3 Cantates séparées (Bourgeois, Thomas-Louis)

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Publisher. Info. Paris: Le Clerc, 1718.
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Misc. Notes Bibliothèque nationale de France, Musique (F-Pn): D-1545
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Work Title 3 Cantates séparées
Alternative. Title
Composer Bourgeois, Thomas-Louis
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 cantatas:
  1. Zéphire et Flore (voice (C1 clef), orchestra (flûte allemande, pettites flûtes ou flageolets, violons, continuo))
  2. Psiché (voice (C1 clef), violle seul ou flutte allemande, continuo)
  3. (missing cantata, link is below (see Comments))
  4. L’Amour et Psiché "a deux voix sans symphonie" (2 voices (C1, C3 clefs), continuo; although this specifies "sans simphonie" at the beginning, there are later indications for "viole seul")
First Publication. 1718
Language French
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation voices, instruments
Extra Locations Cantates françoises, Livre 2 (Bourgeois, Thomas-Louis) (see below, Comments)

Misc. Comments

Psiché starts on p.21 of this set, and also on p.21 of this set -- Cantates françoises, Livre 2 (Bourgeois, Thomas-Louis). Given that that set is missing pp.1-20, Zéphire et Flore must be the missing 1st cantata of that set. However, this set jumps from p.34 to 57, and the next cantata, L'Amour et Psiché, is labelled "Cantate IIIIe". So this set is missing the third cantata, which is in the other set (click on the above link). The missing cantata is called Phédre et Hippolyte.