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Les Idées heureuses - Vivaldi, mist and light

Baroque Music

Through six concertos, Les Idées heureuses will introduce the audience to the sweet, warm sounds of such seldom heard Italian baroque instruments as the mandolino,
the baroque guitar, the viola d’amore, and the 5-string cello.

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Wednesday October 6, 2021 at 07:30 pm


Works by Antonio Vivaldi (1678 – 1741)
- Guitar Concerto in D major (RV 93)
- Concerto for viola d’amore, mandolin, strings, and continuo in D minor (RV 540)
- Concerto for organ in D major, transcribed by J.S. Bach, after Vivaldi’s Violin Concerto, Opus
3, No. 9 (BWV 972)
- Concerto for 5-string cello in G major (RV 414)
- Trio for violin, lute, and continuo in G minor (RV 85)
- Mandolin concerto in C Major (RV 425)


Pascal Valois: baroque guitar
Esteban La Rotta: mandolin, lute, and theorbo

Elinor Frey: 5-string cello
Olivier Brault: viola d’amore and violin
Tanya Laperrière: violin

Jacques-André Houle: viola and violin
Francis Palma-Pelletier: violone
Ventura: harpsichord
Geneviève Soly: organ, musical direction.

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