André Campra, Jean-Philippe Rameau - L'Opera In Francia Nel '700 mp3 album
André Campra (French: ; baptized 4 December 1660 – 29 June 1744) was a French composer and conductor. Campra was one of the leading French opera composers in the period between Jean-Baptiste Lully and Jean-Philippe Rameau. He wrote several tragédies en musique and opéra-ballets that were extremely well received. He also wrote three books of cantatas as well as religious music, including a requiem.
Jean-Philippe Rameau: Jean-Philippe Rameau, French composer of the late Baroque period, best known today for his harpsichord music, operas, and works in other theatrical genres but in his lifetime also famous as a music theorist. Rameau’s father, Jean, played the organ for 42 years in various churches in Dijon and hoped. Rameau’s father, Jean, played the organ for 42 years in various churches in Dijon and hoped one day to see his son on a lawyer’s, rather than an organist’s, bench. These hopes were dashed by the boy’s deplorable performance in school. Abbé Pellegrin, whose biblical opera Jephté had been successfully set to music by Rameau’s rival Michel de Montéclair in 1732, was to become Rameau’s librettist for his first and in many ways finest opera, Hippolyte et Aricie.
Jean-Philippe Rameau, Les Indes galantes. In 1697, André Campra gave to the genre of the opéra-ballet its structure with the Europe galante. Yet its is thanks to Rameau and his librettist Louis Fuzelier that the opéra-ballet reached its apogee. By setting the several entrées in the Indes ("the Indies"), which mean in the broadest sense Persia, Turkey or even Peru, the two artists tried to give to their work a perfume of exoticism
Jean-Philippe Rameau. Video from France: Rameau 250th anniversary. There were no d stagings nor historical dance in any of the productions. Jean-Philippe Rameau: International Anniversary Conference. St. Hilda's College, Oxford. 11-14 September 2014.
André Campra France André Campra (Aix-en-Provence, December 4, 1660 ? June 29, 1744 in Versailles) was a French composer and conductor. Chronologically situated between Jean-Baptiste Lully (1632-1687) and Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764), Campra participated in the renewal of French opera. André Campra received his musical and religious training at the cathedral of Saint-Sauveur in Aix-en-Provence and became a priest in 1678.
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French composer baptised December 4, 1660 in Aix-en-Provence, died June 29, 1744 in Versailles.
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|A1||–André Campra||Aria: "La Farfalla" (Le Carneval De Venise)
Flute – M. Larrien*Orchestra – Orchestra Diretta Da J. F. Paillard*Soprano Vocals – E. Selig*
|A2||–Jean-Philippe Rameau||"Minuetto" (Platèe)|
|A3||–Jean-Philippe Rameau||"Musette" (Les Fètes D' Hèbè)|
|B1||–Jean-Philippe Rameau||"Tamburino" (Les Fètes D' Hèbè)
Directed By – F. Mahler*Orchestra – Orchestra Sinfonica Di Hartford*
|B2||–Jean-Philippe Rameau||Aria : "Brillant Soleil" (Les Indes Galantes)
Bass – J. Villisech*Coro – P. Caillard*Orchestra – J. F. Paillard*
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