William Christie et Les Arts Florissants, ou, La passion du Baroque ABC-TV (Australia)

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ABC-TV (Australia)
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Arts florissants (Musical group); Music - 17th century - History and criticism.; Music - 18th century - History and criticism.
Summary
The film showcases Les Arts Florissants, a group of musicians and singers dedicated to authentic performances of 17th and 18th century music. Their founder and director William Christie is interviewed, and is shown in rehearsal and in performance with his group. Excerpts of music by Claudio Monteverdi, M. Marais (Alcione), J. Ph. Rameau (Castor et Pollux, Les Indes Galantes), Henry Purcell (Fairy Queen), J.B. Lully (Atys, New York production) are included.
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https://trove.nla.gov.au/work/35701223
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35701223

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