2 edition of Cantatas by Louis-Nicolas found in the catalog.
Cantatas by Louis-Nicolas
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The Codex Canadensis and the Writings of Louis Nicolas book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Part art, part science, part anthro /5(5). Rameau and Telemann are familiar names; that of Louis-Nicolas Clérambault somewhat less so. Two Clérambault cantatas book-ended today's program, sung by tenor Zachary Wilder. Clérambault wrote twenty-five cantatas in all, often drawing upon mythological tales for his narratives.
Four major french cantatas from the 17th. and 18th. centuries. $ French cantatas from the 18th. century , Analekta, FL2 Greek legends set to music by: Louis-Nicolas Clérambault, André Campra, Michel Pignolet de Montéclair. The French chamber cantata can best be understood as an opera in miniature, in which a small number. Clerambault, Louis Nicolas. & Tunley, David. & University of Western Australia. Department of Music. , Orphee [music]: cantata for high voice, flute, violin and continuo / Louis-Nicolas Clerambault ; edited by David Tunley. Wikipedia Citation.
Louis-Nicolas Clérambault came from and later added to a family known for its musical service Book for the Harpsichord in In , he produced the first of his five books of cantatas (his second was in , his third in , his fourth in , and the last in ), as well as. Louis-Nicolas Clérambault was a prolific composer of cantatas: 25 are known from his pen, published in five volumes, with five printed independently. Pigmalion is from the second book and scored for bass, transverse flute, violin and bc. It is about the sculptor Pygmalion from Cyprus who falls in love with the statue he has created.
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Cantates françoises, Book 3 (Clérambault, Louis-Nicolas) Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 4 cantatas Apollon (Cantate pour le Roy) Zephire et Flore L'Isle de Délos La Mort d'Hercule First Publication Genre Categories:Composer: Clérambault, Louis-Nicolas. Cantates françoises, Book 1 Alt ernative.
Title Cantates françoises à I. et II. voix avec simphonie et sans simphonie, Livre Premier Composer Clérambault, Louis-Nicolas: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. None [force assignment] Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 6 cantatas: L'Amour piqué par une abeille (soprano, continuo)Composer: Clérambault, Louis-Nicolas.
Louis-Nicolas Clerambault, Julianne Baird, Music's Recreation - Clerambault: Dramatic Cantatas - Music. 50+ videos Play all Mix - Louis-Nicolas Clérambault. Cantata Book II No. 1: Alphée et Aréthuse (ca. ) YouTube Bach, Cello suite No. 1 (complete) Cantatas by Louis-Nicolas book Music - Duration: Genre/Form: Cantatas, Secular Secular cantatas Cantatas Scores: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Clérambault, Louis Cantatas by Louis-Nicolas book, Cantatas.
Clerambault is probably best known for his cantatas, two of which are featured on this cd. La Mort d'Hercule and Polipheme are relatively well recorded, and these versions are among the best.
19,Paris—died Oct. 26,Paris), French composer and organist whose secular chamber cantatas, his most important works, are esteemed for their grace and feeling. Clérambault was organist at several Paris churches and at Saint-Cyr and held the post of music superintendent to Mme de Maintenon.
His cantatas, published in five volumes ( Cantatas. Responsibility: by Louis-Nicolas Clérambault. Cantatas: separate cantatas / by André Cardinal Destouches.
Cantatas: Cantates françoises: à voix seule avec simphonie, book 1 () / by Jean-Philippe Rameau ; [edited by David Tunley]. Louis-Nicolas Clérambault (19 December – 26 October ) more than 25 secular cantatas on subjects often inspired by Greco-Roman myths; sonatas for violin and basso continuo: a book of dance pieces for the harpsichord () Born: 19 DecemberParis, France.
Resources by Louis Nicolas Clérambault () L'isle de delos: cantata book 3, no. 3 / Clerambault Clerambault, Louis-Nicolas, [ Book: ]. Louis-Nicolas Clérambault Composer Gilles Ragon Amalia Ensemble Isabelle Poulenard: Author: Nicholas Anderson.
This is the third disc of cantatas by Clerambault to have been issued in the past year or so. (Book II, ), L'Isle de Delos (Book III, ), and Apollon et Doris (Book IV, ). The first two of these are duplicated in the. This page lists all recordings of Polipheme - Cantata for Voice and Instruments, Book I, No.
4 by Louis-Nicolas Clérambault (). The first edition of this book has become the classic study of one of the most popular musical forms in early 18th-century France, not only because it documents and examines its considerable repertoire for the first time, but also because it places the genre in the.
Inhe published his Book of Airs, followed by his Book for the Harpsichord in Inhe produced the first of his five books of cantatas (his second was inhis third inhis fourth inand the last in ), as well as his Book for the Organ.
Find Louis-Nicolas Clérambault biography and history on for the music for the king's private concerts. Inhe published his Book of Airs, followed by his Book for the Harpsichord in Inhe produced the first of his five books of cantatas (his second was inhis third inhis fourth inand the last in Creation Information.
Clérambault, Louis-Nicolas, Context. This score is part of the collection entitled: Virtual Music Rare Book Room and was provided by UNT Music Library to UNT Digital Library, a digital repository hosted by the UNT Libraries. Louis-Nicolas studied music with André Raison and Jean-Baptiste Moreau, and around he was appointed surintendantfor Louis XIV; in this position he organized concerts and composed a.
Le retour d'Eurydice aux enfers, for soprano, 2 violins or 2 flutes, and basso continuo (after ; an afterpiece for Louis-Nicolas Clérambault's Orphée (, from the first book of cantatas)) Pièces choisies [ ] tant pour l'orgue et le clavecin, que pour toutes sortes d'instruments de musique (Paris, ): 5 large organ pieces (Simphonies).
Orphée from Cantatas françoises (Book 1) Louis-Nicolas Clérambault - Cantata No. 3 of Book I: Orphée 루이-니콜라 클레랑보 - 칸타타: 오르페 (오르페우스) 루이-니콜라 클레랑보 (Louis-Nicolas Clérambault)는 프랑스의 바로크 작곡가이며 오르간 및 겸 쳄발로 연주자였다. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Clérambault: Cantatas & Simphonias - Luc Coadou, Soloists of Le Concert Spirituel on AllMusic - Louis-Nicolas Clérambault.
cantata for voice & ensemble (Book 1, No. 4) Louis-Nicolas Clérambault. Luc Coadou / Soloists of Le Concert Spirituel.CLERAMBAULT: Cantatas and Simphonias by Louis-Nicolas Clérambault. Listen to classical music CDs online.Louis-Nicolas Clérambault was a French musician, born and died in Paris more than 25 secular cantatas on subjects often inspired by Greco-Roman myths; () in which he adopted the tradition of the unmeasured prelude; a book of organ pieces in two suites () in which melodic charm wins out over religious spirit.