All the notes of the scores are there but the real star of this recording is the ravishing sound of the harpsichord itself. The Ruckers-Hemsch harpsichord is in the Alec Cobbe Collection at Hatchlands Park in Surrey, England. It is a ravalement done in Paris, 1763 and attributed to Henri Hemsch, making it a two manual from the original Andreas Ruckers, Antwerp, 1636 one manual. Its restoration by Miles Hellon, was kept to a minimum and is now strung in Malcolm Rose iron and brass wire. Bird quills were used for plectra. Four different temperaments were utilized for the recording. What a great sound.