Jacques Aubert was probably the son of the violinist Jean Aubert and a student of Jean -Baptiste Senaillé. His first job as a violinist with the Prince of Condé. In 1727 he became a member of " Vingt- quatre Violons du Roy ", from 1728 to 1752 he was concertmaster at the Paris Opera.
From 1729 he had over ten years, numerous appearances at the Concert Spirituel. In addition to compositions of his teacher Senaillé, he brought in these concerts like works of Corelli and Vivaldi heard. Also his coined by the latter concertos for 4 violins came there for the first performance. In addition to Jean -Joseph Cassanéa de Ville Mondo and Jean -Marie Leclair he belonged to the French composer, which incorporated the Italian virtuosity to the French taste in music.
His son Louis Aubert (Le jeune ), ( 1720-1783 ), who played at the age of 11 years in the orchestra of the Opera and a member of the " 24 Violons du Roy " was. As a composer, he has created works for violin and opera music. Another son Jean -Louis Aubert (1731-1814) was known as a poet and journalist by the name of Abbé Aubert.
- Opp 1-5, Livres de sonates pour violon et B.C. ( 1719, 1721, 1723, 1731, 1738 )
- Suites de concerts de Symphonies ( Op.8, 1730 ), ( Opp.9 -12, 1731), ( Op.13, 1733), ( Opp.18 -23, 1735-37 )
- Op.14, " Les amuzettes " for hurdy-gurdy, Musettes, violins and oboes ( 1733)
- Op.15, pieces for 2 violins or flutes (1734 )
- Op.16, " Les petits concerts" for hurdy-gurdy, Musettes, violins and oboes (1734 )
- Op.17, 6 Concertos for Four Violins, Cello and Continuo (1734 )
- Op.24, Trio Sonatas for two violins ( 1738)
- Op.26, 4 Concertos for Four Violins, Cello and Continuo ( 1739 )
Operas and Ballets Opéras
- Arlequin malgré lui ou gentilhomme L' Amant supposé, opéra comique ( 1716 Paris)
- Arlequin Hulla ou La Femme répudiée, opéra comique ( 1716 Paris)
- Les Animaux raisonnables (Louis Fuzelier / Marc -Antoine LeGrand ), opéra comique (1718 Paris)
- Diane (Antoine Danchet ), divertissement (1721 Chantilly)
- Le Regiment de la calotte ( Fuzelier / LeSage / d ' Orneval ), opéra comique (1721 Paris)
- La Fête royale divertissement (1722 Chantilly)
- Le Ballet de Chantilly, Le Ballet des quatre heures vingt- ( LeGrand ) comédie, (1722 Chantilly)
- La Reine des péris ( Fuzelier ), comédie persane ( 1725 Paris)