La Gloria Himeneo, RV 687 (Vivaldi, Antonio)

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Work Title La Gloria Himeneo
Alternative Title La Gloria e Himeneo ; La Gloria e Imeno : cantate pour deux voix de femme et orchester ; La Gloria e Imeneo : cantate pour le mariage de Louis XV
Composer Vivaldi, Antonio
Opus/Catalogue Number RV 687
First Performance 1725?
Language Italian
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation Soprano, Alto, Strings, Basso continuo


Misc. Comments

This is one of his 3 'serenatas' (not a serenade - inbetween a cantata and an opera, to quote a page on Antonio-Vivaldi.eu.) Probably closer to a secular cantata than other things, though...

Perhaps similar in subject to Handel's Imeneo, with Himeneo and Imeneo both being the Greek God Hymen (Marriage), etc.? ... Wedding music, though (see above). If (as claimed on one recording) composed for the marriage of Louis XV of France, perhaps first performed in 1725 September, when that occurred. - Schissel

(First published in 1967 by Jobert, Paris. WorldCat. Perhaps earlier.)

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