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postheadericon JACQUET DE LA GUERRE Elisabeth (1665-1729)

Classical music scores - Sheet music - Jacquet de la Guerre - Four sonates en trio - Violin - ContinuoJACQUET DE LA GUERRE Elisabeth (1665-1729)

1665 : Baptism of Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre.

1670 : she plays before Louis XIV who encourages her to cultivate the wonderful talent which nature had given her.

23th of September 1687 : marriage to the organist of Saint-Séverin, Marin de la Guerre.

1694 : performance of “Céphale et Procris” at the Opéra.

She moves to the Île Saint-Louis in 1704.

She died in Paris in 1729. She possessed three harpsichords.

- Sonatas for violin and harpsichord. Paris, 1707. (Réf. 5633)

« The Connoisseurs find in them tenderness, great fire, beautiful harmony and natural writing » (Journal des sçavants).

Introduction by Catherine Cessac, specialist of Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre.

Classical music scores - Sheet music - Jacquet de la Guerre Elisabeth - Sonatas for violin and harpsichord - Violin Continuo

- Harpsichord pieces – Book I. Paris, 1687. (Réf. 5396)

The introduction by Jean Saint-Arroman analyse the ornamentation in the work of Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre : « tremblement, pincé, doublé, coulés et ports-de-voix, ports-de-voix et coulés doubles, tierce coulée, coulé par intervalle, chute, accents ».

Classical music scores - Sheet music - Jacquet de la Guerre Elisabeth - Harpsichord pieces - Book I - Harpsichord

- Harpsichord pieces which may be played on the violin. Paris, 1707. (Réf. 5769)

These pieces would constitute the first known example of harpsichord music with accompaniement, a genre destined for a brilliant future throughout the XVIIIth century.

Introduction by Catherine Cessac, specialist of Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre.

- Four sonates en trio. Paris, ca 1695. (Réf. 5915)

Sébastien de Brossard : “ Scores of four manuscripts sonatas for 2 violins, a bass viol or violin or bassoon sometimes necessary and a continuo bass, composed by the famous Mlle Jacquet who since her marriage to one of the most famous organists of Paris is known as Mlle de Laguerre. She was so gracious as to lend me the originals in the year 1695 in order to have them copied. They are delightlul (…)”.

Introduction by Catherine Cessac, specialist of Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre.

- Cantates françaises sur des sujets tirés de l’écriture. Livre I. Paris, 1708. (Réf. 5391)

Esther - The crossing of the red sea - Jacob and Rachel - Jonah - Susanna and the elders - Judith.

- Cantates françaises sur des sujets tirés de l’écriture. Livre II. Paris, 1711. (Réf. 5392)

Adam - The temple rebuilt - The deluge - Jodeph - Jephthah - Samson.

- French Cantatas – Book III. Paris, ca 1715. (Réf. 5632)

Semelé – L’Ile de Delos – Le sommeil d’Ulisse – La raccommodement comique.

Introduction by Philippe Lescat : catalogue of the works of Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre.

Introduction by Jean Saint-Arroman : performance of the recitatives.

Classical music scores - Sheet music - Jacquet de la Guerre Elisabeth - French Cantatas - Book III - Voices violin flute oboe