My Amazon Frescobaldi reviews

I’ve taken the opportunity of my recent review of Frescobaldi’s Canzoni on EMI Reflexe to repost four reviews of the composer’s keyboard music published in 2011 and 2012 on Amazon: the boring program by harpsichordist Robert Woolley on EMI Reflexe (1987), the marvelous traversal on accordion by Stefan Hussong on Thorofon (1999), the outlandish but daring approach by maverick pianist Francisco Tristano Schlimé on Sysiphe (2007), and Rafael Puyana Baroque Masterpieces for the Harpsichord (works of Giovanni Picchi, Frescobaldi, Telemann, Domenico Scarlatti, Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer) on Mercury 462 959-2 (1999), recordings made in 1962 and 1964 (the CD collates one and 1/2 Mercury LPs) and a marvelous recital. And that completes the Frescobaldi reviewing I’ve done so far (but I have many more in my collection)

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