Harpsichord work - Volume 4, LP.24 by Francois Couperin is the fourth in a series of 4 volumes of suites for Harpsichord.
Published in 1930, three years before Couperin’s death, when he was very ill, this volume initially presented some small mistakes and some white pages. It features seven Ordres, from the 20th to the 27th, with a total of 43 pieces.
For upper-intermediate players, this volume was edited by Kenneth Gilbert.
François Couperin was a very famous French composer who played the Harpsichord, the Organ. Coming from a famous family of musicians, he was nicknamed “Couperin le Grand” ("Couperin the Great").