Saturday May 13, 2023 at 8 p.m.
Church of Saint-Roch in Paris
Trumpet concert at Saint-Roch church in Paris
with the sounders of the Débuché de Paris
Preceded by the Mass for the 50th anniversary of the Institut de la Maison Bourbon
with the sounders of the Trompes d'Yauville Rally
On the occasion of the exhibition “Louis XVI, Marie-Antoinette and the Revolution, the royal family at the Tuileries (1789-1792)” offered at the National Archives, at the Hôtel de Soubise in Paris, until November 6, 2023 , and the 50th anniversary of the creation of the Institut de la Maison de Bourbon, a recognized national association of public utility, the FRTM and the FITF sponsored the Débuché de Paris hunting horn concert.
The Rallye Trompes d'Yauville took part in the service, which was attended by the Duke of Anjou, leader of the Capétiens, sponsor of the Rallye Trompes d'Yauville, sponsorship granted in memory of d'Yauville who had been, for 56 years, commander of the hunting grounds of Kings Louis XV and Louis XVI.
A very large audience was able to attend the concert presented the same evening by the Débuché de Paris, conducted by Guillaume Caucat, who performed the main compositions of Sylvain Oudot, responding to various orders from the FRTM. Next to the Duke of Anjou, Sophie de Laporte, President of the FRTM, the Duke of Bauffremont, President of the Institute of the House of Bourbon, we noted the presence of Mrs Lily Martinet, project manager at the Ministry of Culture for the inclusion of the trumpet as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, Thomas Mouzard, Ethnology and Intangible Cultural Heritage Officer at the Ministry of Culture, François Favre, President of the Culture and UNESCO Commission of the International Federation of Trumpeters of France, Christian Conte, musical director of the Trompes des Vosges Rally…
During this concert, Le Lys Royal, composed by Sylvain Oudot in homage to the Duke of Anjou, and the Hymn to the Grand Oratory of the Louvre, on a quotation from À toi la gloire, a Protestant hymn par excellence, in memory of Sully, were premiered. and great Protestant crew masters such as, in the more recent past, Baron Alfred de Luze and his nephew Henri Cruse with the Rallye Saint Raphael, Baron Paul Clossmann and his son-in-law the Marquis du Vivier with the crew of Malleret, Pierre Vernes with the Rallye Nomade, or even Baron Henri Thuret with the Rallye de Crécy who hunted in Bourbonnais, around Lurcy-Lévis, where a great huntsman, Jacques de Montlivault, had distinguished himself in the way of the wolf.
Photo : Charles Plumey-Faye