Louis Couperin, Ruggero Gerlin - Complete Works For Hapischord FLAC album
Genre: Classical music
Title: Complete Works For Hapischord
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Category:Gerlin, Ruggero. if first published after 1923. 5 January 1899 - 17 January 1983).
The Italian harpsichordist, Ruggero Gerlin, obtained the master diploma in piano performance from the Milan Conservatory. In 1920 he began to study harpsichord with Wanda Landowska in Paris. He continued to work with her until 1940, often as her concert partner in music for two keyboard instruments. After returning to Italy in 1941, Ruggero Gerlin became professor of harpsichord at the San Pietro a Majella Conservatory in Naples. Ruggero Gerlin: Short Biography Recordings of Instrumental & Vocal Works.
Louis Couperin (French: ; c. 1626 – 29 August 1661) was a French Baroque composer and performer. He was born in Chaumes-en-Brie and moved to Paris in 1650–1651 with the help of Jacques Champion de Chambonnières. Couperin worked as organist of the Church of St. Gervais in Paris and as musician at the court
Couperin: Complete Works. has been added to your Cart. A favourite musician of King Louis XIV, François Couperin produced a vast canon of works for harpsichord. His four Livres de clavecin contain some 220 exquisitely crafted pieces, which, in Olivier Baumont’s words are often more enigmatic than one might think, but at the same time sometimes simpler than they appear.
Composed By – Louis Couperin Harpsichord – Ruggero Gerlin.
Ruggero Gerlin (5 January 1899 – 17 June 1983) was an Italian harpsichordist. Born in Venice, Gerlin studied the piano at the Milan Conservatory then moved to Paris in 1920 to study harpsichord with Wanda Landowska. Virginals Musical keyboard Plectrum Baroque music Historically informed performance. He performed in many concerts and for many harpsichord recordings, including the complete works of François Couperin, Louis Couperin and Jean-Philippe Rameau. Camille Pleyel Salle Pleyel Frédéric Chopin Ignaz Pleyel Igor Stravinsky. CouperinCouperin, FrançoisFrancois Couperin.
Only Ruggero Gerlin on L'Oiseau-Lyre had previously recorded all 27 of the ordres on a 16-foot Pleyel during the early 1950s. Baumont's interpretations stand up well alongside these. There is plenty of detail in his playing and he has a strong rhythmic sense.
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- Composed By – Louis Couperin
- Harpsichord – Ruggero Gerlin