Lanvellec Editions - New CD release!
Launch: 24 October
After Frescobaldi, Jean-Marc Aymes naturally approaches Froberger.
The “Libro Secondo from 1649”, the first manuscript of the German composer to come down to us, although bearing the mark of his own genius, is an obvious homage to his Roman master. As for the “Tombeau de Monsieur de Blancheroche” and the “Meditation on my future death”, these are indisputable peaks of keyboard literature. The pieces are performed on French and Italian harpsichords and also on the Robert Dallam organ of Lanvellec, whose colour is certainly close to those of the organs on which Froberger played in London.
Johann Jacob Froberger
Libro Secondo (1649)
Tombeau de Monsieur de Blancheroche
Méditations sur ma mort future
Jean-Marc Aymes / organ – harpsichord