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  1. Thesée: Tragedie En Musique, Ornée D'entrées De Ballet, De Machines, & De Changemens De Theatre. Representée Devant Sa Majesté À Fontainebleau.. (French Edition) by Philippe Quinault, Jean Baptiste Lully, 2010-03-29
  2. Jean-Baptiste Lully and the Music of the French Baroque: Essays in Honor of James R. Anthony
  3. Atys,: Tragedie En Musique. Ornée D'entrées De Ballet, De Machines, & De Changemens De Théatre (French Edition) by Philippe Quinault, Jean Baptiste Lully, 2010-04-20
  4. Alceste Ou Le Triomphe D'Alcide: Tragedie (1701) (French Edition) by Philippe Quinault, Jean Baptiste Lully, 2010-09-10
  5. Jean-Baptiste Lully by Jérôme de La Gorce, 2002-04-16
  6. Jean-Baptiste Lully: Founder of the French Opera by Ralph Henry Forster Scott, 1973-06-07
  7. Thesee Tragedie En Musique (1702) (French Edition) by Jean Baptiste Lully, Philippe Quinault, 2010-09-10
  8. Jean-Baptiste Lully.(Jean-Baptiste Lully: Persee)(Jean-Philippe Rameau: Les Indes galantes)(Video recording review): An article from: Notes by Rob Haskins, 2006-09-01
  9. Alceste Ou Le Triomphe D'alcide: Tragédie. Representée Deuant Sa Majesté À Fontainebleau (French Edition) by Philippe Quinault, Jean Baptiste Lully, 2010-03-23
  10. Operas by Jean-Baptiste Lully: Psyché, Armide, Roland, Phaëton, Alceste, Achille et Polyxène, Amadis, Acis et Galatée, Persée, Thésée, Atys
  11. Alceste: Tragedie Mise En Musique (French Edition) by Jean Baptiste Lully, 2007-01
  12. Air Tendre Sheet Music by Jean-Baptiste Lully, 2009-06-27
  13. Quare Fremuerunt Gentes, Notus in Judaea Deus, Exaudiat Te Dominus (Latin Edition) by Jean-Baptiste Lully, 1997-01
  14. Isis: Tragedie Mise En Musique (French Edition) by Jean Baptiste Lully, 2007-01

1. Jean-Baptiste Lully - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Jean-Baptiste Lully Jean-Baptiste de Lully [ʒɑ̃batist də lyˈli] Italian Giovanni Battista di Lulli ) (28 November 1632 – 22 March 1687) was an Italian-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 Baroque French style and he disavowed any Italian influence in French music of the period. He became a French subject in 1661.
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Portrait of Jean Baptiste Lully around the 1670s, shows the composer in middle age Lully, son of a poor miller, was born in Florence Italy . Lully had little education, but he learned basic techniques on the guitar , originally taught by a Franciscan friar of Florence. Later in France, he learned how to play the violin , and to dance. In 1646, he was discovered by Roger de Lorraine, the chevalier de Guise, son of Charles, Duke of Guise , and was taken to France , where he entered the services of Mademoiselle de Montpensier ( la Grande Mademoiselle as a scullery -boy and Italian-language teacher. With the help of this princess, his talent increased. He studied the theory of music under

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Seventeenthcentury composer Jean Baptiste Lully established the basic principles of French opera, but his career declined as the result of a homosexual scandal.
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Lully, Jean-Baptiste (1632-1687) Jean-Baptiste Lully (1632-1687), although not the first to compose French opera, through his own works established its basic principles. His influence on opera throughout Europe was immense, but his career declined as the result of a homosexual scandal. Sponsor Message. sr_adspace_id = 3294807; sr_adspace_width = 300; sr_adspace_height = 250; sr_adspace_type = "graphic"; sr_ad_new_window = true; In 1661, Lully became a French citizen and was named Master of the King's Music. The following year he married the daughter of Michel Lambert, a prominent singer and composer of vocal music at the French court. They had six children (three boys and three girls), and Lully seems to have been a good father and provider in spite of numerous extramarital activities with both men and women. In 1673, Lully staged his first opera

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7. Jean Baptiste Lully — Infoplease.com
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8. Lully: Grands Motets, Vol. 3 At MusicalHeritage.com
Lully Grands Motets, Vol. 3 1. Les noces de village, ballet, LWV 19 by Lully, JeanBaptiste Ensemble Le Concert Spirituel Orchestra Chorus
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9. Lully, Jean Baptiste
JeanBaptiste de Lully, originally Giovanni Battista di Lulli (November 28, 1632 – March 22, 1687), was a French composer of Italian birth, who spent most of his life working in the
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Jump to: navigation search Previous (Jean Anouilh) Next (Jean Baudrillard) Jean-Baptiste Lully. Jean-Baptiste de Lully , originally Giovanni Battista di Lulli (November 28, 1632 – March 22, 1687), was a French composer of Italian birth, who spent most of his life working in the court of Louis XIV of France . He became a French subject in 1661. Lully greatly influenced opera in France as the Director of the Academic Royale de Musique in Paris and collaborated with librettists such as Moliere to produce dramas such as lyric tragedies and operas which made him the most famous French operatic composer of the seventeenth century. If the task of a conductor can be summed up in a simple fashion, it is bringing a sense of "oneness" to the performance of a given musical work. Lully is generally considered the first important modern conductor, and his ensemble, les petit-violon , was the precursor to what would become the modern symphony orchestra Lully's penchant for exactitude in performance won him many admirers. He may have been the first conductor to insist on uniform bowings in which each string section bows musical phrase the same manner. This technique, known as premier coup d'archet (first stroke of the bow) became a defining characteristic of his conducting philosophy. This tradition, as introduced by Lully, became the fashion in orchestral playing in Europe and is generally practiced to this day. By providing a specific performing directive for his ensemble, Lully and his musicians were manifesting a subject-object reality within their relationship. Though

