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Instrumento antiguo (restauración)

Laure Vovard

Vater (Nuremberg)

Laure Vovard

Johann Kaspar Ferdinand Fischer
Musicalischer Parnassus
Muse Melpomène, Chaconne


Clavicordio De estilo Renaissance
(Leipzig)

Thomas Yvrard
Diego Ortiz, La primera  Recercada
Luis de Narvaez, Fantasía




Muselaar

Gracias a Mathieu Boutineau



Clavicémbalo con dos teclados - Inspirado de Bellot padre - siglo XVIII

Clavicémbalo : Magali Rougeron
Toccata con RE  m de Froberger



Muselaar flamenco (1/2)

Brice Sailly plays on the Flemish Muselaar (mother and child) – 100th instrument from David Boinnard’s workshop – Recorded in Dugny (Meuse, France) – June 10th 2012 by Kamel Maad (edition : Maëlenn Ripe – M3 production)




Muselaar flamenco - 2/2

Brice Sailly plays on the Flemish Muselaar (mother and child) – 100th instrument from David Boinnard’s workshop – Recorded in Dugny (Meuse, France) – June 10th 2012 by Kamel Maad (edition : Maëlenn Ripe – M3 production)
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French Harpsichord with double keyboards (from Hemsch, 18th century)
Arte Intime - Ce que disent les fleurs

Cultural center Arcature – Dugny sur Meuse, (Meuse, France) June, 10th 2012  - Claire Marchal : flute ; Brice Sailly : harpsichord ; Violaine Hardy : voice over ; Benoît Colardelle : lights. Kamel Maad (edition: Maëlenn Ripe – M3 production)

http://www.arteintime.com/


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French Harpsichord with double keyboards (from Hemsch, 18th century)

Adriano Spampanato plays Scarlatti - Sonata K209 A major - June, 21st 2009 - Conseil regional de Metz - Video : Kamel Maad (edition: Maëlenn Ripe – M3 production)



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French Harpsichord with double keyboards (from Hemsch, 18th century)

François Couperin - Récit et dialogue de la Flûte et du Clavecin - Air from Gloria of the Parish mass - François Couperin (1668-1733) - Dominique Vasseur (Flute) Michel Alabau (harpsichord). David Boinnard’s workshop.

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Long German harpsichord with double keyboards – from Silbermann (1740)

Mathieu BOUTINEAU: Bach, Couperin, Froberger.