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My parents, my first teachers, no doubt told me something about him: my father was an organist and taught Couperin's organ works to many of his students. It was 30 years later that I encountered Couperin seriously again. The manager of my record company, the late Ted Perry, suggested I look at his music. His reasoning was logical: I was coming to the end of a complete JS Bach cycle on disc played on the piano , so why not look at the French harpsichordists of the period? After all, people play Handel and Scarlatti on the piano, but rarely Couperin and Rameau. So I got the scores to all keyboard pieces by Couperin and began reading them.
5 Pièces de Clavecin (Couperin, François)