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Lully, Jean Baptiste c.1632 1687 Italian-born French court composer who molded Italian opera music to suit the French text. Established the French ouverture, which served as
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Lully , Jean Baptiste c.1632 - 1687
Italian-born French court composer who molded Italian opera music to suit the French text. Established the French ouverture, which served as model for subsequent composers. In 1653 Lully was employed by the "Sun King," Louis XIV, as composer to the royal court. Eight years later he was elevated to director of the royal chamber music, and one year after that to music teacher of the royal family. Lully was director of Paris's Academie royale de musique, in which position he exerted a great influence upon opera in France. His output is primarily operatic, including some collaborative works with Moliere. In addition, Lully composed ballets, sacred vocal pieces, and incidental music for the theater. www link :
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Generally regarded as the greatest French musical dramatist but best remembered as a Baroque composer for harpsicord. Rameau replaced Jean-Baptiste Lully as the dominant composer of French opera and he is also considered the leading French author of music for the harpsichord of his time. In 1720s he won fame as a major theorist of music with his "Treatise on Harmony".

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Lully, Jean Baptiste (zh N b tēst` l lē`), 1632–87, French operatic composer, b. Florence, Italy. His name originally was Giovanni Battista Lulli.
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13. Lully, Jean-Baptiste: Biography
Brief biography and internal links to related material from Timothy A. Smith's Sojourn pages.
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In 1653, after his education with Roberday and Gigault, Lully was employed by the "Sun King," Louis XIV, as composer to that illustrious court. Eight years later he was elevated to director of the royal chamber music , and one year after that to music teacher of the royal family. Lully was director of Paris's Acadmie royale de musique , in which position he exerted a tremendous influence upon opera in France. His output is primarily operatic, including some collaborative works with Molire. In addition, Lully composed ballets , sacred vocal pieces, and incidental music for the theater.
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The following sources are recommended by a librarian whose research specialty is the French Baroque composer Jean Baptiste Lully.
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The Jean Baptiste Lully Collection . A multimedia thematic catalog that augments the University of North Texas Music Library's collection of twenty-one first and second editions of operas and ballets by the French Baroque composer Jean-Baptiste Lully. http://digital.library.unt.edu/browse/department/music/jblc/ Heyer, John Hajdu, ed. Lully Studies. Cambridge University Press, 2000. Rosow, Lois. "Lully." The New Grove Dictionary of Opera. Ed. by Stanley Sadie. Grove, 1992. This source also has in-depth analysis of several individual operas. Heyer, John Hajdu, and Catherine Massip. Jean-Baptiste Lully and the Music of the French Baroque: Essays in Honor of James R. Anthony. Cambridge University Press, 1989.
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Jean-Baptiste Lully . http://www.vanderbilt.edu/Blair/Courses/MUSL243/lully.htm Couvreur, Manuel. Jean-Baptiste Lully: Musique et Dramaturgie au Service du Prince. M. Vokar, 1992.

15. Lully, Jean-Baptiste - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Lully
Lully, JeanBaptiste (1632–1687) French composer of Italian origin. He was court composer to Louis XIV of France. He composed music for the ballet and for Moli re's plays, and
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16. UNT Libraries: Music Library, The Jean-Baptiste Lully Collection
The Lully Collection website was conceived in 1996 both as a multimedia thematic catalog of the UNT Music Library's collection of twentyone first and second editions of operas and
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Lully, JeanBaptiste orig. Giovanni Battista Lulli (born Nov. 29, 1632, Florence—died March 22, 1687, Paris, France) Italian-born French composer.
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Italian-French musician, a violinist, composer and conductor. Born into a humble family, he was brought to Paris in 1646 as a servant to Mademoiselle d'Orleans, where his musical talents were discovered. He entered the Kings orchestra in 1652 and soon became its conductor. Insatiably ambitious, Lully became music master to the royal family and made friends with Moliere. He primarily composed from 1663-1671, and then became director of the Paris Opera, 1672-1687. Lully introduced ballet into his operas and composed at least thirty ballets for which he won great repute. He injured his foot on 1/08/1687, resulting in a growth that led to gangrene, causing his death on 3/22/1687, Paris.

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