Brossard didn’t have very much formal schooling but was, even so, a composer, theorist and lute participant. He was a priest at Notre Dame and constructed several sacred functions, notably motets, oratorios, public, and cantatas. (Ahead of this he previously composed several chansons and airs aswell.) He wrote several treatises and gathered many functions that originated beyond France. A number of the magazines by Brossard included dictionaries, choices, and catalogues. Features of his music had been extensive crescendos in one vocal piece, initiation from the violin sonata in France, and harmonies that may only be looked at ordinary.