Collasse, Pascal, 1649-1709

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Achille et Polyxène, with a libretto by Campistron after the Iliad, was first performed at the Paris Opéra, 23 November 1687; while attributed to Lully, in fact only he only composed the overture and act 1, the prologue and acts 2-5 were by P. Collasse. Cf. New Grove.

From the description of Achile et Polixene : Clerambault 1708 - de cuyard : manuscript, 1708. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 259948448

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associatedWith Banzy, person
associatedWith Barillon de Morangis, Jean-Jacques, 1678-1741, person
associatedWith Beauchamp, Pierre, 1631-1705. person
associatedWith Bibliothèque nationale de France. corporateBody
associatedWith Bibliothèque nationale (France). corporateBody
associatedWith Bibliothèque nationale (France). Département de la musique. corporateBody
associatedWith Campistron, Jean Galbert de, 1656-1723, person
associatedWith Clérambault, Louis Nicolas, 1676-1749, person
associatedWith Desmatins, Mlle, d. 1715. person
associatedWith Foucault, Henri, fl. 1690-1720, person
associatedWith Homer. person
associatedWith John Milton and Ruth Neils Ward Collection (Harvard Theatre Collection) corporateBody
associatedWith Lully, Jean Baptiste, 1632-1687, person
associatedWith Opéra de Paris. corporateBody
associatedWith Philidor, André, ca. 1647-1730. person
associatedWith Pic, Jean, person
associatedWith Pic, Jean. person
associatedWith Rousseau, Jean-Baptiste, 1670-1741. person
associatedWith St. Michael's College (Tenbury, England). Library. corporateBody
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Operas--Vocal scores with continuo


Birth 1649-01-22

Death 1709-07-17




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