French composer and harpsichordist who was next to Couperin and Rameau in influence and fame for his harpsichord compositions and playing. Dandrieu is noted for the reformulation of Pierre's early works (his uncle) in an attempt to update the music. As one of the royal organists it was among Jean-Francois' obligations to oversee the refurbishing of the organ at St. Andre des Arts. Compositions primarily included noels and sonatas for the harpsichord and were compiled in at least four different volumes. ~ Keith Johnson, Rovi

Jean-François Dandrieu : Sonate en trio en la Majeur op. 1 n° 4 (Le Consort)
Brigitte Haudebourg (harpsichord) Jean-François Dandrieu, Premier Livre de clavecin (extraits)
Jean-François Dandrieu: l'Harmonieuse (Pièces de clavecin); Hanneke van Proosdij, harpsichord
Brigitte Haudebourg (harpsichord) Jean-François Dandrieu, Deuxième Livre de clavecin
The Fifers [Solo Piano] - Jean-Francois Dandrieu (1682-1738)
Jean François Dandrieu, "Les Caracteres De La Guerre" (1733), Angelicum Orch. Milan
Jean-Francois Dandrieu Harpsichord Works 1st Book, Brigitte Haudebourg
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