on 25 February 2010
If you like spanish fandango music played on the harpsicord then this is for you. Quite addictive actually, especially the opening piece by Soler (which I originally heard on R3, and which persuaded me to buy the CD), and the closing piece by Boccherini (complete with castanets). I has a catchy baroque feel if such a thing is possible. I've been playing it in the car, and my 17 year old daughters' comment was "it's not that bad". Praise indeed!
on 13 July 2006
This CD is worth buying for the 14th track, Quintetto 4 in D Major, G. 448: Fandango, Grave Assai - Luigi Boccherini, alone, which is absolutely magnificent in all respects.