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Sonate 1704

Sonate 1704

Sonate 1704 was formed in 2003 by violinist Olivier Brault, along with Dorothea Ventura (multidisciplinary artist specialized in the French style, co-founder of the Alkemia ensemble) and Mélisande Corriveau (director of L’Harmonie des saisons, doctorate on the pardessus de viole), with the specific objective of exploring and promoting French music for violin and continuo. Their repertory catalog features more than one hundred works, many of which have been first modern performances.

1704 refers to the year in which the first book of French violin sonatas, composed by François Duval, was published.

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