“Launched by Aline d'Ambricourt in 1998, this website is dedicated to the music lovers and the enthusiasts about the world of the ancient keyboard instruments. …
Aline d’Ambricourt was introduced to music by her mother, Jacqueline Josse-Gaudet, a tutor at the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris, who joined Yvonne Loriot in taking lessons from Maurice Martenot himself on his famous Ondes Martenot. She attended the conservatories of Versailles (where she was taught by Agnelle Bundervoet), Saint-Cloud (receiving lessons from Richard Siegel), and Rueil-Malmaison, going on to study with Martine Chapuis, Laurence Boulay and Olivier Beaumont before completing her training with Christophe Rousset, Kenneth Gilbert and Bob van Asperen at Amsterdam’s Sweelinck Conservatory. …
Aline’s recording of works by Louis Marchand and François Couperin was highly praised by Gramophone.
She is the first musician to record Scarlatti sonatas on the famous Migliai harpsichord, a legendary instrument which is remarkably close in tone and timbre to the harpsichords used by Domenico Scarlatti himself. …”
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Category: Ensembles/Performers/Associations/Societies / Keyboards
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