Marais's Alcione is the last great 'tragedy' in music from the reign of Louis XIV. It is a total spectacle at the crossroads of the 17th and 18th centuries, from which it takes the mythological source, its praise of the sovereign's glory and the literary requirement to combine choreography and stage movements. Jordi Savall rediscovered this work and brought it back to life for the first stage production in Paris since 1771.
Alcione est une production de l’Opéra Comique 2017
Tragédie lyrique en cinq actes (1706)
Livret : Antoine Houdar de la Motte · Version Musicale : Jordi Savall
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