Anthoine Boesset  (1586-1643)
Last updated: 12.04.20
According to The Oxford Companion to Music, Anthoine Boesset [or Boësset, or Boisset] was a French composer who was born and died in Paris. He was a favourite of Louis XIII and director of music at his court, and the so-in-law of Guédron. He had an outstanding melodic gift, and his fame in his own days was high, but his music, which lacked dramatic strength, was superseded by that of Jean Baptiste Lully.
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