Here’s a new and quite different album from Jean Rondeau. Recorded on a Philippe Humeau 2007 harpsichord, and a polygonal virginal (arpicordo) attributed to Francesco Poggi, c. 1575, this is a very special album indeed. The instruments’ voices alone are enough to stop you in your tracks. But Jean’s performance of the works featured in the album – by G. Frescobaldi, J. Sweelinck, B. Storace, O. Gibbons and J. Bull and more – most certainly will. One of Jean Rondeau’s most engaging albums to date.
https://capricciobaroque.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/FixedJeanR-Melancholy-Grace.jpg 900 1500 Carolyn Winter https://capricciobaroque.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/CapriccioLogoHomePage-300x140.png Carolyn Winter2021-06-03 03:58:002021-06-13 16:11:15Jean Rondeau releases “Melancholy Grace”