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    Partita in C Minor, BWV 1013: I. Allemande
    Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis
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    Partita in C Minor, BWV 1013: II. Courante
    Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis
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    Partita in C Minor, BWV 1013: III. Sarabande
    Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis
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    Partita in C Minor, BWV 1013: IV. Gigue
    Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis
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    Sonata in D Minor, BWV 1017: I. Largo
    Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis / Mario Raskin
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    Sonata in D Minor, BWV 1017: II. Allegro
    Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis / Mario Raskin
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    Sonata in D Minor, BWV 1017: III. Adagio
    Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis / Mario Raskin
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    Sonata in D Minor, BWV 1017: IV. Allegro
    Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis / Mario Raskin
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    Sonata in G Major, BWV 1019: I. Allegro
    Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis / Mario Raskin
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    Sonata in G Major, BWV 1019: II. Largo
    Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis / Mario Raskin
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    Sonata in G Major, BWV 1019: III. Allegro (Cembalo solo)
    Mario Raskin
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    Sonata in G Major, BWV 1019: IV. Adagio
    Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis / Mario Raskin
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    Sonata in G Major, BWV 1019: V. Allegro
    Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis / Mario Raskin
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    Sonata in C Minor, BWV 1030: I. Andante
    Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis / Mario Raskin
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    Sonata in C Minor, BWV 1030: II. Largo e dolce
    Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis / Mario Raskin
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    Sonata in C Minor, BWV 1030: III. Presto
    Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis / Mario Raskin
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    Sonata in C Minor, BWV 1030: IV. Allegro
    Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis / Mario Raskin
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    Sonata in A Minor, BWV 1020: I. Allegro
    Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis / Mario Raskin
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    Sonata in A Minor, BWV 1020: II. Adagio
    Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis / Mario Raskin
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    Sonata in A Minor, BWV 1020: III. Allegro
    Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis / Mario Raskin
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Artists contributing to this release
Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis

Nathalie ROTSTEIN-RAGUIS
http://rotstein-raguis.com/

Elle etudie a Paris la flute a bec et l'interpretation aupres de Berry Hayward et d'Antoine Geoffroy-Dechaume, claveciniste et musicologue.

Elle obtient une medaille d'or et le prix d'Excellence a l'unanimite au Conservatoire National de Region de Rueil-Malmaison, ainsi que le Diplome d'Etat en instruments anciens.

Elle passe sa licence de musicologie a l'universite de Paris-IV Sorbonne, puis enseigne a la Scola Cantorum a Paris pendant quatre annees, avant d'enseigner en conservatoire dans la region parisienne.

Elle realise des directions artistiques entre-autre pour le label LFM ?La Follia Madrigal? des oeuvres de Josse Boutmy LFM 30301 et de Pancrace Royer LFM 40401 avec au clavecin Mario Raskin; Oeuvres pour mandoline seule par Florentino Calvo.

Elle participe a plusieurs enregistrements du Berry Hayward Consort consacres notamment a la musique italienne de l'epoque de Frescobaldi et a la musique de Juan del Encina.

En 2012, elle sort pour le label La Follia Madrigal LFM 12031, un disque consacre a la Partita et aux sonates de J.S. Bach pour flute a bec et clavecin oblige, avec le claveciniste Mario Raskin.

Elle joue en concert durant de nombreuses annees lors des ?Saisons Musicales de Montsoreau? notamment avec le claveciniste Mario Raskin, et joue dans diverses formations.

Elle publie en 2007 aux editions Henry Lemoine une methode de flute a bec soprano.

Elle enseigne la flute a bec et la musique ancienne dans les conservatoires des villes de Plaisir (78) depuis 1991 et du Kremlin-Bicetre (94) depuis 1997.

Mario Raskin

Mario RASKIN
http://mario-raskin.com

Mario Raskin est ne a Buenos Aires.

Il fait ses etudes musicales, (harmonie, contrepoint, analyse et composition)
au Conservatoire National de la capitale argentine.
Il choisit tres tot le clavecin comme instrument principal.

En 1978, a l?occasion d?une tournee, Rafael Puyana le rencontre a Buenos Aires et l?invite a participer, en tant que boursier, aux stages qui se deroulent dans le cadre des Festivals de Grenade et de Saint-Jacques de Compostelle.
Il s?installe ensuite a Paris pour poursuivre sa formation aupres du claveciniste colombien.

En 1980, a l?occasion d?un stage anime par Kenneth Gilbert et Scott Ross, il est invite par ce dernier a continuer ses etudes a l?Universite Laval de Quebec.
Sous sa direction, il y obtient une maitrise en interpretation en 1983.

