Friday, 26 February 2016

AO Part VI.i: Volume 52 by Raymond Guiot [1983]

Classical chamber music here, I thought it might possibly be interesting, but overall too simplistic or baroque for my taste, perhaps about 18th century in style, before the Europeans discovered the beauty of chromatic notes and/or a slight spice of dissonance.  Note that the composer, Raymond Guiot, is different from the Dominique Guiot whose 2 utterly gorgeous library albums I uploaded earlier.

The oboes of Les Estaminets En Flandre {i.e. small cafes} are quite plaintive, as usual:


  1. mp3:

    for all you lossless lovers:

  2. I think you've been hankering after spring with all these April shares in February Julian! Kudos to you for the lossless.