(b Chémery-sur-Bar, Ardennes, 1635–40; d Narbonne, 15 Aug 1698). French organ builder. He was trained in Paris, but his organ-building career was largely in the south of France. Several of his contracts survive: these testify to his having introduced to the region such recent Parisian developments as a new type of bellows and the use of the Grosse Tierce in the chorus of 16' organs. He also served as organist of St Nazaire, Carcassonne. Among his more notable instruments were those in St Nazaire, Béziers (1697), St Michel, Carcassonne (1664), and Auch Cathedral (1688).