Louis-Nicolas Clérambault (1676-1749) was a French musician, best known as an organist and composer.
Born in Paris on the 19th December 1676, Clérambault came from a musical family (his father and two of his sons were also musicians). While very young, he learned to play the violon and harpsichord, and he studied the organ with André Raison. He also studied composition and voice.
Clérambault became the organist at the church of the Grands-Augustins, and entered the service of Madame de… read more