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Jean Rondeau records 'Vertigo' for harpsichord (Royer)

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Published on Dec 16, 2015

'Vertigo': album out February 2016.
More information: smarturl.it/rondeau-vertigo
Amazon: http://smarturl.it/vertigo-amazon
France’s leading young harpsichordist performs works by two masters of the French Baroque. No surprises there, perhaps … but the harpsichordist in question is Jean Rondeau and the album is called Vertigo. It conceives the harpsichord in vividly theatrical terms. Vertigo takes its name from a dramatic, rhapsodic piece by Joseph-Nicolas-Pancrace Royer, who, along with Jean-Philippe Rameau, forms the focus of this album (recorded in the sumptuous Château d'Assas on its magnificent harpsichord).

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