Notes about this work: Le Coucou, from the Third book of Keyboard Pieces. Daquin was a brilliant organist and harpsichord player, and performed for King Louis XIV when he was 6 years old, later becoming organist to Louis XV. He was also a renowned improviser. Le Coucou evokes a very happy cuckoo in late springtime. Arranged as a duet for 2 very nimble flutes.
Recommended Skill Level: 8 out of 9 ( 1= Beginner, 9 = Expert - It is possible to play a piece outside your current ability but you might take longer to master it.)
Type: Arrangement: This work is unique to our site and was arranged by: Anne Christopherson GRSM ARCM
Composed by: Louis Claude Daquin (1694 to 1772). We have a blog entry about Daquin which you may find useful as well as links to other websites of interest.
Louis Claude Daquin was born in Paris on 4th July 1694.
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