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Le Coucou for Recorder and Bassoon - Pure Duet Sheet Music By Lars Christian Lundholm - cover

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Le Coucou for Recorder and Bassoon - Pure Duet Sheet Music By Lars Christian Lundholm

Lars Christian Lundholm

Publisher: Lulu.com

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Summary

Louis-Claude Daquin (d'Acquin) a virtuoso organist and harpsichordist was a musical child prodigy who performed for the court of Louis XIV already the age of six. From his 1735 harpsichord suite Premier livre de pieces de clavecin, this probably is the most famous and popular composition
Duet Sheet Music for Recorder accompanied by Bassoon arranged by Lars Christian Lundholm.
Le Coucou is also known by alternative title: The Cuckoo, Premier livre de pi鑓es de clavecin, First Book of Pieces for the Harpsichord, The Cuckoo by Daquin.

- Instrumentation: Recorder and Bassoon
- Level: Medium
- Score Type: Solo Score
- Tempo: Medium
- Genre: Baroque
- Composer: Louis-Claude Daquin
- Year Composed: 1735
- Pages (approximate): 6
Available since: 07/08/2015.

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