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-''[[La Demoiselle élue]]'' ([[1888]]) is a [[cantata]] for two soloists, female choir, and orchestra by [[Claude Debussy]], based on the lyrical poem "[[The Blessed Damozel]]" by [[Dante Gabriel Rossetti]]. [[Claude Debussy]] later admitted to have been influenced by ''[[La Sulamite]]''.+A '''cantata''' (literally 'sung', derived from the Italian word 'cantare') is a [[vocal music|vocal]] [[music composition|composition]] with an [[musical instrument|instrumental]] [[accompaniment]] and often containing more than one [[movement (music)|movement]].
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A cantata (literally 'sung', derived from the Italian word 'cantare') is a vocal composition with an instrumental accompaniment and often containing more than one movement.

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