Jean-Baptiste (Baptistin) Stuck

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Despite his Franco-German-sounding name, Jean-Baptiste Stuck was Austrian-Italian, studied primarily in Italy, and made his fortune composing for the Parisian theater in the 1710s. In his "Confessions,"…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Les Festes bolonnoises, cantata for voice, 2 violins & continuo (Book 4, No. 5) 1714 12:52 Vocal Music
Heraclite et Democrite, cantata for 2 voices & orchestra 1711 23:34 Vocal Music
Mars Jaloux, cantata for voice & continuo (No. 6) 12:19 Vocal Music
Céphale et Aurore, cantata for voice & continuo 17:16 Vocal Music
L'Impatience, cantata for voice, 2 violins & continuo (Book 1, No. 2) 1706 12:34 Vocal Music
Sur la prise de Lérida, cantate for voice & ensemble (Book 2, No. 5) 12:28 Vocal Music
Les Bains de Toméry (The Waters of Thomery) 16:24 Vocal Music
L'Amant Réconcilié, cantata for voice & continuo 12:16 Vocal Music
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