Henri de Bailly
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Henri de Bailly (died October 1637) was a French composer. Originally a singer in the chapelle royale of Henri IV, he was elevated to Surintendant de la musique in 1622 by Louis XIII, and at the same time raised to the nobility.
- Reyne je ne puis endurer, que mes feux soyent au mespris d'une folle.
- Quelque chose que l'Amour puisse, il me tient pour mere nourrice.
- Spanish air - Yo soy la locura, la que sola infundo
- Maurice Esses Dance and instrumental diferencias in Spain during the 17th and ... - Page 648 "The setting (which includes a passacaUe) is a Spanish song for solo voice by Bailly with lute accompaniment arranged by Bataille. Its lyrics begin as follows: Yo soy la locura la que sola infundo plazer y dulzura y contento al mundo.1" ..."
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