Cherubini

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Requiem (Cherubini)
... The Requiem in C minor for mixed chorus was written by Luigi Cherubini in 1815 and premiered 21 January 1816 at a commemoration service for Louis XVI of France ... Cherubini's setting of the requiem was considered by Beethoven to be superior to Mozart's ... Ludwig van Beethoven listened to Cherubini's operas with the keenest attention (the evidence is there in Fidelio) and declared that, if ever he should write a Requiem, his model would be Cherubini's C minor setting ...
Théâtre Feydeau - Premieres
1791 Lodoïska by Cherubini (18 July 1791) 1793 La caverne by Jean-François Le Sueur (16 February 1793) 1794 Eliza ou Le voyage aux glaciers du Mont Saint-Bernard by ...
Mainardi's Roman Bullarium
... supplement to the latest Roman edition of Cherubini's bullarium ... VII." The book further contains a promise that the six volumes of Cherubini's bullarium should in the course of time be reprinted in a corrected and enlarged form, with the aid of the documents contained in the ... an able scholar, Charles Cocquelines, to re-edit the six volumes of Cherubini's bullarium from Leo I to Clement X ...
Les Deux Journées
... Water Carrier) is an opera in three acts by Luigi Cherubini with a libretto by Jean-Nicolas Bouilly ... Les deux journées is sometimes considered Cherubini's most successful opera, though revivals have been rare in the past hundred years ... was one of the best of its day Beethoven kept Cherubini's score on his desk and copied out passages from it while composing Fidelio ...
List Of Operas By Cherubini
... list of the operas of the Italian-born composer Luigi Cherubini (1760–1842) who spent much of his working life in France ... In terms of genre, Cherubini's output included 11 opere serie and 10 opéras comiques, as well as three intermezzi, three tragédies lyriques, two opere buffe, and one each of the following comédie hér ...