CANTATE


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During the second half of the 19th century it started to gain popularity and special theatre bars called Cafes Cantates emerged, where flamenco was performed for popular entertainment.
Cantatas for One and Two Voices: Cantates francoises a I et II voix (1710) and the Grande symphonic Version of Dom Quichote (ca.
RAVEL Cantates de Rome (EMI Classics): It is one of the greatest scandals in the annals of music that vested interests, philistine traditionalism and plain bumbling bureaucracy prevented Maurice Ravel, already acclaimed as one of France's most gifted rising young composers, from winning the prestigious Prix de Rome in four successive years at the beginning of the last century.