Meude-Monpas, chevalier J J O de 17??-f1790 France, ?Paris - Germany, ?Berlin
violinist, studied music with Pierre la Houssaye and Francois Giroust in Paris, black musketeer (after the color of the horses of his company, not because of his race) in service of king Louis XVI of France, 1787 in Paris he published 'Dictionaire de Musique', 1790 in Paris he published 'Eloge de J. J. Rousseau', he went into exile to Germany with the onset of the 1790 French Revolution, in Berlin he published 'De l'influence de l'amour et de la musique sur les moeurs' (The influence of love and music on morals)

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[] Six violin concertos. Violin, 2 violins, viola, cello, 2 oboes and 2 horns. 1786
dedicated to King Louis XVI
[] 4 - Violin concerto in D
Rachel Barton Pine, Encore Chamber Orchestra / Daniel Hege. Cedille 90000035
2006-07-24 22:42:40