Michel Pignolet de Montéclair () was a French composer of the baroque period. He was born Michel Pignolet in Andelot, Haute-Marne, France, and only later added "Montéclair" (the name of a fortress in his home town) to his name. Little is known of his life, and there are no known portraits. He was the son of a weaver; his entrance into the choir school at the age of nine may have been the only chance of escaping the poverty of a weaver's life. In 1687, he went to Paris and joined the orchestra of the Opera, where he played the basse de violon. In Paris he studied with Jean-Baptiste Moreau.
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|Cantates à voix seule et avec simfonie||Cantata||Voice(s) and Instruments|
|6 Concerts for Flute and Continuo||Concerto||Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra|
|6 Concerts for Two Flutes||Concerto||Chamber group|
|Jephté||Opera / Operetta||Voice(s) and Orchestra|