Jean-Pierre Rampal, son of Marseille

Jean-Pierre Rampal is a classified musician, he invents, blends all the treasures from baroque to contemporary, enchants all ears, even Dolls Of American television. He is a renowned musician, having a huge discography with 150 to 200 concerts per year in his successful years. We are indebted to him for the popularity of the flute among young student musicians.

Jean-Pierre Rampal began playing the flute with his father, Joseph Rampal, who was a flute teacher in Marseille between the two wars, although this one did not want his son to become a flutist.

If Jean-Pierre Rampal developed his interest in music at a very young age, his parents saw him as a doctor. His father agreed to teach him because of the lack of students. After an initial apprenticeship in Marseille, Jean-Pierre Rampal entered the Paris Conservatory, which prevented him from being requisitioned during the war. In the midst of this turmoil, he joined his family in Marseille and finally considered a safe career: medicine …

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Two events have been organized this year to pay tribute to Jean-Pierre Rampal on his centenary.

In Vichy, the exhibition Jean-Pierre Rampal (1922 – 2000) and soloist in the Orchester du Grand Casino de Vichi Held in Musée de l’Opéra until November 27, 2022, and began his career as a solo artist, especially in Vichy.

Jean-Pierre Rampal will also be honored 6th edition of the International Flute Conference October 26 to 30, 2022 at the Darius Millhaud Conservatory in X-N-Provence, an event that brings together today’s best flutists and allows all flute lovers to participate in a variety of activities within 4 days: concerts, master-classes, conferences, workshops, exhibitions. .

Archive show

UnexpectedFrance Music, 1983
FluoroscopyFrance Inter, 1979

Musical programming:

Carl Philip Emanuel Bach
Flute music
Jean-Pierre Rampal (flute) – Paris Opera Chamber Orchestra – Hugget Dreyfus (Continued harpsichord)
dir Pierre Boulez
Record Harmonia Mundi GU HMO 30.545 Recorded 27 and 28/12/1963, Studio Hoche, Paris

Frederick Kuhlau
Grand Trio concert for 3 transverse flutes op 13 n ° 2: 1. Allegro not tanto
Jean-Pierre Rampal (transverse flute) – Aline Marion (transverse flute) – Maxence Lario (transverse flute)
Disc Jean-Pierre Rampal: Complete Erato Recording II. 1963-1969 / CD16

Johann Sebastian Bach
Sonata (party) for the minor’s oblique flute BWV 1013: 3. All over
Jean-Pierre Rampal (landscape flute)
Record Jean-Pierre Rampal: Complete Erato Recording I.1954-1963 / CD 6

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
G Major’s Concerto No.1 K 313: 1. Allegro maestoso – for diagonal flute and orchestra
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
dir Zubin Mehta

Francis Polenk
Sonata for flute and piano FP 164: 2. Cantilena. Quite slow
Jean-Pierre Rampal (flute)
Robert Vernon-Lacroix (piano)

Ludwig van Beethoven
Sonatas for two flutes
Joseph Rampal (flute) – Jean-Pierre Rampal (flute)
“First Modern Virtuoso” Box Set / CD2 / Track 22

Ludwig van Beethoven
Sonatas for two flutes
Joseph Rampal (flute) – Jean-Pierre Rampal (flute)
“First Modern VirtualSo” Box Set / CD2 / Track 23

Joseph Bodin de Boismartier
Concerto for 5 flutes in B Minor op 15 nº4: 3. Allegro
Jean-Pierre Rampal (flute) – Maxence Lario (flute) – Allen Marion (flute) – Joseph Rampal (flute) – Marius Beauff (flute)

Joseph Bodin de Boismartier
Concerto for 5 flutes in E Minor op 15 nº6: 2. Allegro
Jean-Pierre Rampal (flute) – Maxence Lario (flute) – Allen Marion (flute) – Joseph Rampal (flute) – Marius Beauff (flute)

Antoine Reicha
D Major Quartet op 12 (Sinfonico): 1. Allegro

Antoine Reicha
D Major Quartet op 12 (Sinfonico): 4. Closing

Antonio Vivaldi
Concerto for string flute and basso continu in C major RV 533 P 76: 1. Allegro molto
I am Solisti Veneti
dir Claudio Simeone

Antonio Vivaldi
Concerto for string flute and basso continu in C major RV 533 P 76: 2.Largo

Maurice Revel
Daphne and Chloe Orchestral Suite / Suite Number 2: Sunrise
Detroit Orchestra
dir Paul Pierre

Caesar Frank
Major at Sonata M8: 4. Allegreto Poco Moso

Andre Jolivet
Five mantras for a single flute – “To enrich the crop that will be born from the top that seeks the plow”

Gabriel Faure
Fancy Op 79
Jean-Pierre Rampal (transverse flute) – Annie D’Arco (piano)

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