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Celebration of the Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle held at Versailles by Louis XIV, King of France. (Versailles: 1668)
Le grand divertissement royal de Versailles. (Paris, 1668)
These musical entertainments were performed between the acts of Molière's George Dandin.
"Le grand divertissement royal de Versailes."
The first of a number of dances performed in these entertainments.
Throughout the text, the names of the actors and dancers are printed in the margins.
Text of the "scene en musique" sung by Cloris and Climene.
Staged with music and dance, pitting dancers against dancers and singers against singers.
Of the choirs of Satyrs and Shepherds.
Celebration of the Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle held at Versailles by Louis XIV, King of France.
Louis XIV (1638-1715) ('le Grand'), King of France
This book describes and gives the text of the musical entertainments given between acts of Molière's George Dandin, which was first performed at this festival.
Le grand divertissement royal de Versailles.
Molière, Jean Baptiste Poquelin de (Author)
Ballard, Robert (Printer)
20 pp. 4º
Watanabe No. 1926