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Christina Pluhar

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Moulinié: Paisible et ténébreuse nuit Christina Pluhar, L'Arpeggiata, Philippe Jaroussky 03:59
L'Annonciation Christina Pluhar 02:32
Bach, JS: "Komm, süsser Tod, komm, sel'ge Ruh", BWV 478 Christina Pluhar 02:28
Traditional: La llorona (Arr. Pluhar) Christina Pluhar, L'Arpeggiata, Vincenzo Capezzuto 04:38
Bembo: Habbi pietà di me Christina Pluhar, L'Arpeggiata, Céline Scheen 04:48
Leonarda: Nive puer (Excerpts) [Arr. Pluhar] Christina Pluhar, L'Arpeggiata, Benedetta Mazzucato 05:44
Caccini: Così, perfida Alcina Christina Pluhar, L'Arpeggiata, Luciana Mancini 02:45
Anonymus: Chiaccona a 4 in C Major Christina Pluhar 04:29
Traditional: Jácara. "No hay que decirle el primor" Christina Pluhar, L'Arpeggiata, Céline Scheen, Luciana Mancini 02:16
Traditional: La canzone di Cecilia (Arr. Pluhar) Christina Pluhar, L'Arpeggiata, Vincenzo Capezzuto 06:21

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Austrian harpist, lutenist and theorbo player Christina Pluhar (b. 1965) specializes in early instruments, for which she has a genuine passion. Living in Paris since 1992, she founded the L'Arpeggiata ensemble in 2000, with the aim of promoting early and baroque music and bringing these genres together with traditional music and even jazz. This initiative has won her the support of critics and audiences alike, who have raved about her albums Homo Fugit Velut Umbra (2002), La Tarentella (2004), Teatro d'Amore (2008), featuring Monteverdi, and Via Crucis (2010), with Philippe Jaroussky. In 2012, Christina Pluhar's world music tour takes in South America with Los Pajaros Perdidos, and the following year southern Europe with Mediterraneo. Ten years after All' Improvviso (2004), which combined baroque music and jazz, the musician redoubled her audacity with Music for a While - Improvisations on Purcell. She was equally successful two years later with Orfeo - Chaman.