This groupmuse happened on Friday, June 12, at 7:00 PM PDT.

Fri, June 12, 2020, 7:00 PM PDT

Orange County

This is a virtual groupmuse

An interactive chamber concert sandwiched between a community videochat and a Q&A with the artists.

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Starts at 7:00 PM PDT on Friday, June 12.


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Marin Marais is the most beloved composer by players of the viola da gamba. He lived and worked for Louis XIV at the height of the French baroque era, and his music exemplifies the grace and delicacy of French music, as defined by his friend and colleague Jean Baptiste Lully. His five books of Pieces de Viole contain hundreds of dances, fantasies and character pieces, organized into suites by key. The techniques, decorations and musical idioms contained in these pieces were passed along by Marais to his students, several of whom became renowned viol players and composers themselves. These students include Charles Dollé, Jacques Morel, Louis de Caix-d’Hervelois, and of course his son Roland Marais.

We will perform for you music by Marais and his students, as well as the violinist Antoine Dauvergne, whose compositional styles reflect the evolving musical tastes of France under Louis XV.

Prepare to be transported to the court of Versailles, to dance and be moved by the gentle, refined and elegant music of the French baroque!

Program:

Marais’ Suite d’un Gout Etranger, or Suite in a Foreign Taste
his son Roland Marais’ Suite in C, amiable and friendly
his student Dollé’s Tombeau de Marais le Père, a memorial for the great teacher after his death,
and contemporary Dauvergne’s Opus 2 Sonata #1, a fun violin sonata from the tail end of the Baroque era.


baroque violin and 7-string bass viol

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baroque violin and 7-string bass viol

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Marais’ Suite d’un Gout Etranger, or Suite in a Foreign Taste
his son Roland Marais’ Suite in C, amiable and friendly
his student Dollé’s Tombeau de Marais le Père, a memorial for the great teacher after his death,
and contemporary Dauvergne’s Opus 2 Sonata #1, a fun violin sonata from the tail end of the Baroque era.


Attendees

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Elizabeth Bouve

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Sharon Bolles

Center

Sylvia V

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Angela Jihee Kim

Center

Bruce Teter

Center

Leni Siegel

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Marc Gerstein

Center

Denys Carrillo

Center

Rachel Dunsmoor

Center

Sheri Richardson

Center

PHILIP FRIEDEL

Center

Karin Pally

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Margo schab

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Jong Kim


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