Rebel, Jean-Féry (b Paris, 1666; d Paris, 1747). Fr. composer and violinist. One of the ‘24 violons du Roi’, 1705–17. Chamber-composer to king, 1718–27. Violinist and cond., Paris Opéra. Wrote sonatas and pieces for solo vn.
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