- 8 Nov 2018 7:30 PM
Lully and Berlioz were two revolutionary, era-defining masters of French music. And both wrote orchestral compositions using the text of one of the oldest Latin hymns, the Te Deum. The characteristic sound of Lully's composition, which was written nearly 350 years ago, perfectly encapsulates why this Italian-born composer was considered the father of the French Baroque style.
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