1666, Aug 201727, Oct 10
a Flemish singer, composer and choirmaster in the Habsburg Netherlands, today's Belgium. Alphonse d'Ève was a son of Honoré-Eugène d'Ève, who was an active composer and member of the Royal Chapel in Brussels, he was educated as a chorister in the Chapel of St. Martin in Kortrijk , where he then for the musical training the boy was responsible. In 1700, he was bass player in Santa Andries in Antwerp before choirmaster at Saint James in Ghent was. In October 1718, he was Kapellmeister at the Cathedral of Our Lady in Antwerp. In this capacity he remained until two years before his death the office of Willem de Fesch passed.
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