Le Parnasse, ou L'Apotheose de Corelli
I. Corelli at the foot of Mount Parnassus asks the Muses to welcome him amongst them.
II. Corelli, enchanted by his favourable reception at Mount Parnassus, expresses his joy. He proceeds with his followers.
III. Corelli drinks at the well of Hypocrene. His followers proceed.
IV. Corelli's exaltation at drinking at the waters of Hypocrene.
V. After his exaltation, Corelli now falls asleep; his followers attend with some very quiet music.
VI. The Muses wake Corelli and place him next to Apollo.
VII. Corelli gives thanks.
L'Apotheose de Lulli
I. Lully in the Elysian Fields making music with the spirits of the underworld.
II. Air for the same.
III. Mercury flies to the Elysian Fields to warn of Apollo's impending arrival there.
IV. Descent of Apollo, who comes to offer his violin to Lully and a place on Parnassus.
V. Subterranean rumblings caused by Lully's contemporaries.
VI. Lamentations of the same for flutes or very muted violins.
VII. Lully is elevated to Parnassus.
VIII. The welcome (both kind and guarded) given to Lully by Corelli and the Italian Muses.
IX. Lully's thanks to Apollo.
X. Apollo persuades Lully and Corelli that ... French and Italian styles would make perfection in Music: Essay in the form of an overture.
XI. Lully plays the subject and Corelli accompanies it (First Air); Corelli plays the subject ...and Lully accompanies it (Second Air)
XII: The Peace of Parnasus (Trio Sonata): I. Gravement
XIII. The Peace of Parnasus (Trio Sonata): II. Saillie (Vivement)
XIV. The Peace of Parnasus (Trio Sonata): III. Rondement
XV. The Peace of Parnasus (Trio Sonata): IV. Vivement
London Baroque Ensemble