Music from Versailles IV

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Program: #01-16   Air Date: Apr 16, 2001


Rare sacred motets from two masters: Jean-Phillippe Rameau and the huge setting of the "Miserere" by Andre Campra.

Preservation of this program is made possible by a generous grant from Moultrie Sessions.

NOTE: All of the music on this program is taken from concerts presented by the Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles. Support for this program came in part from the French Ministry of Culture and the Embassy of France in Washington, D.C. You may reach the Ministry at: and the Embassy at:

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I. JEAN-PHILIPPE RAMEAU (1683-1764): Quam dilecta

Veronique Gens & Isabelle Desrochers, sopranos. Jean-Paul Fouchecourt, counter-tenor. Herve Lamy, tenor. Peter Harvey & Marcos Loureiro de Sa, baritones. Stephan Imbodem, bass.

Le Concert Spirituel/Herve Niquet, director.

II. ANDRE CAMPRA (1660-1744): Miserere.

Dominique Visse, counter-tenor. Gille Ragon, tenor. Peter Harvey, baritone.

Les Pages de la Chapelle and La Grande Ecurie et la Chambre du Roy/Jean-Claude Malgoire, dir.

Composer Info

JEAN-PHILIPPE RAMEAU (1683-1764), ANDRE CAMPRA (1660-1744)

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