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Author Lesne, Gérard. Vocalist.

Title French cantatas [electronic resource].

Published [S.l.] : Virgin Classics, 2005.

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 UniM INTERNET music  The Whole World    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 online resource.
Notes Secular solo cantatas with instrumental accompaniment.
Title from resource description page (viewed Feb. 7, 2013).
Contents Plainte sur la mort de Monseur Lambert (1696) / Du Buisson -- Pirame et Tisbé: Cantate / Louis-Nicolas Clerambault -- L'Amant timide : Cantate / Philippe Courbois -- Aminte et Lucrine : Cantata: Prélude: Tendrement et coulé- Air: Que mon destin, hélas, est déplorable! -- Aminte et Lucrine - Cantata: Récitatif: C'est ainsi que l'Amour -- Aminte et Lucrine : Cantata / Nicolas Bernier -- Les Festes bolonnoises : Cinqième cantate avex deux violins.
Performers Gerard Lesne, alto ; Il Seminario Musicale.
Notes Recorded at Eglise du Bon-Secours, Paris, April 1-4, 1997.
Other formats Previously released as a compact disc.
Language notes Sung in French.
Other author Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 A.D. or 18 A.D.
Fuzelier, M. (Louis), 1672-1752. Lyricist.
Moncrif, M. de (François Augustin), 1687-1770. Lyricist.
Bernier, Nicolas, 1665-1734. Cantates françoises, 7e livre. Aminte et Lucrine.
Clérambault, Louis Nicolas, 1676-1749. Cantates françoises, livre 2. Pirame et Tisbé.
Courbois, Philippe. Cantates françoises. Amant timide.
Dubuisson, -1710. Airs sérieux et à boire (1696). Plainte sur la mort de Monsieur Lambert.
Stuck, Jean-Baptiste, 1680-1755. Cantates françoises, livre 4. Festes bolonnoises.
Seminario musicale (Musical group) Performer.
Subject Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 A.D. or 18 A.D. -- Musical settings.
Fuzelier, M. (Louis), 1672-1752 -- Musical settings.
Moncrif, M. de (François Augustin), 1687-1770 -- Musical settings.
Solo cantatas, Secular (High voice)
Sound recordings.