What did Atelier Philidor restore this past week ?

Restorations in progress at Atelier Philidor…

Friendly reminder to all members (personal membership): You are entitled to receive digitally an exclusive preview of the ongoing restorations, if you wish. Just contact Atelier Philidor via its website chat box, here.

Rappel à tous les membres (abonnement individuel) : Vous avez le privilège de recevoir en avant-première les restaurations en cours en version digitale, si vous le souhaitez. Il suffit de contacter l’Atelier Philidor via sa chat box sur le site web, ici.

  • Michel Lambert – Les Airs de Monsieur Lambert (Paris, 1666) : 16 airs has been restored on a total of 40 published in this book.
  • Antonio Vivaldi – VI Concerti a flauto traverso – Op. 10 (1728) : Concerti I “La Tempesta di Mare” has been restored with all its separate parts.
  • Nicola Matteis – Ayres for the violin – The first part (1676) : 22 Ayres (solo violin with its basso continuo) have been restored.
  • Robert de Visée – Pièces de théorbe et de luth mises en partition, dessus et basse (1716) : 17 pages on 115 have been restored (10 pieces).
  • Domenico Scarlatti Masterwork : Essercizi per gravicembalo (London, 1738) : Sonatas 8, 9 and 10 have been restored this week; so to date, sonatas K.1 to K. 10 are awaiting to be played!
  • Gottfried Finger – X Suonate a tre, due violini e violoncello o basso continuo – Op. V (Amsterdam, 1702) : Sonata #2 and #3 have been restored. So now, sonatas #1 to #3 are available.
  • George Bingham (ed.) – 40 Airs Anglois pour la flûte – Livre III (Amsterdam, c1704) : 8 Airs of George Bingham have been restored, in addition of the 16 Finger’s airs already available.
  • Jean-Pierre Freillon-Poncein – La véritable manière d’apprendre à jouer en perfection du haut-bois, de la flute (Paris, 1700) : More than half of this important treatise is now restored (48/93 pages).
  • Pierre Phalèse (ed.) – Chansons reduictz en tabulature de lut – Livre III (Louvain, 1547) : To date, 21 Chansons of the 33 featured in this book have been restored.
  • Louis-Nicolas Clérambault – Orphée – Cantate pour voix seule avec simphonie (Paris, 1710) : Récitatif – Fidelles echos (Air) – Récitatif – Allez Orphée (Air) – Récitatif – Monarque redouté (Air)Vous avez ressenti la flamme (Air) are now restored.

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