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Home » French Composers » Duphly

Jacques Duphly (1715-1789)


Jacques Duphly, Claveciniste François


Jacques Duphly. Oeuvres pour Clavecin. Aparté (2 CDs, October 2012). Christophe Rousset, harpsichord. US | UK | FR | DE | CA | JP
Jacques Duphly. Complete Works for Harpsichord. Lyrichord LEMS-8053 (3 CDs, October 2005). Details. John Paul, harpsichord. Anden Houben double after Antoine Vaudry 1691. US | UK | FR | CA | JP
Jacques Duphly. Pièces de Clavecin. Jean-Patrice Brosse, antique harpsichord by Christian Kroll (1774). Vols. 2 and 3 were reviewed by David Hansell in Early Music Review 101:28 (June 2004): "Much of the playing has a quasi-Leonhardt magisterial quality with only a few untidy releases of large chords (scarcely noticeable at normal volumes) that jar in any way. . . . I was gripped and truly moved by much of these recitals, which are enhanced by excellent notes." This set is clearly superior to the only prior complete recording, by Yannick Le Gaillard on Adda/Accord.

Volume 1. Book 1. Pierre Verany PV 704011 (1 CD 2004). UK | DE | FR | JP

Volume 2. Book 2 (1748). Pierre Verany PV 704023 (1 CD 2004). UK | DE | FR | JP



Volume 3. Books 3 & 4 (1756 & 1768). Pierre Verany PV 704031 (1 CD 2004). UK | DE | FR | JP

Jacques Duphly. Second Livre de Pièces de Clavecin (complete). Centaur CRC 2714 (1 CD, July 2005). Byron Schenkman. Hemsch harpsichord, probably 1736. US | UK | FR | DE | CA | JP
Jacques Duphly. Tercer Libro de Piezas de Clavecín. Verso VRS 2011 (1 CD 2004). Tony Millán, harpsichord; Ángel Gampedro, violin. US | UK | FR | DE | CA | JP
Musical Portrait: Maurice Quentin de La Tour (1704-1788). Virgin Veritas 5456672 (1 CD 2004). Details. Olivier Baumont, harpsichord. Composers include Balbastre, Barrière, Forqueray, Duphly, Rameau, François Couperin, Racot de Grandval, Mondonville & Parant. Music by friends of Quentin de La Tour, who was married to the soprano Marie Fel. Performed on the earliest (1750) of the three surviving Stehlin harpsichords, which is owned by the museum that houses the La Tour collection, the Musée Antoine Lécuyer in Saint-Quentin. US | UK | FR | DE | CA | JP

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