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Jean-Baptiste Soufron, born 6 April 1978 at Bordeaux, France, is a lawyer and writer. He has been an advisor to the French Government and the former General Secretary of the French National Digital Council (2012–2015). Soufron graduated from La Sorbonne. He translated The Future of Ideas, a book by Lawrence Lessig into French. He was a consultant for free software and open source companies in 2006.
Real Name: Jean-Baptiste Lully (born Giovanni Battista di Lulli). Profile: French composer from the Baroque era (born November 28, 1632, Florence, Italy - died March 22, 1687, Paris, France). Jean-Baptiste Lully, Jean-Joseph Mouret, Jean-François Paillard Chamber Orchestra - Suites For Trumpets, Hunting Horns, Oboes, Strings And Timpani (Album). Jean-Baptiste Lully, Orchestre De Chambre De Jean-Louis Petit - Bruits de Trompettes - Sinfonies pour les Patres (LP). Société Française du Son. SXL 20 105 A.
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Jean-Baptiste Isabey (11 April 1767 – 18 April 1855) was a French painter born at Nancy. At the age of nineteen, after some lessons from Dumont, miniature painter to Marie Antoinette, he became a pupil of Jacques-Louis David. Employed at Versailles on portraits of the dukes of Angoulême and Berry, he was given a commission by the queen, which opens the long list of those he received from successive French rulers until his death in 1855.