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Lully, Jean-Baptiste Jean-Baptiste Lully
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(1632 - 1687)
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Lully, Jean-Baptiste: "Renaud Endormy" from "Amadis de Gaule" for Oboe & Strings

"Renaud Endormy" from "Amadis de Gaule" for Oboe & Strings
LWV 63 A2 S5
Jean-Baptiste Lully




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Composer :Jean-Baptiste LullyJean-Baptiste Lully (1632 - 1687)
Instrumentation :

Oboe, String orchestra

Style :

Renaissance

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Jean-Baptiste LullyMagatagan, Mike (1960 - )
Copyright :Public Domain
Jean-Baptiste Lully [or Loeillet] (1632 – 1687) was a Florentine-born French composer who spent most of his life working in the court of Louis XIV of France. He is considered the chief master of the French baroque style. Lully disavowed any Italian influence in French music of the period. He became a French subject in 1661.

Cadmus et Hermione is a tragédie en musique in a prologue and five acts by Jean-Baptiste Lully. The French-language libretto is by Philippe Quinault, after Ovid’s Metamorphoses. It was first performed on April 27, 1673, by the Paris Opera at the Jeu de paume de Béquet.

The prologue, in praise of King Louis XIV, represents him as Apollo slaying the Python of Delphi. The opera itself concerns the love story of Cadmus, legendary founder and king of Thebes, Greece, and Hermione (Harmonia), daughter of Venus and Mars. Other characters include Pallas Athene, Cupid, Juno, and Jupiter.

With Cadmus et Hermione, Lully invented the form of the tragédie en musique (also known as tragédie lyrique). From contemporary Venetian opera, Lully incorporated elements of comedy among the servants, elements which he would later avoid, as would subsequent reformers in Italian opera.

Amadis or Amadis de Gaule (Amadis of Gaul) is a tragédie en musique in a prologue and five acts by Jean-Baptiste Lully to a libretto by Philippe Quinault based on Nicolas Herberay des Essarts' adaptation of Garci Rodríguez de Montalvo's Amadis de Gaula. It was premiered by the Paris Opera at the Théâtre du Palais-Royal sometime from January 15 to 18, 1684. There was a later production at Versailles without scenery or machines in 1685.

Amadis was the first tragédie en musique to be based on chivalric rather than mythological themes; Lully's last three completed operas followed in this course. Louis XIV of France chose the theme. In the dance troupe the principal male dancers were Pierre Beauchamp, Louis-Guillaume Pécour and Lestang, and the principal female dancers were La Fontaine, Carré and Pesan. There were eight revivals of the opera in Paris between 1687 and 1771. Between 1687 and 1729 it was produced in Amsterdam, The Hague, Marseille, Rouen, Brussels, Lunéville, Lyon, and Dijon. Today the most famous aria from Amadis is Amadis' much anthologized monologue from act two, "Bois épais". At the beginning of the same act Arcabonne sings "Amour, que veux-tu de moy?", as once did 'every cook in France', according to Le Cerf de la Viéville (Comparaison, 1704–6)

Source: Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-Baptiste_Lully).

Although originally written for Ballet, I created this Arrangement of "Renaud Endormy" from "Amadis de Gaule" (LWV 63 A2 S5) for Oboe & Strings (2 Violins, 2 Violas, Cello & Bass).
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