Charles d'Ambleville (died 6 July 1637 in Rouen) was a French composer. His Octonarium sacrum (1634) is a set of five-part verses for the Magnificat, using all eight tones, in fugal style. He also composed the Messe des Jésuites à Pékin (Mass of the Beijing Jesuits). He died at Rouen.
- "San Francisco Bay area Early Music News January 2007" (pdf - see page 10). Retrieved 2 May 2008.
- Free scores by Charles d'Ambeville at the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP) (Messe des Jésuites à Pékin)
- Free scores by Charles d'Ambleville in the Choral Public Domain Library (ChoralWiki)
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