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Pierre-Claude Foucquet (1694 – February 13, 1772) was a French organist and harpsichordist. Foucquet was born in Paris, the son of Pierre Foucquet and Anna-Barbe Domballe. He was born into a family of musicians. At age 18, he was appointed as the organist at Saint Honoré church in Paris. Following this appointment he was the organist in several important churches: the Royal Abbey of St Victor (destroyed during the French Revolution), the St Eustache church, the Chapel Royal where he succeeded François d'Agincourt (1758), and the Notre-Dame Cathedral. At the end of his life he had to resign his appointment as organist due to illness, but was given a pension by the King.

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  • Il était issu d'une famille de musiciens et était fils de Pierre Foucquet et de son épouse Anna-Barbe Domballe. Lui-même épousa Cécile Télinge dont il eut six enfants. À l'âge de 18 ans, il fut nommé organiste de l'église Saint-Honoré, en remplacement de Charles Piroye, et il obtint par la suite plusieurs postes dans d'importantes églises de la capitale : l'abbaye royale de Saint-Victor (qui devait être détruite lors de la Révolution), Saint-Eustache, la Chapelle Royale (succédant en 1758 à François d'Agincourt), la cathédrale Notre-Dame en 1761, remplaçant Charles-Alexandre Jollage. Vers la fin de sa vie, la maladie le contraignit à abandonner ces fonctions mais il continua d'être pensionné par le roi.
  • Pierre-Claude Foucquet (1694 – 13 de febrero de 1772) fue un organista francés y clavecinista. Pierre-Claude Foucquet nació en París, hijo de Pierre Foucquet y Anna-Barbe Domballe. Nació en una familia de músicos. A los 18 años, fue nombrado organista en la Iglesia de Saint Honoré en París. Tras este nombramiento fue el organista en : Iglesia de la Abadía real de San Víctor (destruida durante la Revolución francesa), el St Eustache, la Chapell royal donde sucedió a François d'Agincourt (1758) y la Catedral de Notre-Dame. Al final de su vida tuvo que renunciar a su nombramiento como organista debido a la enfermedad, pero recibió una pensión por el rey.
  • Pierre-Claude Foucquet (1694 – February 13, 1772) was a French organist and harpsichordist. Foucquet was born in Paris, the son of Pierre Foucquet and Anna-Barbe Domballe. He was born into a family of musicians. At age 18, he was appointed as the organist at Saint Honoré church in Paris. Following this appointment he was the organist in several important churches: the Royal Abbey of St Victor (destroyed during the French Revolution), the St Eustache church, the Chapel Royal where he succeeded François d'Agincourt (1758), and the Notre-Dame Cathedral. At the end of his life he had to resign his appointment as organist due to illness, but was given a pension by the King.
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