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Louis Lully (Paris, 4 August 1664 – 1 April 1734) was a French musician and the eldest son of Jean-Baptiste Lully. Louis Lully was the second child (after Catherine-Madeleine Lully) and eldest son of Jean-Baptiste Lully and his wife Madeleine Lambert. He married Marthe Bourgeois on 27 December 1694, in St. Martial de Paris, "with the tacit and verbal consent of Madeleine Lambert, his mother, to whom a summons had been made". Five children were born of this marriage, in the parish of Saint-Paul in Paris, between 1695 and 1705, including a son, Louis-André Lully, who married Suzanne-Catherine Cartaud, aged 17, daughter of architect Jean-Silvain Cartaud, in St. Germain l'Auxerrois. The son survived Louis Lully by only a little over a year, dying in Paris on 21 July 1735 (, col 313–14).

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  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Lully (homonymie).Louis LullyFichier:Baptême Louis Lully Fontainebleau 9 septembre 1677.jpg Acte de baptême de Louis Lully le 9 septembre 1677 à Fontainebleau, avec les signatures de Jean-Baptiste Lully, de Louis XIV et de Marie-Thérèse d'Espagne. Louis Lully est un musicien français né à Paris le 4 août 1664 et mort dans la même ville le 1er avril 1734.
  • Louis Lully (Paris, 4 August 1664 – 1 April 1734) was a French musician and the eldest son of Jean-Baptiste Lully. Louis Lully was the second child (after Catherine-Madeleine Lully) and eldest son of Jean-Baptiste Lully and his wife Madeleine Lambert. He married Marthe Bourgeois on 27 December 1694, in St. Martial de Paris, "with the tacit and verbal consent of Madeleine Lambert, his mother, to whom a summons had been made". Five children were born of this marriage, in the parish of Saint-Paul in Paris, between 1695 and 1705, including a son, Louis-André Lully, who married Suzanne-Catherine Cartaud, aged 17, daughter of architect Jean-Silvain Cartaud, in St. Germain l'Auxerrois. The son survived Louis Lully by only a little over a year, dying in Paris on 21 July 1735 (, col 313–14).
  • Louis Lully fue un músico francés nacido en París el 4 de agosto de 1664 y fallecido el 1 de abril de 1734. Era el hijo mayor de Jean-Baptiste Lully.Fue prácticamente desheredado por su padre después de una conducta disoluta que lo llevó a la cárcel. No tuvo la brillante carrera de su padre, pero compuso, sin embargo, junto a su hermano Jean-Louis, algunas tragedias y ballets que alcanzaron cierto éxito, como Zéphire et Flore (ballet, 1688), Orfeo (tragedia, 1690) y Alcide (tragedia, 1693).
  • 路易·吕利(Louis Lully,1664年8月4日-1734年4月1日)作曲家,让-巴普蒂斯特·吕利(Jean-Baptiste Lully)的长子。
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