Destouches / Rondepierre / Blanchard: Destouches: Telemaque & Calypso

Destouches / Rondepierre / Blanchard: Destouches: Telemaque & Calypso

Destouches / Rondepierre / Blanchard: Destouches: Telemaque & Calypso

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Title: Destouches: Telemaque & Calypso
Artist: Destouches / Rondepierre / Blanchard
Label: Chateau Versailles
UPC: 3760385430270
Genre: Classical Artists

At the end of the world, on the mythical island of Ogygia, while Neptune unleashes a storm, the inconsolable Calypso tries to seduce a handsome young castaway named Telemachus... Will Ulysses' son respond to the nymph's dangerous charms? Will he manage, as a humble mortal in the scheme of the gods, to escape the island where his father was once a prisoner ? A quintessential Homeric epic, Telemaque & Calypso is a flamboyant tribute to Destouches' own dramatic efficiency, and his particular attention to "lively speech" and natural declamation. After Semiramis, Sylvain Sartre continues his brilliant journey through the masterpieces of the adventurous composer and musketeer, which are now finaly revealed.


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