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Daniel Cuiller, Stradivaria - Johann Sebastian Bach: Concertos pour Clavecin (2009)

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Daniel Cuiller, Stradivaria - Johann Sebastian Bach: Concertos pour Clavecin (2009)

Daniel Cuiller, Stradivaria - Johann Sebastian Bach: Concertos pour Clavecin (2009)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 371 Mb | Total time: 58:29 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Mirare | # MIR085 | Recorded: 2008

This is an outstanding recital of Bach chamber-music playing in which four concertos (Stradivaria could have fitted in one more, in truth) bask in their own colours with a rare combination of infectious energy, quicksilver alertness among a single-string ensemble and not a hint of the affectedness which has blighted so many performances of these works in recent years. …nothing can detract from the thoughtfulness, personality and fun which radiate from this wonderful recital.

Daniel Cuiller, Ensemble Stradivaria, Chœur Marguerite Louise - Blanchard & Colin de Blamont: Les Guerre des Te Deum (2019)

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Daniel Cuiller, Ensemble Stradivaria, Chœur Marguerite Louise - Blanchard & Colin de Blamont: Les Guerre des Te Deum (2019)

Daniel Cuiller, Ensemble Stradivaria, Chœur Marguerite Louise - Blanchard & Colin de Blamont: Les Guerre des Te Deum (2019)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 420 Mb | Total time: 66:38 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Château de Versailles Spectacles | # CVS007 | Recorded: 2018

Two rival yet similar works, an illustration of a "Quarrel of the Te Deums", a true war of mottled violin scores, a frivolous echo of Louis XV's final victories. It is also the rediscovery of two of the most talented amongst Rameau's contemporaries, François Colin de Blamont and Esprit Joseph Antoine Blanchard. Daniel Cuiller appropriates this music with the voracity which led him to revive a previous Te Deum, on that occasion by Henri Madin, and which was covered with praise. Add to this the brilliant singers of the Marguerite Louise Choir which is directed by Gaétan Jarry and the virtuoso musicians of Stradivaria, Daniel replied with enthusiasm to this "commission" for the Royal Chapel of Versailles.

Daniel Cuiller, Ensemble Stradivaria - Abos, Tartini, Gasparini: Stabat Mater (2005)

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Daniel Cuiller, Ensemble Stradivaria - Abos, Tartini, Gasparini: Stabat Mater (2005)

Daniel Cuiller, Ensemble Stradivaria - Abos, Tartini, Gasparini: Stabat Mater (2005)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 291 Mb | Total time: 60:03 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Cypres | # CYP1639 | Recorded: 2004

Three contrasting versions of the 'Stabat Mater', all most attractive and all composed within 20 years, in the second half of the 18th century. These excellent performances under Daniel Cuiller's direction are also all first recordings - and for Abos and Gasparini, first entries in the CD catalogue. An enterprising release, of great interest.

Daniel Cuiller, Stradivaria, Les Cris de Paris - Henry Madin: Te Deum pour les Victoires de Louis XV (2016)

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Daniel Cuiller, Stradivaria, Les Cris de Paris - Henry Madin: Te Deum pour les Victoires de Louis XV (2016)

Daniel Cuiller, Stradivaria, Les Cris de Paris - Henry Madin: Te Deum pour les Victoires de Louis XV (2016)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 379 Mb | Total time: 69:09 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Alpha | # ALPHA 963 | Recorded: 2015

When Henry Madin’s Te Deum for the victories of Louis XV was performed in the Chapelle Royale at Versailles in 2015, it was the first time it had been performed since its premiere in the eighteenth century. Reviving this work for the modern day is Stradivaria, the Baroque ensemble of Nantes, and Les Cris de Paris, the latter two conducted by Daniel Cuiller and Geoffroy Jourdain, respectively. Along with Te Deum, this album also features Madin’s Diligam te, Domine, a grand motet for large chorus.

Daniel Cuiller, Stradivaria - A tre violini: Trois violons dans les cours d'Europe au XVIIe siècle (2002)

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Daniel Cuiller, Stradivaria - A tre violini: Trois violons dans les cours d'Europe au XVIIe siècle (2002)

Daniel Cuiller, Stradivaria - A tre violini: Trois violons dans les cours d'Europe au XVIIe siècle (2002)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 318 Mb | Total time: 56:04 | Scans included
Classical | Cypres | # CYP 1633 | Recorded: 2002

Around the start of the seventeenth century musical style in Europe underwent a remarkable transformation. During the first decades of the Baroque era, instrumental music underwent a deep transformation, the violin being central in the process. Composers, who were themselves violinists, expanded the technical limits of the instrument, developing a form of virtuosity with the bow that was very swiftly followed by an improvement of left-hand technique. The music for three violins and bass selected for this recording is typical of a XVIIth Century genre which disappeared rather quickly afterwards, although some remarkable works were still to be composed during the XVIIIth century. This selection, which borrows this repertoire to many different European countries, presents some of the most delighful Sonata's, ballets, chaconnes, fantasias, sinfonias and canon written.

Daniel Cuiller, Stradivaria, Chœur de l’Académie Baroque - Rebel et Francœur: Pirame & Thisbé (2008)

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Daniel Cuiller, Stradivaria, Chœur de l’Académie Baroque - Rebel et Francœur: Pirame & Thisbé (2008)

Daniel Cuiller, Stradivaria, Chœur de l’Académie Baroque - François Rebel et François Francœur: Pirame & Thisbé (2008)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 668 Mb | Total time: 74:01+66:29 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Mirare | MIR058 | Recorded: 2007

After discovering François Francoeur's splendid orchestral pieces, the suites de Symphonies pour le festin royal de Monseigneur le Comte d'Artois, I was prompted by curiosity to play some of his magnificent violin sonatas in concert. This confirmed me in the conviction this violinist was undoubtedly one of the most appealing and gifted composers of 18th century France. Then it occurred to me to search his operatic output for the work or works most representative of his talents as an instrumentalist and orchestrator. The collections of the Bibliotheque Nationale soon convinced me that the 'more or less perfect pearl' was right in front of us: Piramé & Thisbé, a tragedie lyrique written in collaboration with his friend and associate François Rebel, three years his junior.