Bach & Friends - Louis-Noël Bestion de Camboulas, orgue & clavecin

Until the middle of the eighteenth century, the organ and the harpsichord were the two principal faces of a generic ‘keyboard’ repertory that was often played without discrimination on a number of instruments, which might also include the clavichord, the spinet and the virginal. Professional musicians trained on both instruments with the aim of acquiring not only a solo or concertante technique, but also proficiency in performing basso continuo and the rudiments of improvisation and composition.

Bach & Friends - Louis-Noël Bestion de Camboulas, orgue & clavecin

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