Publisher Name: J.B.C. Ballard
Place of Publication: Paris
Pascal Collasse was one of the few opera composers able to secure successful performances in the years following Lully’s death. Collasse then went on to supply the music for the entire opera, Thétis et Pélée, which was premiered at the Paris Opéra on 11 January 1689. Thétis remained popular throughout Collasse’s lifetime, in spite of its rather weak plot. Owing to its success is primarily the music, including a significant storm scene in Act II. This departure from the Lullian tradition is perhaps Collasse’s most significant contribution to the tradition of French opera.
score (155 p.) ; 38 cm.
|Uniform Title:||Thétis et Pélée|
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|Resource Type:||Musical Score/Notation|