Jean, French cellist and composer; b. c. 1705; d. Paris, June
In 1730 he was appointed as a musician-
in-ordinary at the Royal Academy of Music in Paris; then went to Rome,
where he studied cello with Alborea; ‘returned to Paris in 1739, and made
a fine career as a virtuoso cellist at the Concert Spirituel. He publ. 6
books of cello sonatas (Paris, 1733—39).