Harmonie Universelle

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Saturday, April 19, 2008

This Concert from the Frick Collection features the New York debut of Baroque Chamber ensemble Harmonie Universelle. Comprised of musicians from both Europe and the Americas, Harmonie Universelle takes a fresh approach to the sound of 17th and 18th century music, described as "simultaneously sensual and seductive, sensitive and homogeneous" by Diapason magazine.

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Comments [3]

Andra Crawford from Las Vegas, NV

This is so gorgeous, especially for a starving person. Thank you

Jul. 30 2008 03:47 PM
Mike Sklansky from Burbank, California

Dear Georgia,
Harmonie Universelle's recording of 12 Vivaldi Violin Concertos will be available in the US in August 2008.

May. 29 2008 03:50 PM
georgia tenore from ramsey, new jersey

This is one of the most beautiful concerts I have ever heard. It would be a shame if it was not recorded. I can't seem to find any recorded music by this group on cd to purchase. Can anyone help?

Apr. 29 2008 09:34 AM

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