Cantates françoises, Livre 2 (Bourgeois, Thomas-Louis)

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Publisher. Info. Paris: Pierre Ribou, 1718.
Misc. Notes Bibliothèque nationale de France, Musique (F-Pn): RISM A/I: B 3826
Fac-simile - Bibliothèque Nationale de France, D 1544.

Contient le première cantate “Zéphire et Flore” qui manque dans l’exemplaire ci-dessus.

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General Information

Work Title Cantates françoises
Alternative. Title
Composer Bourgeois, Thomas-Louis
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 4 cantatas (see below, Comments):
  1. (see below, Comments)
  2. Psiché (voice (C1 clef), "Violle seul ou Flute allemande", continuo)
  3. Phédre et Hippolyte (voice (C1 clef), orchestra (flutes, violins, violle, continuo))
  4. L'Amour et Psiché (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 (see contents list for specifics)
Extra Locations 3 Cantates séparées (Bourgeois, Thomas-Louis) (see below, Comments)

Navigation etc.

The first cantata in this set, which starts on p.21, is Psiché, is labelled "Cantate IIe". Phédre et Hippolyte (p.35) is unnumbered. L'Amour et Psiché is "Cantata IIIIe". Given the missing pp.3-20, there is a cantata missing. However, another set, at this page -- 3 Cantates séparées (Bourgeois, Thomas-Louis) -- has a copy of Psiché, also on a p.21, preceded by a cantata entitled Zéphire et Flore. Therefore, Zéphire et Flore must be the 1st cantata that is missing from this set.