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Étienne Richard (c. 1621 – 1669) was a French composer, organist and harpsichordist. Very little is known about his life and work. He was born in Paris and came from a family of organists; apparently he lived and worked in Paris all his life. From 1645 he and his brother Charles were organists to Chancellor Séguier. In 1651 he succeeded his father as organist of the Church of Saint-Nicolas-des-Champs in Paris, working together with Nicolas Gigault. In 1652 Etienne lost both his brother and his father. The same year he succeeded the former as organist of Saint-Jacques-de-la-Boucherie, and three years later, in 1655, he took his father's position at St Martin-des-Champs. His career soared by the end of the 1650s, and in 1657 he was employed as harpsichordist and teacher to the King. He also

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  • Étienne Richard (c. 1621 – 1669) was a French composer, organist and harpsichordist. Very little is known about his life and work. He was born in Paris and came from a family of organists; apparently he lived and worked in Paris all his life. From 1645 he and his brother Charles were organists to Chancellor Séguier. In 1651 he succeeded his father as organist of the Church of Saint-Nicolas-des-Champs in Paris, working together with Nicolas Gigault. In 1652 Etienne lost both his brother and his father. The same year he succeeded the former as organist of Saint-Jacques-de-la-Boucherie, and three years later, in 1655, he took his father's position at St Martin-des-Champs. His career soared by the end of the 1650s, and in 1657 he was employed as harpsichordist and teacher to the King. He also
  • Étienne Richard (vers 1621 – 1669) est un compositeur, organiste et claveciniste français. On sait peu de choses de sa vie et de son œuvre. Né à Paris dans une famille d'organistes, il semble qu'il vécut et travailla dans cette ville durant toute sa vie. Dès 1645, son frère Charles et lui étaient organistes auprès du chancelier Séguier. En 1651 il succéda à son père comme organiste de l'église Saint-Nicolas-des-Champs, travaillant avec Nicolas Gigault. En 1652 Étienne perdit son père et son frère, et succéda à ce dernier comme organiste de l'église Saint-Jacques-de-la-Boucherie ; trois ans plus tard, en 1655, il prit le poste de Saint-Martin-des-Champs. Il connut du succès dans les années 1650, et en 1657 il était employé comme claveciniste et professeur du Roi. Il jouait aussi de la viole
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