Bach & Abel: Solo Lucile Boulanger

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Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2021

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
21.01.2022

Label: Alpha Classics

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Chamber Music

Interpret: Lucile Boulanger

Komponist: Carl Friedrich Abel (1723-1787), Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

Das Album enthält Albumcover Booklet (PDF)

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  • Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750): Prelude and Fugue in C Major, BWV 846:
  • 1Bach: Prelude and Fugue in C Major, BWV 846: Prelude (Transcription for Bass Viol by Lucile Boulanger)01:45
  • Cello Suite No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012:
  • 2Bach: Cello Suite No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: Allemande (Transcription for Bass Viol by Lucile Boulanger)08:38
  • 3Bach: Cello Suite No. 3 in C Major, BWV 1009: Courante (Transcription for Bass Viol by Lucile Boulanger)04:00
  • 4Bach: Cello Suite No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: Sarabande (Transcription for Bass Viol by Lucile Boulanger)05:23
  • 5Bach: Cello Suite No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: Gavottes (Transcription for Bass Viol by Lucile Boulanger)04:05
  • Gigue (After Abel's Allegro in A Major, WK 212) (Transcription for Bass Viol by Lucile Boulanger):
  • 6Bach: Gigue (After Abel's Allegro in A Major, WK 212) (Transcription for Bass Viol by Lucile Boulanger)02:09
  • Carl Friedrich Abel (1723 - 1787): Adagio in D Minor, WK 209:
  • 7Abel: Adagio in D Minor, WK 20904:19
  • 8Abel: [Andante] in D Minor, WK 20602:06
  • 9Abel: Allegro in D Minor, WK 20705:26
  • Johann Sebastian Bach: Prelude in C Minor for Lute, BWV 999 (Transcription for Bass Viol by Lucile Boulanger):
  • 10Bach: Prelude in C Minor for Lute, BWV 999 (Transcription for Bass Viol by Lucile Boulanger)01:49
  • Bourée Angloise for the Flute, BWV 1013 (Transcription for Bass Viol by Lucile Boulanger):
  • 11Bach: Bourée Angloise for the Flute, BWV 1013 (Transcription for Bass Viol by Lucile Boulanger)03:13
  • Carl Friedrich Abel:
  • 12Abel: [Arpeggio] in D Minor, WK 20502:34
  • [Arpeggio] in D Minor, WK 205
  • 13Abel: [Moderato] in D Minor, WK 20805:47
  • Allegro in D Major, WK 186:
  • 14Abel: Allegro in D Major, WK 18603:28
  • Fugue in D Major, WK 196:
  • 15Abel: Fugue in D Major, WK 19602:32
  • [Adagio] in D Major, WK 187:
  • 16Abel: [Adagio] in D Major, WK 18703:58
  • Minuet in D Major, WK 200:
  • 17Abel: Minuet in D Major, WK 20003:02
  • Vivace in D Major, WK 190:
  • 18Abel: Vivace in D Major, WK 19003:59
  • Johann Sebastian Bach: Grave for the Keyboard or Violin, BWV 964/1003 (Transcription for Bass Viol by Lucile Boulanger):
  • 19Bach: Grave for the Keyboard or Violin, BWV 964/1003 (Transcription for Bass Viol by Lucile Boulanger)05:22
  • Fuga for the Lute or Violin, BWV 1000/1001 (Transcription for Bass Viol by Lucile Boulanger):
  • 20Bach: Fuga for the Lute or Violin, BWV 1000/1001 (Transcription for Bass Viol by Lucile Boulanger)06:41
  • Siciliana for the Violin, BWV 1001 (Transcription for Bass Viol by Lucile Boulanger):
  • 21Bach: Siciliana for the Violin, BWV 1001 (Transcription for Bass Viol by Lucile Boulanger)03:27
  • Allegro for the Violin, BWV 1003 (Transcription for Bass Viol by Lucile Boulanger):
  • 22Bach: Allegro for the Violin, BWV 1003 (Transcription for Bass Viol by Lucile Boulanger)06:52
  • Total Runtime01:30:35

Info zu Bach & Abel: Solo

Das erste Solo-Rezital der französischen Gambistin Lucile Boulanger, deren ebenso präzises wie emotionales Spiel allenthalben gelobt wird - das BBC Music Magazine beschrieb sie als „die Jacqueline du Pré der Viola da Gamba" - zieht eine Parallele zwischen Bach und Carl Friedrich Abel. Abel war ein großer Meister auf der Viola da Gamba und ein enger Vertrauter der Familie Bach. Obwohl Bach nie für Viola da Gamba solo schrieb, wissen wir, dass er viele seiner Werke für mehrere Instrumente transkribierte. Lucile Boulanger entschied sich hier für die Transkription von drei Tänzen aus seiner Sechsten Suite, "die besonders gut auf der Gambe klingt, da sie für fünfsaitiges Cello geschrieben ist (ein Schritt in Richtung der sechs oder sieben Saiten der Gambe?). Sie steht in D, der Gamben-Tonart schlechthin, und der schon etwas galante Stil ähnelt dem von Abel. (...) Mit diesem Album kann ich die Gambe durch den Strich des Bogens und den fragilen Klang als melodisches Instrument ebenso in Szene setzen wie als polyphones.

Lucile Boulanger, Viola da gamba




Lucile Boulanger
began learning the viola da gamba with Christine Plubeau at the age of 5 years, with whom she continued to study until her admission to the Conservatory of Paris in the class of Ariane Maurette. She received her diploma in 2004 and joined the class of Jerome Hantai at the CNR in Cergy where she received first prizes with highest honours both as a soloist and in chamber music. She then joined the class of Christophe Coin at the CNSMD Paris where she obtained her Diploma in 2009. She has participated in master classes with Wieland Kuijken, Anne-Marie Lasla and Philippe Pierlot.

As a chamber musician she works with many ensembles of her generation, but she is also invited by established ensemble such as the Folies Françoises (Patrick Cohën-Akenine), Le Poème Harmonique (Vincent Dumestre), The Cyclops (Thierry Maeder / BibianeLapointe), Chapel Rhine (Benoît Haller), Ensemble Pierre Robert (Frederick Desenclos), Capriccio Stravagante (Skip Sempe), Il Gardellino (Jan De Winne / Marcel Ponseele) and Collegium marianum (Jana Semeradova). She performs regularly as a recitalist, where she enjoys particularly interpreting the sonatas of JS Bach.

In June 2009 she won the first prize in the International viola da gamba competition Bach-Abel (chaired by Wieland Kuijken), also receiving prizes for the best interpretations of Bach and Abel. In the same year she won the European contest organized by the Società Umanitaria in Milan which each year rewards three young musicians from all disciplines.



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