Definition of Jean-philippe rameau
1. Noun. French composer of operas whose writings laid the foundation for the modern theory of harmony (1683-1764).
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1. Famous Composers and Their Works by John Knowles Paine, Theodore Thomas, Karl Klauser (1891)
"—_ •— JEAN PHILIPPE RAMEAU UST as Lully was the glory of the seventeenth century, ... Jean Philippe Rameau was born at Dijon on the 25th of September, 1683. ..."
2. The golden treasury of piano-music: a collection of pieces written for the ...by Louis Oesterle, William Byrd by Louis Oesterle, William Byrd (1908)
"... Louis OESTERLE ゅ Ⅰ VOLUME III JEAN@PHILIPPE RAMEAU (1683-1764) FRANQOIS DANDRIEU (1684-1740) FRANCESCO DURANTE (1684-1766) DOMENICO ZIPOLI (1686-17 ? ..."
3. Celebrated Pianists of the Past and Present: A Collection of One Hundred and by A. Ehrlich, Arthur Livingston Manchester (1894)
"... JEAN PHILIPPE RAMEAU. RAMEAU was an admirable pianist and organist, but he had a greater and more important influence on music in general, ..."