Michel-Richard de Lalande

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Aliases: Michel Richard Delalande; Michel Richard de La Lande; Michel Richard de La Lande


Born: 15 December 1657

Died: 18 June 1726

De Lalande is mainly associated with the grand motet and with Versailles where he is buried, but held posts in several Paris churches before becoming organist du Roi; his Leçons de Ténèbres (1711) were written for Ste-Chapelle. There survive in all 77 grands motets, 9 élévations (S. 78-86), Miserere & O filii (with lost works S. 87-90), 16 extracted petits motets (extracted from the grands, S.91-106), 9 Leçons de ténèbres (S.107-124), Messe en plainchant musical (S.126) Cantique (Racine, S.127), Tandis que Babylone (S.128) & numerous stage works (opera, intermedes, cantates, ballets) and instrumental works.

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List of choral works

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  • ms. Philidor et al. (27 grand motets, c. 1690)
  • ms. Philidor for Ct. de Toulouse (11 motets, c. 1705)
  • 40 Motets (engraved in short score, 1729-34)
  • ms. Cauvin (41 grands motets in full score c. 1741)

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