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Jean-Marie Leclair

Leclair, Jean-Marie (zhäN-märēˈ ləklĕr) [key], 1697–1764, French violinist and composer. Leclair studied in Italy, and his music was strongly influenced by Italian models, especially Vivaldi, although it has its own distinct character. He composed much violin music and an opera. Leclair was murdered, possibly by his estranged wife.

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