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Jean-François Le Sueur (or Lesueur) (15 February 1760 – 6 October 1837) was a French composer, best known for his oratorios and operas.

He was born at Plessiel, a hamlet of Drucat near Abbeville, to a long-established family of Picardy, the great-nephew of the painter Eustache Le Sueur. Beginning as a chorister at the collegial church of Abbeville, then at the cathedral of Amiens, where he pursued his music studies, Le Sueur was named chorus master at the cathedral of Sées… read more

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