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Cast overview, first billed only:
Danielle de Niese ...
Prologue: Hébé
João Fernandes ...
Prologue: Bellone
Valérie Gabail ...
Prologue: L'Amour
Nicolas Cavallier ...
1ère entrée - Le Turc généreux: Osman
Anna Maria Panzarella ...
1ère entrée - Le Turc généreux: Emilie
Paul Agnew ...
1ère entrée - Le Turc généreux: Valère
Nathan Berg ...
2ème entrée - Les Incas du Pérou: Huascar / 3ème - Les Fleurs, Fête persane: Ali
Jaël Azzaretti ...
2ème entrée - Les Incas du Pérou: Phani
François Piolino ...
2ème entrée - Les Incas du Pérou: Don Carlos
Richard Croft ...
3ème - Les Fleurs, Fête persane: Tacmas
Gaële Le Roi ...
3ème - Les Fleurs, Fête persane: Zaïre
Malin Hartelius ...
3ème - Les Fleurs, Fête persane: Fatime
Nicolas Rivenq ...
4ème entrée - Les Sauvages: Adario
Christoph Strehl ...
4ème entrée - Les Sauvages: Damon
Christophe Fel ...
4ème entrée - Les Sauvages: Don Alvar


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Release Date:

11 September 2004 (France)  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Featured in The Real Rameau (2006) See more »


Les Indes galantes
Music by Jean-Philippe Rameau
Libretto by Louis Fuzelier
Conducted by William Christie
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C'est magnifique!
28 June 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Baroque opera is an acquired taste, but for me a style that grew on me over-time. Handel was the primary reason, Rameau being another. This is an outstanding production of Les Indes Gallantes and the best of the three William Christie-conducted Rameau productions I've seen(the others being Les Boreades and Les Paladins). The more modern production values look gorgeous and have a certain charm to them, and the choreography is more creative and witty than bizarre, like I noticed with Les Boreades with Barbara Bonney and also Monteverdi's L'Orfeo with Simon Keenlyside(both of which I still loved). Of the staging, the standout was the incredibly exciting in all regards Les Sauvages scene. The music is wonderful, stylishly performed by the orchestra and buoyantly conducted by William Christie. The performances are all excellent, with special mention going to Danielle DeNiese, Nicolas Rivenq, Paul Agnew, Nathan Berg Malin Hartelius and Richard Croft, all of whom sing beautifully and bring command to their roles. Overall, really outstanding and recommended without hesitation. 10/10 Bethany Cox

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