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The Deslauriers music manuscript (Paris, c. 1675)
Posted by: Laurent GUILLO Date: October 02, 2001 at 11:54:35
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Hi all,
the National Library of France shelves a famous manuscript written in Paris around 1675, containing works by famous composers of this time (Henry Dumont, Jean-Baptiste Boesset, Bouzignac and others), and bound with the royal coat of arms on red maroquin.
The first page of this manuscript bears the signature of "Deslauriers". Has anyone an idea about who the it might be ?

Thank you for any information.

L. Guillo

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