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Couperin

[ koopuh-ran ]
/ kupəˈrɛ̃ /
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noun
Fran·çois [frahn-swa], /frɑ̃ˈswa/, 1668–1733, French composer.
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How to use Couperin in a sentence

  • But, in this regard at least, the old German Froberger was another Couperin.

    Sebastian Bach|Reginald Lane Poole
  • Infusing his own vital emotions into polyphonic forms he gave the piano far grander tone-pictures than those of Couperin.

    For Every Music Lover|Aubertine Woodward Moore
  • The publisher Durand set to work on his great editions of Rameau and Couperin.

    Musicians of To-Day|Romain Rolland
  • He speaks as intimately as ever in "Le Tombeau de Couperin."

    Musical Portraits|Paul Rosenfeld

British Dictionary definitions for Couperin

Couperin
/ (French kuprɛ̃) /

noun
François (frɑ̃swa). 1668–1733, French composer, noted for his harpsichord suites and organ music
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