Bach & Co Les Accents & Thibault Noally
- Johan David Heinichen (1683 - 1729): Concerto for Violin and Oboe in C Minor, S. 240:
- 1Concerto for Violin and Oboe in C Minor, S. 240: I. Vivace03:03
- Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 - 1767): Concerto for Violin and Traverso in E Minor, TWV 52:e3:
- 2Concerto for Violin and Traverso in E Minor, TWV 52:e3: I. Allegro02:46
- 3Concerto for Violin and Traverso in E Minor, TWV 52:e3: II. Adagio02:16
- 4Concerto for Violin and Traverso in E Minor, TWV 52:e3: III. Presto01:06
- 5Concerto for Violin and Traverso in E Minor, TWV 52:e3: IV. Adagio00:46
- 6Concerto for Violin and Traverso in E Minor, TWV 52:e3: V. Allegro02:47
- Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750): Violin Concerto in G Minor, BWV 1056R:
- 7Violin Concerto in G Minor, BWV 1056R: I. Allegro03:12
- 8Violin Concerto in G Minor, BWV 1056R: II. Largo02:35
- 9Violin Concerto in G Minor, BWV 1056R: III. Presto03:16
- Johann Gottlieb Graun (1703 - 1771): Concerto for Recorder and Violin in C Major, GraunWV Cv:XIII:96:
- 10Concerto for Recorder and Violin in C Major, GraunWV Cv:XIII:96: I. Allegro02:40
- 11Concerto for Recorder and Violin in C Major, GraunWV Cv:XIII:96: II. Adagio03:44
- 12Concerto for Recorder and Violin in C Major, GraunWV Cv:XIII:96: III. Allegro02:44
- Kaspar Förster (1693 - 1745): Violin Concerto in G Minor:
- 13Violin Concerto in G Minor: I. Andante03:33
- 14Violin Concerto in G Minor: II. Largo03:17
- 15Violin Concerto in G Minor: III. Allegro02:45
- Johann Friedrich Fasch (1688 - 1758): Concerto for Violin and Oboe in D Minor, WV L:d4:
- 16Concerto for Violin and Oboe in D Minor, WV L:d4: I. Allegro02:44
- 17Concerto for Violin and Oboe in D Minor, WV L:d4: II. Largo02:38
- 18Concerto for Violin and Oboe in D Minor, WV L:d4: III. Allegro03:04
- Johann Sebastian Bach: Violin Concerto in A Minor, BWV 1041:
- 19Violin Concerto in A Minor, BWV 1041: I. Allegro03:38
- 20Violin Concerto in A Minor, BWV 1041: II. Andante05:45
- 21Violin Concerto in A Minor, BWV 1041: III. Allegro assai03:38
- Georg Philipp Telemann: Concerto for two Violins in C Major, TWV 52:C2:
- 22Concerto for two Violins in C Major, TWV 52:C2: I. Allegro04:05
- 23Concerto for two Violins in C Major, TWV 52:C2: II. Adagio02:08
- 24Concerto for two Violins in C Major, TWV 52:C2: III. Vivace01:57
Info for Bach & Co
"Violinist Thibault Noally leads his ensemble Les Accents through a new musical adventure inspired by the Johann Sebastian Bach. Around the father of European music are summoned by famous and more discreet contemporaries, all authors of concertos, such as Telemann, Fasch and Förster. Enlightened by the miraculous southern light emanating from the works of German Baroque pieces, the album vibrates thanks to the obvious pleasure of the musicians to play once more together at Aparté’s. Guided by the spirit of the Leipzig cantor, the musicians walk through the alleys of the eighteenth century following the Thibault Noally’s sound. Most comfortable in this environment, he and his violin literally sing with his musical mates in the double concertos for recorder or oboe. Baroque repertoire is inexhaustible! And Les Accents did find rare treasures to record next to fabulous hits!"
Thibault Noally, violin, conductor
Born in 1982, Thibault Noally began his musical studies with Maurice Talvat, Yuko Mori and Irina Medvedeva. In 2000 he entered the class of Lydia Mordkovitch at the Royal Academy of Music in London. He also studied ancient music and began to perform with Margaret Faultless, Micaëla Comberti and Sir Trevor Pinnock.
He has worked with the Ensemble Baroque de Limoges, Concerto Köln, Ensemble Matheus, Orfeo 55 and Opus 5, amongst other ensembles.
Since 2006, he has been concertmaster with Les Musiciens du Louvre-Grenoble under Marc Minkowski. He also works with cellist Ophélie Gaillard and the ensemble Pulcinella, and guests as concertmaster with the Sinfonia Varsovia Orchestra.
Thibault Noally performs regularly with renowned singers such as Cecilia Bartoli, Anne Sofie von Otter, Jennifer Larmore and Philippe Jaroussky, and appears as a soloist at prestig- ious international venues (Paris Salle Pleyel, Madrid Auditorio Nacional, Vienna Staatsoper, Berlin Staatsoper, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Shanghai Concert Hall, Hong Kong Arts Centre, Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall, Aix-en-Provence Festival, Salzburg Mozartwoche, etc.).
At the Salzburg Mozartwoche in January 2011, he conducted Les Musiciens du Louvre-Grenoble in a programme with the countertenor Philippe Jaroussky.
Thibault Noally’s projects include various recitals with the harpsichordist Francesco Corti. In January 2013, during the Salzburg Mozartwoche, they began a concert cycle played on Mozart’s original instruments.
He has taken part in various recordings for Deutsche Grammophon and Naïve.