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French Baroque architecture, sometimes called French classicism, was a style of architecture during the reigns of Louis XIII (1610–43), Louis XIV (1643–1715) and Louis XV (1715–74). It was preceded by French Renaissance architecture and Mannerism and was followed in the second half of the 18th century by Neo-classicism

The Baroque (UK: /bəˈrɒk/, US: /bəˈroʊk/) is a highly ornate and often extravagant style of architecture, music, dance, painting, sculpture and other arts that flourished in Europe from the early 17th until the mid-18th century. It followed Renaissance art and Mannerism and preceded the Rococo (in the past often referred to as "late Baroque") and Neoclassical styles.

Michel Piguet & Ricercare Ensemble Of Zurich - Five French Sonatas For Baroque Oboe & Flute ‎(LP, Album, Club). World Record Club, World Record Club, The Record Society. Michel Piguet & Ricercare Ensemble Of Zurich. Michel Piguet & Ricercare Ensemble Of Zurich - Five French Sonatas For Baroque Oboe & Flute ‎(LP, Album, Club). World Record Club, The Record Society.

Baroque music (US: /bəˈroʊk/ or UK: /bəˈrɒk/) is a period or style of Western art music composed from approximately 1600 to 1750.

Recorded Music and Publications. 200 Years of Music at Versailles. Niccolo Piccini Didone abbandonata CD 15 - Italians at the French Court. With 70 CDs of baroque music to listen to (20 CDs here, and 50 in the Deutsche Harmonia Mundi set), I've been neglecting Versailles of late, in favour of the DHM package. So today I plopped CD13 into the player (La Chapelle Royale au temps de Louis XV) and listened to the Confitebor tibi domine by André Campra, and the Nisi Dominus by Jean-Joseph Cassanéa de Mondonville.

Dardanus, Jean-Philippe Rameau (English Baroque Soloists ; John Eliot Gardiner, conductor). Le bourgeois gentilhomme. Marche pour la Ceremonie des Turcs ; Les amants magnifiques. Overture ; L'Amour medecin. Overture/Chaconne ; George Dandin. Le grand divertissement royal de Versailles. Air pour les bergers ; La pastorale comique. Scene II (Les Musiciens du Louvre ; Marc Minkowski, conductor) ; Airs pour le carrousel de Monseigneur.

Fostered by the court of the French king Louis XV, whose life-style was far less formal than that of his illustrious great grandfather, the Rococo ideal was artistic expression dedicated to elegance, frivolity, and gracefulness; a work of art must be delicate, playful, entertaining, and immediately appealing. The sonatas of Domenico Paradisi, of . Bach’s sons, and of Haydn and Mozart reflect the evolution from the one-movement, binary form of the Baroque period to the standard classical three-movement form. A four-movement form did not become popular until the time of Beethoven. A celebrated contemporary of Mozart, Muzio Clementi, composed more than 60 sonatas for the piano alone and half again as many for piano and violin or flute and strongly influenced the style of piano writing.