Charles Dieupart

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Charles Dieupart (after 1667 – 1740) was a French harpsichordist, violinist, and composer. Although he was known as Charles to his contemporaries, his real name may have been François. He was most probably born in Paris, but spent much of his life in London, where he settled sometime after 1702/1703. A prominent member of the Drury Lane musical establishment, Dieupart was active both as composer and performer and actively participated in the musical life of the city. However, after about 1712 he earned his income mostly by teaching, and in his later years lived in poverty. He is best remembered today for a collection of six harpsichord suites which influenced Johann Sebastian Bach's English Suites.

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Album

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1995 The Golden Age of Harpsichord Music (Rafael Puyana) Various Artists 1
2001 Flétny v barokní hudbě (Flutes in Baroque Music) Various Artists 1
2009 Purcell's Trumpets: From Shore to Shore (Ensemble Arianna feat. conductor: Marie-Paule Nounou) Ensemble Arianna 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1998 Le charme de la flûte à bec Frans Brüggen 1

Other

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
Harpsichord and Baroque Flute Recorder Various Artists 1

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