- John Hajdu Heyer
(b Boulbon, nr Arles, Oct 2, 1646; d Aix-en-Provence, Jan 26, 1706). French composer and teacher. He was trained as a choirboy at St Trophime, Arles. On 17 November 1663 he was engaged to serve the cathedral of St Sauveur, Aix-en-Provence, on the strength of his serpent playing. He received the tonsure on ...