The Ranums' Panat Times
Marc-Antoine Charpentier (1643-1704), composer for the Guises, the Jesuits, the Sainte-Chapelle of the Palais
In addition to the very general choices presented in the bar, above:
Learn about the Charpentier autograph manuscript, manuscript "XLI," discovered at the Lilly Library, Bloomington, Indiana, in November 2009
Or, for other information about Charpentier, consult the new on-line version of the Bulletin Charpentier at: http://philidor.cmbv.fr/bulletin_charpentier. The most recent issue is extremely important for scholars: Catherine Cessic combines in a "reasoned" approach the Hitchcock, Ranum, Gosine and Guillo chronologies of Charpentier's autograph works
Note: Marc-Antoine Charpentier is also a rose. Here is the "portrait" of the first Charpentier rose to bloom in my "Charpentier garden" at Panat. It was created for the Tercentenary of 2004 and was inspired by Charpentier's "La Couronne de fleurs."
And in the foreground of this photo, 2012, the Charpentier roses are blooming lustily, within the orbit of the lys de France at the left: