Aimon, Esprit 1754-24.oct.1828 France Vaucluse, Lisle (L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue) - Paris
cellist, 1779 still living in Lisle, he directed the chapel of count Rantzau minister of Denmark, before 1796 and before the outbreak of the French Revolution (1789-1799) he settled in Marseille where he lived for several years, he died aged 74 at his home rue Neuve des Petits Champs 41 in Paris ; he married Francoise Paul who preceded him in death ; son composer Leopold Aimon (Lisle 4.oct.1779-) and son Jean Esprit Aimon

Title Parts

[] L'Autel de la patrie. Opera. Marseille c1794
inspired by the French Revolution

[] (details unknown). several quartets and quintets for string instruments composed for count Rantzau in Denmark
mss in the Royal Library in Copenhagen

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