I find this to be a great example of what made Glenn Gould brilliant. Detours into rare areas and pulling off the results marvelously. The William Byrd and Orlando Gibbons is beautiful, the Handel (Harpsichord) is really strange (due to not having a proper technique on the instrument, but have great musicality and piano technique), Scarlatti is great (wish he did more) and the CPE Bach is something I have to hear again to understand more. The more I look into Glenn Gould, the more it seems that the current scene of young pianists is truly disappointing (to be polite). I could go on and on, but I find that in the long run it was good Gould did less standard repertoire because it freed him up to learn/record material like this.