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Vivaldi à Paris
Les Violons du Roy
November 6, 2013
Wednesday • 2 p.m.
Admission: $23 to $71
Les Violons du Roy and Mathieu Lussier revisit the works of Vivaldi, this time by way of 18th century Paris. Oboes, horns, and bassoon join the orchestra strings for a concert that overflows with virtuosity and exuberance.
Mathieu Lussier, conductor
F. FRANCOEUR Simphonie en sol mineur pour le Festin Royal de Monseigneur Le Comte d’Artois
J.-M. LECLAIR Overture (Scylla et Glaucus)
A. VIVALDI Concerto for Two Oboes in D Minor, RV535
J.J.C. DE MONDONVILLE Sonate en symphonie in A Major, op.3 No.6
A. DAUVERGNE Quatrième Concert de Simphonies in A Major, op. 4 No.2
A. VIVALDI Concerto for Violin, Two Oboes, Two Horns and Bassoon in F Major, RV574
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