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Three French Operas

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Les amours de Ragonde Music by Jean-Joseph Mouret. Words by Nericault. A rural comedy from 1714 about a young shepherd tricked into marrying a 60-year-old crone.
Les Musiciens du Louvre conductor
Marc Minkowski. Records
2.05
Joseph Music by Mehul. Words by Duval. A setting from 1807 of the biblical story of Joseph and his brothers in Egypt.
Netherlands Radio Chamber
Orchestra and Choir/
Kenneth Montgomery
3.10 La Colombe
Gounod's operetta from
1860 is a simple tale of how a servant's devotion and quick thinking overcome his prejudice and save his master's romance.
BBC Concert Orchestra conductor Anthony Hose

Contributors

Music By: Jean-Joseph Mouret.
Conductor: Marc Minkowski.
Unknown: Joseph Music
Unknown: Kenneth Montgomery
Conductor: Anthony Hose
Ragonde: Michel Verschaeve (baritone)
Colin: Jean-Paul Fouchecourt
SOPHIE: Marin-Degor (alto)
Lucas: Jean-Louis Bindi (bass)
Joseph: John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
Benjamin: Katherine Steffan (mezzo)
Jacob: Bruno Laplante(bar)
Utobal: Marc Barrard(baritone)
Simeon: Didier Henry (bar)
Silvie: Nan Christie(soprano)
Mazet: Claire Powell(mezzo)
Horace: Gary Bennett(tenor)
Maitre Jean: Malcolm Donnelly(bar)

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