Musicians of Saint Julien

Irish Baroque Music

Irish Baroque Music

Saturday 9 September 2017

20h30

Church of Lonlay-l'Abbaye

Your concert...

 Interpreters

MUSICIANS OF SAINT JULIEN
Robert GETCHELL, ténor
François LAZAREVITCH, direction, flûtes traversières,
tin wistle, small pipes
Graham MACKENZIE, violin
Marie BOURNISIEN, harp baroque
Valentin TOURNET, viole de gambe
Romain FALIK, luth et orpharion

 Programming

The High Road to Kilkenny
Thomas CONNELLAN, William CONNELLAN, David MURPHY, John & William NEAL, Turlough O’CAROLAN, James OSWALD et John PEACOCK

Musicians of Saint-Julien meander between learned and refined pieces, songs and baroque Gaelic dances. Irish music carries with it the print of an insular poetry and an turbulent history. This is what testify this jubilant and captivating program, for which François Lazarevitch studied original texts and collections of the 17th and 18th centuries. Lullabies, bard songs and hymns to nature recount the love, the seasons but also the occupation and the exile.

Co-production Musicians of Saint-Julien, Irish Cultural Center in Paris created with the help of Spedidam. Musicians of Saint-Julien are agreed by the Ministry of Culture and Communication - DRAC of Normandy and the Region of Normandy. The Caisse des Dépôts is the principal sponsor of Musicians of Saint-Julien.
Video : With autorisation of Alpha 
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Abbatial church of Lonlay l'Abbaye...

The history of the Town is inseparable from the one of its Abbey founded at the beginning of the 11th century. Built in a judiciously chosen place and surrounded by the river "l'Egrenne", it had an undeniable spiritual and material radiance in the region and even in England. The Abbey knew the misfortunes of time and history: fires, pillaging, distancing from commendatory abbots... There were only three monks at the time of the Revolution. Nowadays, there remains the abbey church, which remains a thousand-year-old witness of the architectural evolution.

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