Anet, Jean-Baptiste, French violinist, father of (Jean-Jacques-) Baptiste Anet; b. Paris, June 20, 1650; d. there, April 26 or 28, 1710. He was a student of Lully. From about 1673 he was in the service of the Duke of Orléans, and from 1699 he was also a member of the 24 Violons du Roy.
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