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date: 18 January 2020

Couperin familylocked

  • David Fuller,
  • Bruce Gustafson
  •  and Edward Higginbottom

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French family of musicians. One of the great dynasties of music, the Couperins were active in and around Paris as professional musicians from the late 16th century to the mid-19th. They were particularly linked with the church of St Gervais, where for 173 years members of the family occupied the organ loft.

Couperin, Louis (b Chaumes-en-Brie, c1626; d Paris, Aug 29, 1661)

Couperin (i), François (b Chaumes-en-Brie, c1631; d Paris, 1708–12)

Couperin (ii), Charles (b Chaumes-en-Brie, bap. April 9, 1638; d Paris, between 15 Jan and Feb 26, 1679)

Couperin [le grand], François (ii) (b Paris, Nov 10, 1668; d Paris, Sept 11, 1733)

Couperin, Marguerite-Louise (b Paris, 1675–6 or 1678–9; d Versailles, May 30, 1728)

Couperin, Nicolas (b Paris, Dec 20, 1680; d Paris, July 25, 1748)

Couperin, Marguerite-Antoinette (b Paris, Sept 19, 1705; d Paris...

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