Notes & Reviews:
Harpsichordist and organist Luca Guglielmi has been an active recitalist and ensemble director since 1993. He is an enthusiastic teacher of harpsichord, organ and orchestra who bases his instruction exclusively on historical documents. "Girolamo Frescobaldi was the greatest organist and harpsichordist of his time... the supreme master of the art of variation... " "Dietrich Buxtehude was a consummate keyboard artist... sensitive to new developments... an enthusiastic supporter of the synthesis formed by the Italian, French and German styles that would bear great fruit in the Baroque era." (LG)
American Record Guide, July/August 2015
Luca Guglielmi is much in demand as a conductor, keyboard artist, and teacher. He is an acknowledged authority on early keyboard performance, based on his study of early treatises and other historical evidence. His playing here is elegant and stylish, displaying remarkable energy and virtuosity as required.
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