About this title: The keyboard works of Jean-Philippe Rameau have not been played often on a modern piano. It will not do to claim, as does the copywriter of the back-cover text here, that the comparative neglect of Rameau's keyboard music is due to this fact; harpsichordists, with their growing body of performance insights, have tended indeed to rediscover composers. The problem is simply that the aesthetic of Rameau's smaller pieces, whose courtly formality is combined with a certain spirit of intellectual experimentation, remains a tough ...
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