Couperin was a child musical protege who, after a period as organist at St. Gervais in Paris (a position previously held by his father), became the Court organist in 1693. From 1700 to 1717 he was the harpsichordist at Versailles. Couperin spent his time divided between teaching and composing and produced a large number of pieces for the harpsichord, violin and viola. His best-known works include Pieces de Clavecin (1713-1730), Apotheose de Corelli (1724), Concert instrumentale a la memoire de Monsieur de Lully (1725), Les Nations (1726) and Suites for Bass Violas (1728).
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