Jean-Philippe Rameau, François Chaumette, Marie Kosma-Merlin - Rameau Raconté Aux Enfants album FLAC
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Ensemble Jean-Philippe Rameau, Versonnex, Rhone-Alpes, France.
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. Be on the lookout for your Britannica newsletter to get trusted stories delivered right to your inbox. More About Jean-Philippe Rameau. 9 references found in Britannica articles.
Jean-Philippe Rameau in Biographical Summaries of Notable People. Jean-Philippe Rameau. Collection: Biographical Summaries of Notable People. Claude François Rameau, Marie Louise Rameau, Alexandre Rameau, Marie Alexandrine De Gaultier (née Rameau), Unknown De Rameau. view all. Immediate Family. He lived with his wife and two of his children in his large suite of rooms in Rue des Bons-Enfants, which he would leave every day, lost in thought, to take a solitary walk in the nearby gardens of the Palais-Royal or the Tuileries. Sometimes he would meet the young writer Chabanon, who noted some of Rameau's disillusioned confidential remarks: "Day by day, I'm acquiring more good taste, but I no longer have any genius" and "The imagination is worn out in my old head; it's not wise at this age wanting to practise arts that are nothing but imagination.
The performance features Cyrille Dubois as Pygmalion, Marie-Claude Chappuis as Céphise, Céline Scheen as La Statue, and Eugénie Warnier as L'Amour, and their attractive singing is always clear and easy to follow with the libretto in French and English. The filler work is an orchestral suite taken from Les Fêtes de Polymnie, Rameau's 1745 ballet héroïque, which is purely instrumental and celebratory in character.
Jean-Philippe Rameau was one of the most important French composers and music theorists of the Baroque era. He replaced Jean-Baptiste Lully as the dominant composer of French opera and is also considered the leading French composer for the harpsichord of his time, alongside François Couperin. Rameau's top 10 list. 01 Gavotte and Variations. 02 Suite in A minor, RCT 5. 03 Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin. 04 Pièces de clavecin en concerts. 05 Pièces de clavecin avec une méthode.
Rameau was notoriously careful with money. Having amassed a small fortune, by the time of his death he owned just a few clothes, a single pair of worn-out shoes and a harpsichord that was seriously in need of repair. Rameau belongs to that select group of composers – alongside Bruckner and Franck – who produced little of any real significance before they were 40 years of age. Although he could play the harpsichord before he could read or write and was actively encouraged by his father (along with 10 other siblings!), Jean-Philippe was enrolled in a Jesuit school with the ultimate aim of his becoming a lawyer. Jean-Philippe Rameau: Les Indes Galantes.
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