Carrt, Remy

Carrt, Remy a French theologian and musical composer, of the Benedictine order, was born at St. Fal, in the diocese of Troyes, Feb. 20, 1706. He was prior of Beceleuf and sacristan of the convent of la Celle, and died at the close of the 18th century, leaving, Le Maitre des Novices dans l'At de Chanter (Paris, 1744); which contains a high-sounding eulogy on wine, which he recommended for the cure of all ills: —also La Clef des Psalmes (ibid. 1755): —Plan de la Bible Latine Dists'ibuee en Forme de Breviairen (Cologne [ Paris], 1780).

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