According to remarks found in Musiklädle's Blockflöten Noten-Handbuch, Jean Baptiste Loeillet [de Gant] was probably born in 1688 in Gant and was the cousin of John Loeillet [of London]. Not much is known of his career other than he spent most of his time in France. The greater part of his works were dedicated to the aristocracy and which were published by Roger in Amsterdam. Pirated works were published by Walsh in London under the name of "Jean Baptiste Loeillet de Gant".
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