Sonates de Bach | Les inAttendus

A bright curiosity, a sharp taste for creations, a careful and deep sense of listening led Marianne Muller and Vincent Lhermet to explore together early music repertoires, inviting the accordion to lighten through its topicality the world of the bass viol, discovering modern repertoires in which those two instruments know how to exploit their fascinating potential.
The get-together of the bass viol and the accordion, two instruments coming from such different places and times, is full of ease, surprises and delicious discoveries.

Johann Sebastian Bach, Sonata for viola da gamba and keyboard in G Maj BWV 1027
Johann Sebastian Bach, French Suite n. 3 in b minor BWV 814
Carl Friedrich Abel, Sonata in d min for solo viola da gamba
Johann Sebastian Bach, Sonata for viola da gamba and keyboard in g min BWV 1029

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Marianne Muller, viola da gamba
Vincent Lhermet, accordion

« Marianne Muller, one of the most beautiful names of the viola da gamba answers to the subtle Vincent Lhermet. Bach could not help but feel at ease, the accordion naturally playing the keyboard part of the Sonatas for Harpsichord and Viola da Gamba ... the singing of the two instruments revealing a beauty and purity sumptuously tuned to a sense of dynamic nuances and their most refined progression."
Concertclassic, Michel Roubinet, 2019.

Vincent Lhermet, accordéoniste