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Les Lumières et la culture musicale européenne :

C.W. Gluck

N° 9 b

Caroline Giron-Panel

Ecole française de Rome - ANR Musici

"On peut arriver en Italie en passant par la Bohême" : les voyages italiens de C.W. Gluck

If the Italian influence on Gluck’s style has long been the focus of musicologists’ attention, the ten-odd years that the composer spent in Italy have never given rise to an historical study. And yet Gluck’s trips to Italy can be seen within a specific European context, which deserves to be analysed through an archaeological study based on various sources (correspondences, testimonies, newspapers). A comparison with other travel-narratives reveals the exceptional nature Gluck’s stays in Italy, but also their strong element of routine. One can indeed trace a certain evolution between the first stay in the 1730s and 40s, meant as usual as the accomplishment of the musician’s training, and that of 1763, which marked the beginning of Gluck’s emancipation from the Italian model.



Caroline Giron-Panel
Caroline Giron-Panel - "On peut arriver en Italie en passant par la Bohème"

Sylvie Le Moël
Sylvie Le Moël - Gluck et les publicistes des Lumières allemandes

Eric Scheeman
Eric Scheeman - "Gluck in Paris"

Timothée Picard
Timothée Picard - Gluck, scènes littéraires


Cécile Champonnois
Cécile Champonnois - Nicolas François Guillard

Julien Garde
Julien Garde - Iphigénie en Tauride et l'opera seria

Laurine Quetin
Laurine Quetin - "Adieu donc mon cher poulet"

Pierre Degott
Pierre Degott - Les fortunes d'Orfeo ed Euridice sur la scène anglaise