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Epaphus

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Lully: Phaéton – review
The Butterflies of India: An interview with Isaac Kehimkar
It is the regal Red Apollo (Parnassius epaphus) that flies above 10,000 ft in the drier cold desert regions of the Himalayas like Ladakh. Avi: What are the challenges of studying butterflies in India?
Phaëton by Lully, review
When it comes to gross flattery, nobody outdid the composers who served the court of the Sun King Louis XIV. And nobody outdid Jean-Baptiste Lully , the King's favourite.
Classical review: Written on the Skin - Gourmet braised heart, sweet'n'sour
In a mixed-ability cast, Andrew Foster-Williams's burnished Epaphus, Sophie Bevan's plangent Libye and Ingrid Perruche's fretful Clymène stood out for the depth of their characterisations.
Phaëton, Les Talens Lyriques, Rousset, Barbican Hall
The highlight of the last act is a moving duet for Libye and the man she must forsake to marry Phaëton, his rival Epaphus (a sometimes over-forceful but stentorian Andrew Foster-Williams, good fun in the spat between the two men).

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