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Composer: Leclair, Jean-Marie (1697-1764)

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Year of birth1697
Year of death1764
NationalityUnknown
PeriodClassical
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LondonBBC Radio 3 Lunchtime concert: AAM

Couperin, Marais, Leclair, Sainte-Colombe
Academy of Ancient Music

OranjewoudDélices de France

Délices de France
Leclair, Corbetta, Hotteterre, D'Anglebert, Rebel, Couperin, Philidor
Ensemble Cordevento; Erik Bosgraaf; Izhar Elias

LondonA Flautist in Paris

Leclair, Hotteterre, Telemann, Blavet
Rosie Bowker, Flute

New York CityAspect Foundation for Music & Arts - Fête Galante

Couperin, Rameau, Clerambault, Leclair
Four Nations Ensemble; Sherezade Panthaki

New York CityConcerto Night!

Leclair, Mozart, Bach, Janáček, Mackey
Stewart Rose; Anne-Marie McDermott; Gilles Vonsattel; Aaron Boyd; Bella Hristova
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All the evenings of the world

Jordi Savall © Teresa Llordes
Jordi Savall's returns to 1991 film soundtrack and captivates a full house at St John's Smith Square.
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L'Esprit français: Les Talens Lyriques in Auckland

Christophe Rousset © Eric Larrayadieu
Les Talens Lyriques gave performances of the utmost sophistication and elegance, more than living up to their reputations of masters of this repertoire.
*****
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Half of Kelemen Quartet entertains in substitute Sydney concert

Kelemen Quartet © Tamás Dobos
When is a quartet not a quartet? Answer: when the cellist breaks her wrist while surfing. Barnabas Kelemen and Katarina Kokas give a duo recital in place of Kelemen String Quartet at the City Recital Hall, Sydney.

Terrific Telemann, luscious Leclair, and brilliant Bachs

Rachel Brown  ©  C Christodoulou
The London Handel Players should be applauded for many things, from their characteristically warm and full sound through to their consistently thoughtful approach to how they play.
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Carmignola ou la quadrature des talents avec l’Orchestre d’Auvergne

© Roland Duclos
Il est des musiques faites pour être écoutées, d’autres pour être entendues, d’autres encore pour être comprises quand la plupart ne sont hélas que jouées. Enfin quelques unes sont heureusement vécues. Tout est question d’interprétation et les musiciens ne sont pas légion à pouvoir y prétendre. 
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