Music at the time of Louis XIV

Jérôme Lejeune (compiler)
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Cd 1 Airs de cour & ballets de cour
Cd 2 Comedies-ballets, tragédies en musique & cantatas
Cd 3 Sacred music (I)
Cd 4 Sacred music (II)
Cd 5 Organ music & oratorio
Cd 6 Instrumental music (I)
Cd 7 Instrumental music (II)
Cd 8 The French sonata
Music at the time of Louis XIV
Jérôme Lejeune
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La musique au temps de Louis XIV
Ricercar, 2016
8 cd's + boek (159 p.)
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47 - Muziekgeschiedenis en muziekdocumenten (NBLC) D6 - Meespeelmaterialen, dansinstructie en didactisch materiaal (Flemish music schema)

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About Jérôme Lejeune

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Jérôme Jean Louis Marie Lejeune (13 June 1926 – 3 April 1994) was a French pediatrician and geneticist, best known for discovering the link of diseases to chromosome abnormalities and for his subsequent opposition to prenatal diagnosis and abortion. He is venerated in the Catholic Church, having been declared Venerable by Pope Francis on 21 January 2021.


Discovering trisomy 21

In 1958, while working in Raymond Turpin’s laboratory with Marthe Gautier, Jérôme Lejeune reported that he had discovered that Down syndrome was caused by an extra copy of chromosome 21. According to Lejeune's laboratory notebooks, he made the observation demonstrating the link on 22 May 1958. The discovery was published by the French Academy of Sciences with Lejeune as first author, Gautier as second author, and Turpin as senior author. In 2009, co-author Gautier claimed that the discovery was based on …Read more on Wikipedia