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Orchestre de chambre de Paris
François Leleux  oboe and direction
Isabelle Moretti  harp    

The salons of 1800 were wild about this elegant concerto for harp by Boieldieu, flanked here by Mozart


Lebrun Oboe Concerto N° 1
Mozart  Symphony No. 25 K. 183
Boieldieu  Harp Concerto
Mozart  Concerto for flute and harp K. 299

Oboist François Leleux, one of the greatest exponents of the instrument, invites us on a journey around the fringes of classicism. It begins with the discovery of two works: the concerto for oboe by German composer Ludwig August Lebrun, a contemporary of Mozart, followed by the transcription for oboe of the latter’s famous Concerto for Flute and Harp. What dominates in these works is the art of song, which also informs the Concerto for Harp by François-Adrien Boieldieu and provides a contrast with Mozart’s Symphony No. 25. The symphony’s breathless and violently expressive rhythms already herald the first stirrings of Romanticism. 



Eric Ruf

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