Nadja Lesaulnier

Musicienne - Claveciniste

Find Nadja in these albums ! 

Alma Intrepida

I Pizzicanti & Céline Pasche

The first CD of the ensemble and the young swiss flûtist suisse let us travel into the Italy of the  XVIII century, listening sonatas, airias of operas and also concerti. A broad panel of colors and sounds is revealed in works of Dell'Abacco, Detri, Vivaldi, Piani... 

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Cara Sposa

G.F.Haendel

The CD of Le Petit Concert Baroque is out again ! 

In bonus two arias performed by F.M Mazzulli and P.Jaroussky.

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Vendado es Amor, no es ciego of José de Nebra.

First world recording.

Ensemble Los Elementos,

dir. Alberto Miguelez Rouco.

For the first recording of the ensemble based in Basel Los Elementos, Alberto Miguelez Rouco choosed this fascinating Zarzuela.  

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The CD of Le Petit Concert Baroque Der Ewigkeit Saphirnes Haus is awarded by a Diapason d'Or and an IRR outstanding. Sonatas, Arias, Sinfonias ... of J.S.Bach transcribed for two harpsichords by the Lesaulnier sisters.

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A selection of Parisian Quartetts of Telemann recorded under the

label Mirare with the ensemble les Ombres. 

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The first CD of the ensemble Dulcis Melodia (label Les Chemins du Baroque) put to the light Cantatas and Sonatas of the Cathedral organist Johann Georg RAUCH (1686-1710), alsacian composer  forgotten since centuries ... 

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Recording of theEuropean Union Baroque Orchestra under the

direction of Lars Ulrik Mortensen in the Water Music of  G.F.Haendel.

Recording acclaimed by several critics,  the Nations of François Couperin by les Ombres.

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In Sémélé, les Ombres, as a chamber orchestra , put together the homonyms masterpieces of Haendel, Marais and Destouches.

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This CD is dedicated to the « Concerts chez la Reine », to Couperin and his

contemporaries. We find one other beloved composer of Les Ombres :

Colin de Blamont ...

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First album of the Lesaulnier sisters, Al Piacere del Signore G.F.Haendel

appeal the imagination : we could be in an english living room of the XVIIIth century, listening the arias, ouvertures and orchestral pieces "à la mode" of the famous composer established in London. 

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NEW CD : "Vendado es Amor, no es ciego", José de Nebra, performed by the early music ensemble Los Elementos - I am at the viola ;-) 

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