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    Classical / harpischord

    It's not my intention to spam this forum with requests for "instrument x" recommendations, but I'm quite eager these days.

    Several times I have reacted on the instrument used in some songs on a classical music radio channel. It seems that it's the harpischord. Hence, I ask if there are any particular harpischord songs/artists I should check out? I really enjoyed the sound of the instrument, and the compositions I have heard were interesting too. So, if I get to listen to a few songs I'll both hear more of the instrument and get to explore classical music further.

    Suggestions?

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    Bach - Brandenburg concertos

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    For solo harpsichord check out Pierre Hantai's recording of Book 1 of The Well Tempered Clavier.

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    Great, thank you!

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