Next up is a piece written by written by François Couperin... It was originally written for the Harpsichord & published in 1717. Yes, this is not quite Modern. but is is a lively interpretation of it. I sometimes feel that these old harpsichord tunes have an over-abundance of trills, flourishes and whatnot, but... there wasn't amplification in those days, and harpsichords really don't have the same presence & sustain that a piano does, and they didn't have pianos yet either. But they did have trills & flourishes and lots of silence to fill.
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