Twenty Keyboard Pieces and One by Orlando Gibbons

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First publication of the Purcell manuscript discovered in 1993 and now held in The British Library, London. Henry Purcell used this teaching manuscript to introduce the forms and keyboard techniques of his day. This publication has been edited by leading British harpsichordist Davitt Moroney, and includes his fascinating preface illustrating the collection's background and importance, five facsimile pages and a recording of all the pieces by Davitt Moroney on CD.