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Charles-Hubert Gervais (19 February 1671 – 14 January 1744) was a French composer of the Baroque era. The son of a valet to King Louis XIV's brother, Monsieur, Gervais was born at the Palais Royal in Paris and probably educated by Monsieur's musical intendants, Jean Granouillet de Sablières and Charles Lalouette. He worked as a musician for the Duc de Chartres, the future regent of France. In 1701, he married Françoise du Vivier (she died in 1723). In 1721 he was named sous-maître de musique at the Chapelle royale along with André Campra, Nicolas Bernier and Michel Richard Delalande (who had previously held the post alone). Gervais composed sacred music and operas, including two tragédies en musique.

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  • Charles-Hubert Gervais (* 19. Februar 1671 in Paris; † 15. Januar 1744 ebenda) war ein französischer Kapellmeister und Komponist. Er war der Sohn von Hubert Gervais, eines Kammerdieners des Herzogs von Orléans. Seine Ausbildung erhielt er von den Musikern der Hofkapelle des Herzogs. Er hatte das Glück, Freund und Musiklehrer vom Sohnes des Herzogs Philippe II. von Orléans zu sein, dem späteren Regenten von Frankreich. So stieg er im Jahr 1722 zum Vizekapellmeister der „Chapelle Royale“ auf. Hier wirkte er bis zu seinem Ableben.
  • Charles-Hubert Gervais (19 February 1671 – 14 January 1744) was a French composer of the Baroque era. The son of a valet to King Louis XIV's brother, Monsieur, Gervais was born at the Palais Royal in Paris and probably educated by Monsieur's musical intendants, Jean Granouillet de Sablières and Charles Lalouette. He worked as a musician for the Duc de Chartres, the future regent of France. In 1701, he married Françoise du Vivier (she died in 1723). In 1721 he was named sous-maître de musique at the Chapelle royale along with André Campra, Nicolas Bernier and Michel Richard Delalande (who had previously held the post alone). Gervais composed sacred music and operas, including two tragédies en musique.
  • Charles-Hubert Gervais (Parijs, 16 februari 1671 – aldaar, 15 januari 1744) was een Franse componist, Ordinaire de la musique (d.i. een musicus in gewone dienst) van de hertog van Chartres en toen deze hertog van Orléans en Régent werd, surintendant van zijn muziek. In november 1722, toen het hof weer naar Versailles ging, benoemde de Régent hem tot sous-maître van de Chapelle royale ter vervanging van Delalande voor het eerste kwartaal. In die functie zou hij vijfenveertig grands motets componeren, in een vereenvoudigde vorm van de stijl van Delalande.
  • Charles-Hubert Gervais, né à Paris le 19 février 1671 et mort dans la même ville le 15 janvier 1744, était un compositeur français.
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