François-Henri Clicquot (1732 – May 24, 1790) was a French organ builder and was the grandson of Robert Clicquot and son of Louis-Alexandre Cliquot, who were also noted organ builders. The Clicquot firm installed the first noteworthy organ in the cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris. Though extensively rebuilt and expanded in the nineteenth century by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll, some of the original Clicquot pipework was reused, notably in the pedal division of that instrument, where it continues to be heard today. Upon the death of Louis-Alexandre, François-Henri inherited his father's workshop.
- Villard, Jean Albert (1973). L’Œuvre de François-Henri Clicquot, facteur d'orgues du roy (1732-1790) [études autour du grand-orgue F.-H. Clicquot de la cathédrale de Poitiers] (in French). Paris: Barnéoud.
- Jean-Luc Perrot play the Romance from l’Art du facteur d’orgues, Dom Bedos de Celles on the organ François-Henri Clicquot, Souvigny
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