André Campra，1660-1744，法国作曲家，从1694年起为法国著名的几所大教堂（包括巴黎圣母院）的音乐总监，作有大量的宗教音乐。Idoménée (1712) 为五幕歌剧，莫扎特也作有相同题材的作品。 ~摘自“音乐圣经”
William Lincoln Christie (born December 19, 1944 in Buffalo, New York) is the founder and director of Les Arts Florissants.
Christie studied art history at Harvard University (where he was briefly assistant conductor of the Harvard Glee Club) and music at Yale University. He moved to France in 1971, where he became known for his interpretations of Baroque music, particularly French Baroque music, working with René Jacobs and others.
In 1979 he founded Les Arts Florissants, named after the opera of the same name by Marc-Antoine Charpentier, which was to be its first fully-staged production. Major recognition came in 1987 with the production of Lully's Atys at the Opéra Comique in Paris.
Christie has also presented and recorded works by Purcell, Handel, Mozart, André Campra, and Francois Couperin.
He has been guest conductor at the Glyndebourne Festival, and productions for Zurich Opera and the Opera de Lyon. Since 2002 he has appeared regularly with the Berlin Philharmonic.
He was professor at the Paris Conservatoire from 1982 to 1995, and maintains an active role in pedagogy by participating in masterclasses and academies. In 2002 he founded Le Jardin des Voix, a biennial academy for young singers in Caen.
He was awarded the Légion d'Honneur in 1993, and is an Officer in the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres. Christie has long been resident in France, and he was granted French citizenship in 1995.--From Internet
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Idomeneo Rè di Creta, opera
Composed by Andre Campra
with Jean-Claude Sarragosse, Jerome Correas, Sandrine Piau, Richard Duguay, Anne Mopin, Maray Saint-Palais, Marie Boyer, Anne Pichard, Jean-Paul Fouchecourt, Les Arts Florissants Orchestra & Chorus, Bernard Deletre
Conducted by William Christie
09-15. Acte 1
16-21. Acte 2
22-28. Acte 3
29-39. Acte 4
40-46. Acte 5