Jacques-Christophe Naudot

(c1690 - 1762)

French composer and flautist. Naudot was well known in Paris as a player and teacher, though exactly where he performed is unknown. He clearly moved exclusively within the aristocratic and rich bourgeois circles of Paris; he did not hold any official office but the numerous dedications of his works seem to imply that he enjoyed the protection of many patrons of the arts. His compositions consist mostly of flute concertos or sonatas for 1 or 2 flutes and continuo, nearly all published in Paris between 1726 and 1740.

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