21 Siecle

Lumieres - La musique du XVIIIeme siecle (29 CD): Part 08 [2011]

Lumières - La musique du XVIIIème siècle (29 CD): Part 08 [2011]
Classical | Harmonia Mundi 2908601.30 | TT: 68.37+70.40+69.28 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 637 Mb

The eighteenth century is probably the most extraordinary period of transformation Europe has known since antiquity. Political upheavals kept pace with the innumerable inventions and discoveries of the age; every sector of the arts and of intellectual and material life was turned upside down. Between the end of the reign of Louis XIV and the revolution of 1789, music in its turn underwent a radical mutation that struck at the very heart of a well-established musical language. In this domain too, we are all children of the Age of Enlightenment: our conception of music and the way we ‘consume’ it still follows in many respects the agenda set by the eighteenth century. And it is not entirely by chance that harmonia mundi has chosen to offer you in 2011 a survey of this musical revolution which, without claiming to be exhaustive, will enable you to grasp the principal outlines of musical creation between the twilight of the Baroque and the dawn of Romanticism.
Lumieres - La musique du XVIIIeme siecle (29 CD): Part 02 [2011]

Lumières - La musique du XVIIIème siècle (29 CD): Part 02 [2011]
Classical | Harmonia Mundi 2908601.30 | TT: 76.43+73.10+77.59+54.27 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 1.29 Gb

The eighteenth century is probably the most extraordinary period of transformation Europe has known since antiquity. Political upheavals kept pace with the innumerable inventions and discoveries of the age; every sector of the arts and of intellectual and material life was turned upside down. Between the end of the reign of Louis XIV and the revolution of 1789, music in its turn underwent a radical mutation that struck at the very heart of a well-established musical language. In this domain too, we are all children of the Age of Enlightenment: our conception of music and the way we ‘consume’ it still follows in many respects the agenda set by the eighteenth century. And it is not entirely by chance that harmonia mundi has chosen to offer you in 2011 a survey of this musical revolution which, without claiming to be exhaustive, will enable you to grasp the principal outlines of musical creation between the twilight of the Baroque and the dawn of Romanticism.
Lumieres - La musique du XVIIIeme siecle (29 CD): Part 01 [2011]

Lumières - La musique du XVIIIème siècle (29 CD): Part 01 [2011]
Classical | Harmonia Mundi 2908601.30 | TT: 81.16+77.59+80.11+74.50 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 1.52 Gb

The eighteenth century is probably the most extraordinary period of transformation Europe has known since antiquity. Political upheavals kept pace with the innumerable inventions and discoveries of the age; every sector of the arts and of intellectual and material life was turned upside down. Between the end of the reign of Louis XIV and the revolution of 1789, music in its turn underwent a radical mutation that struck at the very heart of a well-established musical language. In this domain too, we are all children of the Age of Enlightenment: our conception of music and the way we ‘consume’ it still follows in many respects the agenda set by the eighteenth century. And it is not entirely by chance that harmonia mundi has chosen to offer you in 2011 a survey of this musical revolution which, without claiming to be exhaustive, will enable you to grasp the principal outlines of musical creation between the twilight of the Baroque and the dawn of Romanticism.
Various Artists - Les grands compositeurs et leurs oeuvres - XXe Siecle (2008) [3CD] {Fuzeau-Melomaniac}

Various Artists - Les grands compositeurs et leurs oeuvres - XXe Siecle (2008) [3CD] {Fuzeau-Melomaniac}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 921 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 501 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 2.10 Gb | 5% repair rar
© 2008 Fuzeau / Melomaniac | 8796/70036-38
Classical / Symphony / Suite / Chamber Music

Proposant une approche globale et sociologique de la musique, la collection Mélomaniac s'est construite sur l'idée forte de toujours placer l'oeuvre musicale, la vie instrumentale ou la pratique vocale au coeur de l'histoire des Hommes. Qu'il s'agisse d'un Pacific 231 d'Honegger illustrant le machinisme du début du XXe siècle, d'une présentation du didjeridoo en relation avec les cultures aborigènes en Australie, ou encore d'un chant sacré gdang des moines tibétains, vous trouverez dans les différents ouvrages Mélomaniac une réelle prise entre les faits musicaux et leur contexte d'existence.

