It continues with the delightful Philadelphia Sonata no. 3 by Reinagle, on a perfectly suited Longman and Broderip square piano.
Next comes a Lesson in C minor from Handel’s protege John Christopher Smith, on the powerful Kirkman harpsichord that shows many changes of color:
Following Smith comes the brilliant Partite of Domenico Zipoli, showing off the resources of the apparently modest Slade bentside spinet harpsichord:
and next the Handel E major Suite, with the famous Harmonious Blacksmith variations, showing the richness of the Shudi grand harpsichord:
The CD concludes on a more Romantic note, with an expressive selection from Clementi’s Gradus ad Parnassum on the Broadwood: