|2||La Montmartel Ou La Brunoy||2:06|
|6||La Berryer Ou La Lamoignon||3:22|
|12||La De Caze||3:26|
- Composed By – Claude Bénigne Balbastre
- Harpsichord – Anne Robert
- Layout – Marie Jeandot
- Liner Notes – Gérard Chouquer
- Liner Notes [English Translation] – Robin Beggs
- Producer – Gérard Chouquer
- Recorded By – David Marcuz
- Supervised By [Artistic Advisor] – Bernard Coudurier
℗ © 1988.
[ADD]. AD 184.
Distributed by Adda Distribution.
Recorded February 21-24, 1988 at Centre de Création Radiophonique, Tavaux, Jura, France.
Booklet in French & English.
Total playing time: 69'18".
Claude Balbastre christened Claude-Bénigne 1727-1799 was a French composer. Balbastre settled in Paris in 1750 and studied there with Pierre Février, whom he succeeded as organist of the Saint Roch church. Jean-Philippe Rameau helped and protected Balbastre when he settled in the city, so Balbastre was quickly and efficiently introduced to the Parisian. Pièces de Clavecin, 1759. Balbastre, Claude-Bénigne. Publication date. imslp-de-clavecin-1759-balbastre-claude-bnigne. ark:13960t2s47w03q. Listen free to Jean-Patrice Brosse Balbastre : Pièces de clavecin, 1er livre 1759 La de Caze : Ouverture, La d'Héricourt and more. 17 tracks 72:56. Anne Robert, Song: Le devin de village: Contredanse Transcription pour. par Claude-Bénigne Balbastre, Duration: 1:59, File type: mp3. harpsichord music of Claude-Bénigne Balbastre may be considered the final flowering of the late Baroque in France. This recording of the Pièces de clavecin, Premier Livre 1759 demonstrates Balbastre's fertile imagination and consummate skill at the keyboard, and Christophe Rousset's playing is brilliant throughout this 2017 album, one of several of his releases that year on his longtime label, Aparte. Claude-Bénigne Balbastre enjoyed a very distinguished reputation as a harpsichordist, fortepianist, and organist in 18th-century France. Balbastre s Pièces de Clavecin from 1759 are influenced on the one hand by his royal and aristocratic patrons, and on the other by his contacts among the bourgeoisie, finding a stylistic balance between the two social classes. Claude-Bénigne Balbastre December 8, 1724 May 9, 1799 was a French composer, organist, harpsichordist and fortepianist. He was one of the most famous musicians of his time. Claude Balbastre was born in Dijon in 1724. Although his exact birthdate has been disputed, the discovery of his baptismal record has now made that date, December 8, certain. Associazione Musicale Karl Jenkins - Concerts during Covid-19 period AIDAN T. PHILLIPS, harpsichord 1999 17 Songs. By Claude Bénigne Balbastre. La d'Héricourt. La Ségur : Gavotte, 2ème gavotte. La Monmartel ou la Brunoys. La Boullongne. Art event in Montreal, QC, Canada by Denis Bonenfant, claveciniste on Thursday, November 8 2018