The uses and limits of performance practice in Francois Couperin's Huitieme Ordre

Bazzana, K.
March 1991
Musical Quarterly;Spring91, Vol. 75 Issue 1, p12
Academic Journal
Examines the relationship between revelation and reticence in historical sources on performance practice in the context of the practical problems raised in performing the early music piece `Huitieme Ordre' in B Minor by Francois Couperin. Conclusions drawn; Requirements of musicianship.


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