Louis-Claude Daquin: Le CouCou (The Cuckoo). Versions The Artist: Louis Claude Daquin was a French composer of harpsichord pieces and church music. Le Coucou: Louis-Claude Daquin: Harpsichord), containing his best-known work, Le Coucou, and a successful collection of carols, Noëls pour l’orgue et le. French composer, Louis-Claude Daquin, was a dazzling keyboard virtuoso of the Baroque era. Le Coucou or The Cuckoo was originally a rondo for Harpsich.
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Louis-Claude Daquin : Le CouCou (The Cuckoo)
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The Music of the Jews in the Diaspora. At the age of 12, he became organist at the Sainte-Chapelleand in the following year took a similar post at the Church of Petit Saint Antoine.
LE COUCOU by DAQUIN (The Cuckoo)
Gold Coast Southport 07 He was known for his “unfaltering precision and evenness” at both the harpsichord and organ. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Louis-Claude Daquin. Your download has started. Try again More of this, please?
Louis-Claude Daquin was born in Paris to a family originating from Italywhere his great-great-grandfather took the name D’Aquino after converting to Catholicism dquin the town of Aquino.
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