Lully Studies. Edited by John Hajdu Heyer. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000.

Chapters:

Introduction, James R. Anthony

1. Lully’s Tuscan Family, Jérôme de La Gorce

2. Lully Plays Deaf: Rereading the Evidence on His Privilege, Patricia Ranum

3. The Phrase Structures of Lully’s Dance Music, Rebecca Harris-Warrick

4. Quinault’s Libretto for Isis: New Directions for the Tragédie Lyrique, Buford Norman

5. The Articulation of Lully’s Dramatic Dialogue, Lois Rosow

6. The Amsterdam Editions of Jean-Baptiste Lully’s Music: a Bibliographical Scrutiny with Commentary, Carl B. Schmidt

7. “Pourquoi toujours des bergers?”: Molière, Lully, and the Pastoral Divertissement, John S. Powell

8. The Presentation of Lully’s Alceste at the Académie de Musique of Strasbourg, Catherine Cessac

9. Walking Through Lully’s Opera Theatre in the Palais Royal, Barbara Coeyman

10. Gluck and Lully, Herbert Schneider

11. Jules Écorcheville’s Genealogical Study of the Lully Family and Its Influence on Marcel Proust, Manuel Couvreur.