Louis de Cahusac Net Worth

Louis de Cahusac Net Worth is

Louis de Cahusac Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Louis de Cahusac (Montauban, 6 April 1706 – Paris, 22 June 1759) was a French playwright and librettist, and Freemason, most famous for his work with the composer Jean-Philippe Rameau. He provided the libretti for several of Rameau's operas, namely Les fêtes de l'Hymen et de l'Amour (1747), Zaïs (1748), Naïs (1749), Zoroastre (1749; revised 1756), La naissance d'Osiris (1754), and Anacréon (the first of Rameau's operas by that name, 1754). He is also credited with writing the libretto of Rameau's final work, Les Boréades (c. 1763). Cahusac contributed to the Encyclopédie and was the lover of Marie Fel.
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Date Of Birth1706-04-06
ProfessionSoundtrack, Writer


Les Boréades2003TV Movie "Les Boréades, Tradédie lyrique 1764"
Aria1987"Nuit redoutable !... Lieu désolé", "Jouissons, jouissons ! Jouissons de nos beaux ans"
Le tartuffe1984"Nuit redoutable !... Lieu désolé", "Jouissons de nos beaux ans"


Zoroastre2006TV Movie libretto
Les Boréades2003TV Movie libretto

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