René Ouvrard (born in Chinon in 1624, died in Tours in 1694) was a French priest, writer and composer. He received orders and became kapellmeister of the cathedral of Bordeaux, Narbonne and the Sainte-Chapelle of Paris, then he was a canon in Tours. He became a priest in 1862.[1]

Main works

  • Secret pour composer en musique par un art nouveau, 1660
  • L'Art et la Science des nombres en latin et en français, 1677
  • Défense de l'ancienne tradition des Églises de France, 1678
  • Histoire de la musique chez les Hébreux, les Grecs et les Romains


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