greatest music compels you to listen to it.
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