Shakespeare's Women and the Fin de Siecle  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at April 23, 2017
Shakespeare's Women and the Fin de Siecle

Shakespeare's Women and the Fin de Siecle by Sophie Duncan
English | 2017 | ISBN: 0198790848 | 288 pages | PDF | 4,5 MB
Le Poeme Harmonique, Vincent Dumestre - Coeur: Airs de Cour Francais de la fin du XVIe siecle (2015)

Le Poeme Harmonique, Vincent Dumestre - Coeur: Airs de Cour Francais de la fin du XVIe siecle (2015)
XLD | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers + Digital Booklet | 64:09 | 325 MB
Genre: Classical, Vocal | Label: Alpha | Catalog: ALPHA 213

In this new release, Vincent Dumestre’s Le Poème Harmonique once again immerses us in the France of the second half of the 16th century, which witnessed the emergence of new centres of artistic activity. These ‘bourgeois’ societies were initiated by patron princes concerned with building their prestige through the arts and letters just as much as by arms. At the same time, refined circles held by cultivated women enabled them to rub shoulders with the leading poets of the time, as well as musicians sensitive to humanist research, all profiting from a context propitious to the invention of new artistic forms and practices.
Lumieres - La musique du XVIIIeme siecle (29 CD): Part 09 [2011]

Lumières - La musique du XVIIIème siècle (29 CD): Part 09 [2011]
Classical | Harmonia Mundi 2908601.30 | TT: 62.34+80.15+71.50 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 963 Mb

The eighteenth century is probably the most extraordinary period of transformation Europe has known since antiquity. Political upheavals kept pace with the innumerable inventions and discoveries of the age; every sector of the arts and of intellectual and material life was turned upside down. Between the end of the reign of Louis XIV and the revolution of 1789, music in its turn underwent a radical mutation that struck at the very heart of a well-established musical language. In this domain too, we are all children of the Age of Enlightenment: our conception of music and the way we ‘consume’ it still follows in many respects the agenda set by the eighteenth century. And it is not entirely by chance that harmonia mundi has chosen to offer you in 2011 a survey of this musical revolution which, without claiming to be exhaustive, will enable you to grasp the principal outlines of musical creation between the twilight of the Baroque and the dawn of Romanticism.
Lumieres - La musique du XVIIIeme siecle (29 CD): Part 07 [2011]

Lumières - La musique du XVIIIème siècle (29 CD): Part 07 [2011]
Classical | Harmonia Mundi 2908601.30 | TT: 80.55+80.39+72.14 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 1.09 Gb

The eighteenth century is probably the most extraordinary period of transformation Europe has known since antiquity. Political upheavals kept pace with the innumerable inventions and discoveries of the age; every sector of the arts and of intellectual and material life was turned upside down. Between the end of the reign of Louis XIV and the revolution of 1789, music in its turn underwent a radical mutation that struck at the very heart of a well-established musical language. In this domain too, we are all children of the Age of Enlightenment: our conception of music and the way we ‘consume’ it still follows in many respects the agenda set by the eighteenth century. And it is not entirely by chance that harmonia mundi has chosen to offer you in 2011 a survey of this musical revolution which, without claiming to be exhaustive, will enable you to grasp the principal outlines of musical creation between the twilight of the Baroque and the dawn of Romanticism.
Lumieres - La musique du XVIIIeme siecle (29 CD): Part 06 [2011]

Lumières - La musique du XVIIIème siècle (29 CD): Part 06 [2011]
Classical | Harmonia Mundi 2908601.30 | TT: 45.16+57.05+69.48 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 718 Mb

The eighteenth century is probably the most extraordinary period of transformation Europe has known since antiquity. Political upheavals kept pace with the innumerable inventions and discoveries of the age; every sector of the arts and of intellectual and material life was turned upside down. Between the end of the reign of Louis XIV and the revolution of 1789, music in its turn underwent a radical mutation that struck at the very heart of a well-established musical language. In this domain too, we are all children of the Age of Enlightenment: our conception of music and the way we ‘consume’ it still follows in many respects the agenda set by the eighteenth century. And it is not entirely by chance that harmonia mundi has chosen to offer you in 2011 a survey of this musical revolution which, without claiming to be exhaustive, will enable you to grasp the principal outlines of musical creation between the twilight of the Baroque and the dawn of Romanticism.
Lumieres - La musique du XVIIIeme siecle (29 CD): Part 05 [2011]

Lumières - La musique du XVIIIème siècle (29 CD): Part 05 [2011]
Classical | Harmonia Mundi 2908601.30 | TT: 40.10+50.34 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 363 Mb

The eighteenth century is probably the most extraordinary period of transformation Europe has known since antiquity. Political upheavals kept pace with the innumerable inventions and discoveries of the age; every sector of the arts and of intellectual and material life was turned upside down. Between the end of the reign of Louis XIV and the revolution of 1789, music in its turn underwent a radical mutation that struck at the very heart of a well-established musical language. In this domain too, we are all children of the Age of Enlightenment: our conception of music and the way we ‘consume’ it still follows in many respects the agenda set by the eighteenth century. And it is not entirely by chance that harmonia mundi has chosen to offer you in 2011 a survey of this musical revolution which, without claiming to be exhaustive, will enable you to grasp the principal outlines of musical creation between the twilight of the Baroque and the dawn of Romanticism.