The singers and instrumentalists of Louis XIV’s Chapelle Royale on the outskirts of Paris performed the splendid music of Lully, Charpentier, Couperin, and others. Revel in these grand ceremonial pieces and sublime motets for choir, organ, and orchestra inside Washington’s own great cathedral. With period strings, organ, and Washington National Cathedral’s chamber vocal ensemble, Cathedra.
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