Le Couppey Sheet Music

By | February 18, 2021

Le Couppey Sheet Music and Biography

Black and White Portrait of Felix Le Couppey
Felix Le Couppey
14 Apr 1811-4 July 1887

Not a great deal is known about the life of French composer Felix Le Couppey. He was born in Paris on 14th April 1811 and when he was old enough he went to the Paris Conservatoire.

We have his Op.24, No.08 Study in Bb, and Op.07, No.20 Study in C featured on our site.


By the age of seventeen he became the assistant teacher of Harmony at the Paris Conservatoire.

Le Couppey went on to win awards at the Paris Conservatoire. These included the first prize for pianoforte and harmony in 1825 followed by the first prize again for pianoforte accompaniment in 1828.

Between 1837 and 1843 he was Professor of Solfège at Paris Conservatoire. He then succeeded his master to become the teacher of harmony and accompaniment until 1854. He then went on to write many textbooks for the piano with titles including Cours de piano élémentaire et progressif, École du méchanisme du piano and 24 Études primaries.


As a music teacher some of his pupils included Édouard Batiste, the composer Émile Jonas and pianist Mathilde Bernard-Laviolette, Cécile Chaminade and Henri Verley.


His works include:

  • A B C du piano.
  • L’Alphabet.
  • Le Progrès.
  • L’Agilité
  • Le Style.
  • La Difficulté
  • École du méchanisme du piano
  • L’Art du piano (50 études with annotations)
  • De l’enseignement du piano: Conseils Aux Eleves Et Aux Jeunes Professeurs(1882)
  • 15 Studies for the Pianoforte, Preface to Czerny’s Velocity Studies
  • The Alphabet
  • Conseils aux femmes professeurs
  • Troisieme etude de salon (1842)

He died in Paris on 4th July 1887, aged seventy-six.

Le Couppey Sheet Music Downloads and Further Reading

On music-scores.com we have a few arrangements for you of Felix Le Couppey sheet music in PDF format for you to download.

There isn’t a great deal of information to be found on Felix’s life in particularly his personal life. You can take a look at Wikipedia and Bach Cantatas.

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