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ROSASOLIS
The fruit of a long friendship, the ensemble RosaSolis was founded in 2003 by young musicians who had graduated from the National Superior Conservatories of Music in Paris and Lyon. They aim to share their passion for 17th- and 18th-century vocal and instrumental music, and approach it in a true chamber-music spirit: each musician contributes to the artistic decision-making and enriches the group’s personality. The group soon met with success, reaching the final of the Bruges international chamber music competition in August 2003.
Today the musicians of RosaSolis are members of some of the most prestigious early music ensembles in Europe and pursue solo careers, while some also teach. Nevertheless, they still see chamber music as a special means of realising more personal musical projects and deepening their research into their favoured repertoire. Their sincere, lively and sensual interpretations have delighted and impressed numerous festival audiences and organisers over the years.
In addition to concerts devoted to the masterworks of the past or to discovering pieces that are still unknown, RosaSolis aims to invent and explore new ways of reaching a constantly evolving audience. They have participated in a number of entertainments, including Ariadne’s Sky and The Echo of a Dream, in which baroque music is mixed with more contemporary modes of expression and emerges all the more communicative, lively and modern. These projects were brought to fruition thanks in particular to the support of the Château-Thierry Festival as well as to assistance from the Picardy Regional Directorate of Cultural Affairs and SPEDIDAM (the French Society for Collecting and Distributing Interpretative Artists’ Royalties).
RosaSolis has already recorded a CD of Handel motets and sonatas for Musica Ficta, which received wide critical praise (ffff from Télérama, **** from Classica).

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MF8018 Six sonates en trio pour deux violons et la Basse Continue, Oeuvre IV
Jean-Marie Leclair
Six sonates en trio pour deux violons et la Basse Continue, Oeuvre IV
ENSEMBLE ROSASOLIS
Marieke Bouche, violon
Guillaume Humbrecht, violon
Nicolas Crnjanski, violoncelle
Julie Blais, clavecin
Leclair had a special talent which declared itself very early on in his instrumental output and especially in Op.4.
In this collection abounding in formal innovations and timbral experiments, Leclair is careful not to overload the harmonic language. And so French flowers of new colours bloomed in Corelli’s classical garden!

MF8012 Cantate e sonate da camera
Giovani Battista Pergolesi & Nicola Antonio Porpora
Cantate e sonate da camera
Magali Léger soprano

ROSASOLIS
Guillaume Humbrecht violon
Marieke Bouche violon
Géraldine Roux alto 
Nicolas Crnjanski violoncelle 
Carola Grinberg archiluth
Julie Blais clavecin

 

MF8008 Mottetti e Sonate da chiesa
Georg Friedrich Haendel (1685-1759)
Mottetti e Sonate da chiesa

Magali Léger, soprano
ROSASOLIS

For its debut CD, the ensemble RosaSolis accompanies the outstanding soprano Magali Léger (appearing on her first early music CD) in a selection of three motets by Handel, dating from his Roman period. Among them is the much-discussed Gloria which was rediscovered and attributed to Handel as recently as 2001.

  

 
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