Céphale et Procris (Jacquet de La Guerre, Elisabeth)

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 Complete Score
#289296 - 11.55MB, 191 pp. -  0.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (0) - V/V/V - 303x

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 Complete Score
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PMLP326302-Jacquet de La Guerre - Cephale et Procris (Antwerp copy).pdf
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First edition

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Paris: Christophe Ballard, 1694

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Public Domain [tag/del]

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#289296 - Copy from the Library of the Royal Conservatoire of Antwerp, which contains the four pages missing from BNF copy.

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PMLP326302-Jacquet de La Guerre - Cephale et Procris (Livret).pdf
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Christophe Ballard

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Paris: A l'Entrée de la Porte de l'Academie Royalle de Musique, 1694

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General Information

Work Title Céphale et Procris
Alternative Title Céphale et Procris, tragédie mise en musique
Composer Jacquet de La Guerre, Elisabeth
Movements/Sections 5 acts + prologue
Year/Date of Composition 1694 ?
First Performance 1694-03-17 in Paris: Académie Royale de Musique
First Publication 1694
Librettist Joseph-François Duché de Vancy (1668-1704)
Language French
Dedication Louis XIV
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation vocal soli + chorus, 5-part orchestra
(dessus de violons, hautes-contre, tailles, quintes, basses de violon)
External Links Wikipedia article
Extra Information Jacquet de La Guerre's original score was most likely written in five parts, after the tradition established by Lully. As only Ballard's partition reduite survives, however, only the upper two parts and the basse continue are extant.
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