Antoine-Laurent Baudron (1742 in Amiens – 1834 in Paris), was a French musician and composer. He was the head violinist in the orchestra of the Comédie Française, and wrote the original music for The Barber of Seville and The Marriage of Figaro by Beaumarchais. He also wrote the first known French violin quartets.
- Opera and the Enlightenment, by Thomas Bauman and Marita McClymands, Cambridge UP, 2006.
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