Notes & Reviews:
Girolamo Frescobaldi can justifiably be considered as the grand master of harpsichord and organ music during the Italian Baroque. His toccatas are impressive firework displays of emotion and untrammeled imagination and full of effects and affects which repeatedly confirm the composer's reputation as a great artists of improvisation.
American Record Guide, July / August 2012
Guglielmi plays a copy of an anonymous 17th Century Italian harpsichord built by Michele Barchi (1994) and an organ built by Giacomo Filippo Landesio (1750) restored by Mario Marzi in 1998. There are many joys to be experienced in the course of this recording. Guglielmi is a marvelously creative player. He serves as a wise and trustworthy guide to the dense and fertile forest of Frescobaldi's imagination.
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