Louis de Cahusac
He was rider and secretary of the commands of the count de Clermont, made the countryside of 1743 with this prince, and left it to deliver itself to the literature.
There is of him several plays, like:
Dramatic and lyric poet, it collaborates with Jean-Philippe Rameau for many lyric works:
- Festivals of Polymnie (1745)
- Festivals of Hymen and the Love (1747)
- Zoroastre (1749)
- Anacréon (1754).
Among the librettists of Branch, it is that whose collaboration lasted longest; the type-setter was equipped with a fort bad character, it was moreover very skinflint: only Cahusac managed to get along durably with him.
- Its scenic works and their representations on site CÉSAR
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