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Spanish philosopher (1235-1315)

French composer (born in Italy) who was the court composer to Louis XIV and founded the national French opera (1632-1687)

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Schmidt ("The Geographical Spread of Lully's Operas during the Late Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries: New Evidence from the Livrets," Jean-Baptiste Lully and the Music of the French Baroque: Essays in Honor of James R.
It is associated with composers such as Johann Sebastian Bach, Antonio Vivaldi, Jean-Baptiste Lully, George Frideric Handel, Arcangelo Corelliy, Claudio Monteverdi, Jean-Philippe Rameau and Henry Purcell.
And that role was fulfilled by Jean-Baptiste Lully (Boris Terral), a bisexual Italian who'd fled his homeland and whose elegant tunes and fawning manner had got him chummy with the young king.
Louis XIV Benoit Magimel Jean-Baptiste Lully Boris Terral Moliere Tcheky Karyo Anne of Austria Colette Emmanuelle Madeleine Cecile Bois Julie Claire Keim Cambert Johan Leysen Prince de Conti Idwig Stephane Young Louis XIV Emil Tarding With: Jacques Francois, Caroline Veyt, Ingrid Rouif, Veronique Maille.
In 1653, Beauchamps danced alongside his royal pupil in the Ballet de la nuit, a work that also marked the court debut of Jean-Baptiste Lully, a rising star with whom Beauchamps's future career would be closely linked.
It was first performed as Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme in 1670 with music by Jean-Baptiste Lully and was published in 1671.
The process of preparing Jean-Baptiste Lully's ballets for We new edition of his complete works' has brought out a number of notational and textual questions that have direct relevance for future performances.
Lastly, in an often melancholy season of retrospection, commemoration and mourning, it was particularly fitting that William Christie's company, Les Arts Florissants, reperformed its revival of Jean-Baptiste Lully's Atys at the Brooklyn Academy of Music last March.
1687: Jean-Baptiste Lully, composer, died from an abscess on his foot caused by striking it with the stick he used to conduct.
His greatest accomplishments were participating in a cultural network that included artists and scholars from across Europe, undertaking projects such as a two-volume history of music and the critical edition of the complete works of Jean-Baptiste Lully, and creating and overseeing La revue musicale for twenty years.
Jean-Baptiste Lully's 1686 tragedie lyrique, Armide, opened the 2008-09 season at the Theatre des Champs-Elysees in a new Robert Carsen production that simplified the costumes and props by using only two colors for both--red and pearly grey.
Also, Collegium Musicum will perform French Baroque music and music in the French style, including "La Grotte de Versailles" by Jean-Baptiste Lully.
The film charts the relationship between Louis (Benoit Magimel) and his favoured composer, the bisexual Italian Jean-Baptiste Lully (Boris Terral), and focuses especially on the way the fawning Lully's overweaning ambition, egotism and pride led him to turn against his friend and collaborator Moliere (Tcheky Karyo).
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