Depuis, installe definitivement a Paris, il mene une carriere de claveciniste soliste.
Il donne des recitals et egalement des concerts de musique de chambre dans de nombreuses villes d?Europe et d'Amerique :
Montreal, Quebec, Barcelone, Alcala de Henares, Malte, Bruxelles, Amsterdam, Nuremberg, et dans de nombreuses villes de France.

Mario Raskin a donne egalement des recitals et anime des Master Class a Skopje et a Buenos Aires.

Par ailleurs, il a cree avec le claveciniste Oscar Milani, son compatriote, le duo ?Raskin-Milani?.

Ils se produisent regulierement en France et en Allemagne.
Ils sont notamment les createurs des transcriptions des oeuvres de Piazzolla et de Bach jouees a deux clavecins.

Il a cree en 1996 la ?Saison Musicale de Montsoreau? (Maine et Loire).
Il en a assure la direction artistique pendant sept ans.

Il enseigne le clavecin a l?ecole de musique de Joinville-le-Pont depuis 1989.
Il a enregistre des oeuvres de Duphly, Forqueray, Soler, Bach, Boutmy, Royer, et les ?desormais celebres? Tangos de Piazzolla a deux clavecins.

Nathalie Rotstein-Raguis

Nathalie ROTSTEIN-RAGUIS
http://rotstein-raguis.com/

She studied the recorder technique and interpretation with Berry Hayward and the harpsichordist-musicologist Antoine Geoffroy-Dechaume.

She received a gold medal and a unanimous Prix d?Excellence at the Regional Conservatory of Rueil-Malmaison, as well as the State Diploma in early instruments.

She earned a Bachelors degree (licence) at the Sorbonne (Universite de Paris IV), subsequently teaching at the Schola Cantorum for four years, prior to conservatories teaching in the Paris region.

She was artistic director for among others the La Follia Madrigal label in works of Josse Boutmy (LFM 30301) and Pancrace Royer (LFM 40401) with the harpsichordist Mario Raskin, and in works for mandolin solo played by Florentino Calvo.

In addition she participated in several recordings by the Berry Hayward Consort devoted particularly to Italian music from the time of Frescobaldi and to music by Juan del Encina.

In 2012 she issued on the La Follia Madrigal label a record (LFM 12031) devoted to the Partita and to sonatas by J.?S. Bach for recorder and obbligato keyboard accompaniment, with the harpsichordist Mario Raskin.

For several years she has played in concert during the Saisons Musicales de Montsoreau, particularly with the harpsichordist Mario Raskin, performing as well in other ensembles.

In 2007 she published a soprano recorder method with Editions Henry Lemoine.

She has taught recorder and early music in the municipal conservatories in Plaisir (Yvelines) since 1991 and Kremlin-Bicetre (Essonne) since 1997.

Mario Raskin

Mario RASKIN http://mario-raskin.com

Mario Raskin was born in Buenos Aires and received his musical training (harmony, counterpoint, analysis and composition) at the National Conservatory in the Argentinian capital, choosing the harpsichord early on as his main instrument.

In the course of a 1978 concert tour Rafael Puyana met him in Buenos Aires and invited him to participate as a fellowship recipient in the sessions that take place within the Granad and Santiago de Compostela Festivals. He then moved to Paris for further training with the Columbian harpsichordist.

In 1980, on the occasion of an academy led by Kenneth Gilbert and Scott Ross, he was invited by the latter to pursue his studies at the University of Laval, Quebec. Under his direction, he earned a Masters in Performance in 1983.

Since then, residing permanently in Paris, he has pursued a career as a harpsichord soloist, giving recitals and chamber music concerts in numerous cities of Europe and the Americas: Montreal, Quebec, Barcelona, Alcala de Henares, Malte, Brussels, Amsterdam, Nuremberg and numerous cities in France.

Mario Raskin has also given recitals and led master classes in Skopje and Buenos Aires.

In addition, with his compatriot Oscar Milani he founded the ?Raskin-Milani? duo which performs regularly in France and Germany.
They have in particular premiered transcriptions of works by Piazzolla and Bach performed on two harpsichords.

In 1996 he created the Saison Musicale de Montsoreau (Maine et Loire) and was Artistic Director thereof for seven years.

He has taught harpsichord at the music school in Joinville-le-Pont since 1989 and has recorded works by Duphly, Forqueray, Soler, Bach, Boutmy, Royer, and the henceforth famous Tangos by Piazzolla for two harpsichords.