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Jean-Philippe Rameau

25 sep 1683 (Dijon) - 12 sep 1764 (Paris)
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  • Catholic encyclopedia - Catholic Encyclopedia article with life, summaries of religious and secular works, and commentary on his advances in music theory and composition.
  • Rameau, le site - A site dedicated to his works and life, providing librettos, bibliography, discography, and information about new issues, editions, and performances. French and English.
  • Baroque composers and musicians
  • Jean-Philippe Rameau - Biography and illustration with works list from the Here Of A Sunday Morning radio program. Includes links to partial discography, composers of the court of Louis XIV, and explanations of ballet and opera.
  • Jean-Philippe Rameau - Links, recommended recordings and books, new and forthcoming recordings, music editions and pictures from NewOlde.com.
  • Jean-Philippe Rameau - Filmography at IMDb lists various movies and television broadcasts based upon or otherwise using his compositions.
  • Jean-Philippe Rameau - Musicalics entry with major compositions and brief biography.
  • Les Boreades - Performance and recording information about the opera Les Boreades.

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