Groves of Antiquity: French and Italian Cantatas About Ancient Myths
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Delightful French and Italian cantatas tell tales from ancient myths about the desires, foibles and supernatural powers of gods and demi-gods. Baroque instrumental music for transverse flute, violin, viola da gamba, theorbo and harpsichord transports listeners to Arcadian splendor in works by Vivaldi, Monteclair, Leclair and Rameau.
Featured artists include soprano Rosa Lamoreaux and instrumentalists Robert Eisenstein, Christopher Kendall, Colin St. Martin, Linda Quan, and Webb Wiggins.
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