Louis Couperin had a very strong sense of harmony, and instilled some truly keyboard-based figurations into this music with his jagged rhythms and chord sequences. He is also rightly praised for his writing of the now famous "unmeasured préludes" which would become so much a part of this music.
The second set above is also available individually, although the first is mid-price. Davitt Moroney prepared the modern edition from which both performances are taken.
Moroney's recording of Couperin's relatively neglected organ works:
And another program featuring Couperin on organ, among other items:
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