Passacalle de la Follie (Album)
|Passacalle de la Follie|
|Studio album by|
|Released||February 17, 2023|
|Recorded||November 9, 2022–November 12, 2022|
|Venue||Grande salle, Studio de l'Orchestre national d'Île-de-France, Alfortville|
Passacalle de la Follie was released in February 2023. It is a collection of chamber music composed for the French court at the turn of the 17th century.
Recording and production
Mireille Faure is listed as the recording engineer, in charge of mixing and mastering. Editing: Mireille Faure and Mireille Faure.
Music and libretti
Title and artwork
"Passacalle", largely synonymous with the Italian "passacaglia" describes a musical form. Originating in Spain, it describes a piece that is built on a four- or eight-bar bassline that is repeated throughout.
- Phlippe Jaroussky – countertenor
- Christina Pluhar – theorbo, concert master
Christina Pluhar is a theorist and ensemble leader. ForPassacalle de la Follie', she also provided some musical arrangements.
Theorbo and ensemble leader
Theorbo and baroque guitar
Viola da gamba
The album Passacalle de la Follie is connected to a tour of the same name, Passacalle de la Follie (Concert program)
<1--List of release dates, showing region, edition(s), format(s), label(s) and reference.
|Region||Date 1st release||Format(s)||Label(s) and Catalogue Number(s)||EAN/UPC etc.|
|France||17 February 2023||
|Germany||17 February 2023|
|Japan||17 February 2023|
|UK||17 February 2023|
|US||17 February 2023|
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