René de Galard de Béarn, Marquis de Brassac
René de Galard de Béarn, Marquis de Brassac (1699 – October 1771) was a French soldier and amateur composer of the Baroque era. He wrote two operas and a collection of cantatas. He was a cavalry officer and rose to become a lieutenant-general in the French army. In 1769, he was appointed maréchal du camp.
- L'empire de l'amour (ballet héroïque, 1733; expanded version, 1741)
- Léandre et Héro (tragédie en musique, 1750)