Chansons musicales (Paris, 1533)

The brilliant Iwo and Karolina bring accordion and violin together and invite you to join them on an reimagined history of classical music which is Imagique – a little word play they came up with by combining ‘imagine’ and ‘magic’ to capture the emotions behind their debut album with CRD and what they champion as modern classical musicians.

The unique combination of the accordion and violin and reworks of classical repertoire spanning 300 years affords us a sneak peek of how the history of music could have unfolded if these great composers had had at their disposal the accordion in its current concert form. There is nothing that this combination of instruments is incapable of doing, and, who knows, maybe Mozart would have been as fond of pairing the violin with the accordion as he was with piano; perhaps Ravel would have taken impressionism to yet another level with this portable orchestra of a duo?

  1. Si bon amour

Jacotin[Le Bel?] (c. 1499-1555)

  1. En espoir davoir mieulx

Nicolas Gombert c. 1500-1550)/

Pierre Phalèse (c.1510-1573)

  1. Elle veult donc

Claudin de Sermisy (c.1490-1562)

  1. Le printemps

Benedictus Appenzeller (c.1480-1558)

  1. Fantasia 62

Francesco da Milano (1497-1543)

  1. La plus gorgiase du monde

Francesco da Milano/Anonymous

  1. Hayne et amour

Pernot Vermont (Pierre ‘le jeune’)(d.1558)

  1. Si par fortune

Pierre Certon (c.1510-1572)

  1. Ricercar 73

Francesco da Milano

  1. Hors envieulx

Francesco da Milano

  1. Hors envieulx

Nicolas Gombert

  1. Je navoys point

Claudin de Sermisy

  1. Pour quoy donc ne fringuerons nous

Pierre Passereau (fl.1509-1547)

  1. Souvent amour

Guillaume Le Heurteur (fl. 1530-1545)

  1. Sur tous regretz

Jean Richafort (c.1480-1547)/Pierre Phalèse

  1. Je lay ayme

Pierre Certon

  1. Pren de bon cueur

Pierre Manchicourt (c.1510-1562)

  1. Vostre beaulte

Nicolas Gombert 01:58

  1. Vostre beaulte

Hans Newsidler (1508-1563)

  1. Amours, amours

Nicolas Gombert

  1. Parle qui veult

Claudin de Sermisy

  1. Jectes moy sur lherbette

Didier Lupi (d.c.1559)


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