1705, Nov 51770, Oct 1
a French composer and violinist. At the age of 24, Guillemain quickly established himself as one of the most sought-after performers, and was appointed first violinist of the Acadèmie de Musique. His career was progressing rapidly, and by the early 1740s the composer was among the highest-paid musicians at the court, regularly performing in private concerts before the royal couple. He continued publishing his music, and his works were frequently performed at the court in the late 1740s and early 1750s.
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