Leçons De Ténèbres À 1 Et 2 Voix by Francois Couperin is a volume for Soprano and Organ or Harpsichord and Continuo.
First published as part of the Harpsichord book in 1713 and 1717, this volume also includes the part for Viola da Gamba. It features two tenebrae lessons.
For upper intermediate players, this volume was edited and commented by Pierre Daniel Vidalt.
François Couperin is 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").