In the 17th century, musicians from all over Europe flocked to Italy to learn the secrets of the exciting Italian style - for example, Marc-Antoine Charpentier studied in Rome and was much influenced by Giacomo Carissimi - while Italians sucha as Giovanni Battista Lulli (Jean-Baptiste Lully) brought the new style to the brilliant French court. We offer motets by Carissimi and Charpentier; laments by Tartini and Clérambault; Italian-style pieces by Rebel and Leclair; and Francois Couperin's Apothéose de Lully, a delightful fantasy in which Lully and the great violinist Arcangelo Corelli unite the two national styles in a 'new perfection in music'.
Friday, January 19, 8:00 pm
Jennifer Paulino, soprano
Live Oak Baroque Orchestra
Friday, Jan. 19, 8:00 pm at Schroeder HallBuy Tickets
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