JEAN HENRI D' ANGLEBERT (1629 - 1691)
Jean-Henri dAnglebert succeeded Chambonnires as harpsichordist to Louis XIV, a position later held by his son. At Versailles he collaborated, inevitably, with Lully, excerpts from whose operas and ballets he transcribed for keyboard.
The four keyboard suites of dAnglebert, including dances, transcriptions and opening unmeasured preludes, represent a significant element in French keyboard music between Chambonnires and Couperin. His published music also includes fugues for organ.