Suite IV
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Charles Desmazures may have been a pupil of Lebègue between about 1685 and 1690. He was organist of Marseilles Cathedral when he published a collection of Pièces de simphonies à quatre parties pour les violons, fluttes et hautbois rangées en suites sur tous les tons (1702); these were composed on the occasion of a visit to Marseille by Marie-Louise of Savoy, Queen of Spain, and are dedicated to her. Each of the seven suites opens with an overture followed by dances and character-pieces. He also published a Messe des morts, now lost.