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    Emmanuel Pahud | flute
    Trevor Pinnock | harpsichord 
    Jonathan Manson | cello 

    The beauty of Bach's artistry by a powerful trio, Emmanuel Pahud, Trevor Pinnock and Jonathan Manson.

    Emmanuel Pahud
    Emmanuel Pahud © Josef Fischnaller, Emi Classics
    Trevor Pinnock
    Trevor Pinnock © Gerard Collett
    Jonathan Manson
    Jonathan Manson © Marco Borggreve

    Bach Sonata for flute and continuo BWV 1034
    Sonata for flute and harpsichord BWV 1030
    Suite for cello solo No. 1 BWV 1007
    Sonata for flute and continuo BWV 1035 

     Young audience workshops Comment ça marche ?

    Star flutist of the Berliner Philharmoniker for almost 30 years, Emmanuel Pahud is certainly considered to be historically less informed than Trevor Pinnock, an eminent figure of the Baroque seraglio for several decades. The Franco-Swiss flutist does not shine any less brightly in the work of Vivaldi, Telemann or Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, the son of the other. By taking over the Sonatas BWV. 1030, 1034 and 1035 by the Cantor of Leipzig, the musicians could therefore only give a half "authentic" but beautiful interpretation, as for EMI’s microphones in 2008. The Scotsman Jonathan Manson plays the modern or baroque cello as well as the viola da gamba. So it will naturally find its way into the Suite BWV 1007.

    COREALISATION Jeanine Roze Production / Théâtre des Champs-Elysées