Gaspard Le Roux (ca. 1660 – c. June 1707) was a French harpsichordist active in Paris at the beginning of the 18th century. Little is known of his life; only by one quotation in a list of professors considered in Paris, and a single collection of suites for one and two harpsichords which appeared in 1705: it is one of the pinnacles of music for this instrument. His work falls under the French tradition between those of d’Anglebert and Couperin.
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