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EDITIONS

Alan Curtis (ed), L. Couperin, Pièces de clavecin (Montrouge, [1970])

H. Benham (ed), John Taverner: II, Votive Antiphons, Early English Church Music 25 (London, 1981)

N. Davison (ed), Christopher Tye: III, Ritual Music and Motets, Early English Church Music 33 (London, 1987)

Bruce Gustafson (ed), Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France Rés. VM7 674-675, Part II, Works by Louis Couperin (New York, 2014)

Guy Oldham (ed), Louis Couperin, Pièces d'orgue (Monaco, 2003)

Steve Wiberg (ed), Pièces de Clavecin From the Bauyn Manuscript (ca.1658): Louis Couperin (IMSLP, 2009)

Steve Wiberg (ed), Unmeasured Preludes From the Bauyn Manuscript (ca.1658): Louis Couperin (IMSLP, 2009)

Manuscrit Bauyn, Deuxième partie, Pièces de clavecin de Louis Couperin, facsimile (Bressuire, 2006)

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

With grateful thanks to Steve Wiberg for the Sibelius files of his online Couperin edition http://imslp.org/wiki/Pi%C3%A8ces_de_clavecin_du_manuscrit_Bauyn_(Couperin,_Louis)