Couperin wanted to hear his music performed with taste, and filled his scores What on earth does Le Tic-Toc-Choc ou les Maillotins mean?. Certaines informations figurant dans cet article ou cette section devraient être mieux reliées Allemande La Verneüil ; La Verneüilléte ; Sœur Monique ; Le turbulent ; L’atendrissante ; Le tic-toc-choc, ou Les maillotins ; Le gaillard-boiteux. Couperin – Tic Toc Choc & other pieces. Harmonia Mundi: HMC Buy CD or download online. Alexandre Tharaud (piano), with Pablo Pico (tambour).
|Published (Last):||7 April 2009|
|PDF File Size:||14.58 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||8.22 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Fulfillment by Amazon FBA is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon’s fulfillment centers, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for these products.
Something we hope you’ll especially enjoy: If you’re a seller, Fulfillment by Amazon can help you increase your sales. We invite you to learn more about Fulfillment by Amazon. Couperin arranged such short pieces into Ordres, or suites and Tharaud has fashioned his own suite made up of those most amenable to the modern piano.
These gems are played with fleet-fingered accuracy and imagination. The popular Musette de Taverni gains from overdubbing, and the addition of the tambour to Bruit de Guerre is a delightful touch.
A wholly successful recital, yielding over an hour of pure enchantment. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest. Your Chod Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace.
Only 6 left in stock more on the way. Ships from and sold by Amazon. Alexandre Tharaud Joue Co Turn on 1-Click ordering for this browser. Have one to sell? Image Unavailable Image not available for Color: Alexandre Tharaud Joue Couperin: Alexandre Couperin Performer Format: Tic Toc Choc “Please retry”.
MP3 Music, November 6, “Please retry”. Does not apply to gift orders.
Troisième livre de pièces de clavecin de Couperin — Wikipédia
Complete your purchase to save the MP3 version to your music library. Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. Some of these items ship sooner than the others. Buy the selected items together This item: Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.
Alexandre Tharaud plays Rameau. Alexandre Tharaud Joue Bach. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Sample this album Artist – Artist Sample. La Couperin 21e ordre. La Couperin 21e ordre by Alexandre Tharaud.
Les Calotines 19e ordre. Les Calotines 19e ordre by Alexandre Tharaud. Les Ombres Errantes 25e ordre. Les Ombres Errantes 25e ordre by Alexandre Tharaud. Les Tricoteuses 23e ordre. Les Tricoteuses 23e ordre by Alexandre Tharaud. Les Rozeaux 13e ordre. Les Rozeaux 13e ordre by Alexandre Tharaud. L’Atalante 12e ordre by Alexandre Tharaud.
Passacaille 8e ordre by Alexandre Tharaud. La Muse Plantine 19e ordre. La Muse Plantine 19e ordre by Alexandre Tharaud. Les Tours de passe-passe 22e ordre.
Write a customer review.
Coupedin reviews that mention tharaud harpsichord piano pieces modern disc pianist played hear selection. Showing of 11 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Audio CD Verified Purchase. The pianist’s technique is marvelous to listen to. The sound is warm and the pieces delightful; these couperiin my introduction to Couperin. Very entertaining and rich selection of warm baroque coupern, highly recommended.
This disc made me want to hear much more of Couperin. I like the sound of the piano for these works. Tharaud is very good and has a warm touch. One person found this helpful. I bought the CD because of the At 3 min you will hear 20 seconds of some of the most beautiful music ever. It’s all worth fouperin. All of the Couperin pieces are lovely and some are also, like Duphly’s enchanting and very pleasurable listening. MP3 Music Verified Purchase.
What a beautiful surprise. A pianist friend suggested this to me, and it’s been in heavy rotation ever since. For the uninitiated it’s a terrific intro to Couperin, who often sounds as modern as Glass and Richter despite having died in For fans it’s a masterful interpretation. In couperib period keyborad music, Couperin’s music was not respectable comparied with Bach, and Scarlatti.
I think maybe his music was often played by unpopular earily instrument, the harpsichord comapried with pianoso Couperin had been ignored in a few days. I recommand this because if we thought Horowite dig out Scarlatti’s value by piano, Tharaud also did it for Couperin, even it’s originally played by harpsichord.
Couperin’s keyborad music had big influence on Bach, Chopin and Ravel, so that it isn’t starange to find Tharaud’s attempt to show full pictures of keyborad music history by his released CDs, ex Ravel, Bach and Chopin.
If you owned others, you shouldn’t miss this one; if you never listenned Couperin, I recommand you to get it to find another beauty, different with Bach and Handel’s, a french style.
While Bach and Coiperin have always been accepted territory for pianists, I wonder why this hasn’t been the case with Haendel, Rameau and Couperin. There have been a few exceptions, of course – in Haendel NOT Gould, as he recorded it for once on a heavy, thumping harpsichord Handel: Scarlattiand Cziffra Rendez-vous de Senlis.
Robert Casadesus also did a little Rameau in Robert Casadesus: But these were precisely that: One answer, of course, would couperjn that these composers’ tlc music is inferior in quality to Bach’s and Scarlatti’s. I do not couuperin that at all.
Alexandre Couperin – Alexandre Tharaud Joue Couperin: Tic, Toc, Choc – Music
Is it “inferior” or “equal” to Bach is a consideration that I find entirely spurious: So for Haendel my suggestion would be that the relative neglect of his keyboard works results from the fact that they wern’t as central to his oeuvre as they were to Bach’s.
Is it then that the specific way these composers have written for the harpsichord doesn’t lend itself as well as Bach or Scarlatti to the single manual piano? In the interview contained in the liner notes, Tharaud does mention that tocc chosen to play not complete suites “Ordres” is what Couperin calls them but to concentrate on the most “pianistic ” individual movements therefrom – implying that some wouldn’t sound so good on the modern instrument.
Still I find the idea very dubious. Bach’s Goldbergs for instance are noted for the problems they pose to pianists who do not have at their disposal the harpsichord’s two keyboards, and there are hand-crossings in Scarlatti I think that tid be much the same. And every pianist is free to do with Couperin like every pianist who recorded it: