He was titular organist several Parisian churches: Saint-Honore, Saint-Martin-of-Fields, Saint-Nicolas-of-Fields and represent with Nivers and Lebègue, the first generation of organists to be left the strict framework of the polyphony illustrated by Titelouze, Racquet, Roberday… to adopt a style more concerting.
It left for the organ or the Clavecin, a collection of 20 Noëls varied (1683) and for the organ a very bulky collection of 180 parts (1685).
It would have had as a pupil Jean-Baptiste Lully and was certainly member of the jury which in 1706 allotted to Rameau the post of organist of Holy-Madeleine-in-the-City.
- To listen to a prelude to the organ
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