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us: Dieupart, Charles, approximately 1670-approximately 1740



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    • us: Dieupart, Charles, ca. 1670-ca. 1740
    • us: Dieupart, F., approximately 1670-approximately 1740
    • us: Dieupart, Francis, approximately 1670-approximately 1740
    • us: Dieupart, François, approximately 1670-approximately 1740
    • us: Dieupart, Monsieur, approximately 1670-approximately 1740
    • us: Dieupart, Mr., approximately 1670-approximately 1740
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    • Dieupart, Charles, ca. 1670-ca. 1740
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    • found: His Sonata no. 2, 1967.
    • found: His Sonata no. 5 in G minor for treble (alto) recorder and basso continuo, c1981: t.p. (Dieupart) cover (Mr. Dieupart)
    • found: His Shuiten für Cembalo [SR] p1982: label (Francis (Charles) Dieupart) container (Monsieur Dieupart)
    • found: New Grove (Dieupart, Charles (? François); b. ? after 1667; d. ca. 1740; French violinist, harpsichordist, and composer active mainly in London; known as Charles Dieupart to his English contemporaries and to Hawkins, the main source for the events of his life; 2 letters to the Spectator give the 1st name as Charles; an autographed letter in French is signed F. Dieupart)
    • found: His Sonata no. 1 in G for treble (alto) recorder and basso continuo, c1979: score t.p. (Dieupart) parts (Francis Dieupart) pref. (d. ca. 1740; most dictionaries give 1st name Charles; Paisible's will gives 1st name Francis; P. Brunol[d]'s 1934 ed. of Dieupart's works refers to him as F. Dieupart; F. Lesure's Bibl. des éds. musicals publiées par ... Roger et ... Le Cène gives 1st name as François; his compositions and early catalogs have only Mr. Dieupart; Francis, as the anglicized form of François and used in Paisible's will, therefore seems the most appropriate 1st name)
    • found: Baker, 7th ed. (Dieupart, Charles François; ca. 1670-ca. 1740)
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    • 1980-07-09: new
    • 2013-03-12: revised
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