- Jean Phi·lippe [zhahn fee-leep] /ʒɑ̃ fiˈlip/, 1683–1764, French composer and musical theorist.
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Contemporary Examples of rameau
Working as a busboy in Miami during the 1980s, Rameau often faced racism due to his ethnicity.Moonwalking With the Many Michael Jacksons
August 2, 2014
Historical Examples of rameau
Father Rameau came that very afternoon and had a long talk with Pani.
Heaven rest his soul, say I, and so does the good Father Rameau.
And twice a week you will go to the sisters, I have promised Father Rameau.
"The proprietor, whoever he be, has behaved most liberally," answered Rameau.
Rameau, like most egotists, was rather a dull observer of men.
- Jean Philippe (ʒɑ̃ filip). 1683–1764, French composer. His works include the opera Castor et Pollux (1737), chamber music, harpsichord pieces, church music, and cantatas. His Traité de l'harmonie (1722) was of fundamental importance in the development of modern harmony