Jean-Baptiste Lully

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Lully is credited with reinventing opera, inventing the enduring French overture, and making the minuet the dominant dance form of the era.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Alceste, ou Le triomphe d'Alcide, opera, LWV 50 02:34:21 Opera
Atys, opera, LWV 53 02:49:02 Opera
Armide, opera, LWV 71 01:38:56 Opera
Dies irae, motet for double chorus & orchestra, LWV 64/1 1683 18:57 Choral
Le bourgeois gentilhomme, comédie-ballet, LWV 43 01:38:00 Opera Ballet
Dixit Dominus, motet for 3 voices & continuo, LWV 77/3 07:18 Choral
Omnes gentes plaudite, motet for 3 voices & continuo, LWV 77/10 07:43 Choral
Acis et Galatée, opera, LWV 73 01:46:21 Opera
Gavotte en rondeau, for keyboard (spurious; attributed to Lully in Suzuki Method books) 02:44 Keyboard
Isis, opera, LWV 54 09:02 Opera
Persée, opera, LWV 60 02:15:59 Opera
Pieces (55) for orchestra, LWV 75 00:44 Orchestral
Trios pour le coucher du Roi (18) for 2 violins & continuo, LWV 35 07:50 Chamber Music
Regina coeli, motet for 3 voices & continuo, LWV 77/12 04:09 Choral
Amadis, opera, LWV 63 02:49:07 Opera
Thésée, opera, LWV 51 1675 58:59 Opera
Monsieur de Pourceaugnac, comédie-ballet, LWV 41 03:54 Opera
O dulcissime Domine, motet for 3 voices & continuo, LWV 77/9 06:05 Choral
Benedictus, motet for double chorus & orchestra, LWV 64/2 06:04 Choral
De profundis, motet for double chorus & orchestra, LWV 62 1683 16:44 Choral
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