Les Indes Galantes

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Composer:

Jean Rameau

Librettist:

Louis Fuzelier

Premiere:

23 August 1735, Paris (Opéra)

Language:

French

Synopsis:

Les Indes Galantes Synopsis

Libretto:

Les Indes Galantes Libretto

Translation(s):

Deutsch

About the opera Les Indes Galantes

Les Indes galantes is an opéra-ballet consisting of a prologue and four entrées (acts) by Jean-Philippe Rameau with libretto by Louis Fuzelier. The première, including only the first three entrées, took place in Paris at the Académie Royale de Musique et Danse on 23 August 1735 with Mlle Pélissier as Emilie, Mme Petitpas as Fatima, Mme Antier as Phani, Jelyotte as Valère and don Carlos, de Chasse as Huascar and Tribou as Tacmas. Dupré provided the choreography, which was danced by Mlles Mariette, LeBreton, Sallé, and Messieurs Dupré, Maltayre, DuMoulin, Javillier and Corps de Ballet. Chéron conducted. The Third "Entrée", known as the Entrée des Fleurs, was not well received and was revised after the fourth performance with Mlles Petipas as Fatima, Eremans as Atalide and Bourbonnais as Roxane, and Tribou as Tacmas.

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Roles in Les Indes Galantes

Hébé Soprano
L' Amour
Bellone
Emilie Soprano
Valère CounterTenor
Osman Baritone
Phani Soprano
Don Carlos CounterTenor

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