François Beaumavielle (died 1688, Paris) was a French operatic bass-baritone.
He went on creating all the first roles within his vocal range, then known as "basse-taille", in the operas by Jean-Baptiste Lully notably; Cadmus in Cadmus et Hermione, le Temps in Atys, Jupiter in Isis, Phinée in Persée, etc.
A singer with a powerful voice and a consummate actor, he was sometimes criticised for over-emphasis.
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