Musiques en Écrins

© Marco Meyer

Nestled in the heart of the Hautes Alpes, in the Écrins valley, the Musiques en Écrins festival begins its 28th edition under the sign of passion and sharing of the classical repertoire. After a regrettable year of interruption, this privileged meeting will again be able to make the happiness of its public, with the recipe of which it has the secret: a pointed program and singular places of concert.

The Ensemble C Barré will have the chance to open the ceremony on July 27, with a program with resolutely Iberian sounds, honoring Spanish composers of yesterday and today. The concert will be complemented by a lecture given by Isabelle Rive, on the architectural and historical specificities of the Saint-Apollinaire Church.


practical information

July 27th at 4pm

Furia for plucked string trio

Santiago de Murcia (1673-1739)
Fandango for plucked string trio (arr. Thomas Keck) | 5

Domenico Scarlatti (1876-1946)
Sonata in re minore, K.89 for plucked string trio (arrt. Vincent Beer-Demander) | 7

François Rossé (1945)
Anselma de Triana | 3

Manuel de Falla (1876 – 1946)
Asturiana | 2’30

Diego Ortiz (1510 -1570)
3 Recercadas sobre Tenores for plucked string trio (arrt. Thomas Keck) | 5’30

Manuel de Falla (1876 – 1946)
Homenaje ” Debussy’s tomb “ for guitar | 3′ 30

Carlo Munier (1859 – 1911)
Capriccio spagnolo for mandolin and guitar | 5′ 30

Maurice Ravel (1875 – 1937)
Habanara-like piece for mandolin and harp | 3′.

François Rossé (1945)
Humiliadero for harp / 3′ / World Premiere

Vincent Beer Demander (1982)
Lyra for plucked string trio | 2021 | 7′ World Premiere

Luigi Boccherini (1743- 1805)
Fandango for plucked string trio (arrt. Thomas Keck) | 8′


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