Pieces de Clavecin

Pièces de Clavecin 2: Jean-Philippe Rameau

The composer, rumored to have been gaunt and short-tempered, earned greater attention for his 1722 Treatise on Harmony than his music or organ playing had by then achieved.

Pièces de Clavecin 2: Jean-Philippe Rameau

The composer, rumored to have been gaunt and short-tempered, earned greater attention for his 1722 Treatise on Harmony than his music or organ playing had by then achieved.

Pièces de Clavecin 1: Francois Couperin

The first musical Couperin was a farmer, but his progeny, male and female, taught French royalty and kept an organ post in the family for 173 years at the Church of Saint-Gervais in Paris.

Pièces de Clavecin 1: Francois Couperin

The first musical Couperin was a farmer, but his progeny, male and female, taught French royalty and kept an organ post in the family for 173 years at the Church of Saint-Gervais in Paris.