“…the playing is stylish, rhythmic and technically assured...and there is remarkable precision of ensemble throughout”.--"The Strad"
Jean-Féry Rebel was a student of the great composer Jean-Baptiste Lully. By 1699, Rebel had become first violinist of the Académie royale de musique (Royal Academy of Music) and at the Opéra. Rebel traveled to Spain in 1700. Upon his return to France in 1705, he was given a place in the prestigious ensemble known as the Vingt-quatre violons du roy. Rebel served as court composer to Louis XIV and maître de musique at the Académie, and directed the Concert spirituel.