This edition of the Organ Book by Nicolas de Grigny was edited by C. L. Koehlhoeffer. Featuring 43 pieces, this book uses pedals and other techniques that would be known by advanced players.
The scores of the Organ Book were first published in 1699 under another name before being republished under this name in 1711. J. S. Bach corrected these initial editions, and his corrections are still taken into account in this book.
Organ Book is a good representation of the Organ music of the Louis XIV period.
Nicolas de Grigny was a French organist living in the area of Rheims, where he was the main Cathedral organist.