Entitled 'The Best Crayfish in the Brrok' (a play on the translated names of Krebs and Bach), this CD is a good introduction to the keyboard music of Ludwig Krebs, a pupil of Bach. The two harpsichord suites which open and close the programme are particularly pleasing; it is a pity there was not room for a third. These and four preludes are played on a modern copy of a 1756 Hemsch instrument and Gifford is obviously very much at home on it. The disc also contains some manualiter organ chorales played on a copy of a 1734 chamber instrument by Gottleib Naser. Again, Gifford's performance brings the best out of both music and instrument. A useful booklet has an attractive painting on the front to illustrate the title.