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Jérôme de La Gorce

Jérôme de La Gorce (born 1951 in Paris) is a French art historian and musicologist. He is a specialist in dramatic music and performing arts in France in the 17th and 18th centuries.

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CareerEdit

After having followed a double university course, he defended a thesis dedicated to the "marvelous in the opera under the reign of Louis XIV".

Director of research at the CNRS, a member of the Centre André-Chastel (fr) (UMR 8150), he also teaches at Paris-Sorbonne University.

PublicationsEdit

  • 1986: Jean Bérain the Elder, dessinateur du Roi Soleil,[1] Paris, Herscher
  • 1991: Marin Marais (with Sylvette Milliot), Paris, Fayard
  • 1992: L'Opéra à Paris au temps de Louis XIV : histoire d'un théâtre,[2] Desjonquères
  • 1997: Féeries d’opéra : décors, machines et costumes en France (1645–1765),[3] Paris, éditions du Patrimoine
  • 2002: Jean-Baptiste Lully, Paris, Fayard, ISBN 9782213607085
  • 2005: Carlo Vigarani, intendant des plaisirs de Louis XIV,[4] Perrin

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