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COME SORROW

 

 

 

Come Sorrow is the title of our program but also one of the most beautiful vocal piece composed by Robert Jones: a mysterious and almost unknown lutenist and English composer from the end of the XVIth century. In England, during the Elizabethan era, lute and viola da gamba were designated to accompany the voice. In 1601, Robert Jones (1577 - 1617) published another collection, which is an important testimony to the use of the viola da gamba in the vocal repertoire. This one is composed of Songs which can be interpreted by a voice and a lute, or by two voices, a lute and a lyra viol part. These unknown pieces are incredibly rich. They are faithful to the Elizabethan style and remind us of Songs composed by John Dowland, as the famous Flow my tears which will end our program.

PERFORMERS - CONCERTS

ANAÏS BERTRAND - MEZZO SOPRANO

NICOLAS BROOYMANS - BASS

THIBAUT ROUSSEL - RENAISSANCE LUTE

ROBIN PHARO - VIOLA DA GAMBA & DIRECTION

21/01/18 Saturzik et +, Saint-Saturnin-sur-Loire, France

22/01/18 Philippe Maillard Production, Théâtre Grévin, Paris, France

28/01/18 Saison Muscial Musique à Saint-Pierre, Saint-Chamond, France

30/06/18 Midsummer fesitvla, Théâtre élisabéthain du Château d'Hardelot, France

27/02/19 Opéra de Lille, France

02/03/19 Rencontres Musicales de Bel-Air, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Chambéry, France

21/03/19 Rencontres Internationales de Musique en Trégor, Journée Européenne de la Musique Ancienne, Lannion, France

01/04/19 Théâtre de l'Athénée, Paris, France

11/08/19 Festival baroque de Tarentaise, France

08/02/20 Concerts de la Chandeleur, Suisse

14/02/20 Vieux-Moulin, France

18/09/20 Le Chainon Manquant, France

20/09/20 Septembre Musical de l'Orne, France

11/07/21 Musicales de Saint-Germain, France

13/08/21 Musicales de Normandie, France

06/03/22 Château de Lunévielle, France

18/03/22 Le Pradet, France

19/03/22 Digne-les-bains, France

01/06/22 Usine à Gaz, Suisse

02/06/22 Seyssins, France

26/06/22 Festival de Saint-Louis-en-l'Île, France

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