Opéra Royal : Lully : ArmideCultural
Location : Opéra Royal
Tragedy in music in a prologue and five acts on a libretto by Philippe Quinault after La Jérusalem délivrée by Torquato Tasso, first performed at the Théâtre du Palais-Royal in Paris in 1686.
Lully's Armide has a special place among the most important works in the history of opera. It was the last lyrical tragedy by Lully and Quinault: undoubtedly Quinault's strongest dramatic achievement, and the culmination of the project of a tragedy in music carried by Lully, who died the year after its creation.
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Latitude : 48.806006
Longitude : 2.122443
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