Jean-Philippe Rameau

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Jean-Philippe Rameau, by Jacques André Joseph Aved, 1728

Jean-Philippe Rameau (born Dijon, September ? 1683; died Paris, 12 September 1764) was a French composer. He is famous for his music for harpsichord and for his operas. His most well-known operas are: Hippolyte et Aricie, Castor et Pollux, and Dardanus. He is also known for his one act opera "Pigmalion" which he is said to have composed in 8 days. He is also known as an important music theorist by writing many books on the matter. Loudspeaker.png Tambourin (info • help)

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