Jean-Henri d'Anglebert Jean-Henri d'Anglebert
Jean-Henri d'Anglebert (April 1, 1629 – April 23, 1691) was a French composer and harpsichordist in the court of King Louis XIV of France. He was the son of an affluent tradesman from Bar-le-Duc, from a musical family (his brother-in-law was the organist François Roberday). A pupil of Jacques Champion de Chambonnières, he succeeded his teacher as harpsichordist to the King after Chambonnières' disgrace in 1663 or 1664. This position was hereditary, and so passed to d'Anglebert's son after his death.

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