All books and scores will be at around half price from now until the end of August 2022
Seminars held at the Dartington International Summer School led to Did Bach really mean that? a 350-page handbook for players. Its aim is to encourage not just harpsichordists, but all keyboard players, whatever their instrument, to go ‘beyond the dots’: to discover more fully the breadth of meaning which an apparently simple Baroque score may conceal. Notation is a musical language, and all Baroque composers – not just Bach, Handel, Mattheson, but Couperin, Rameau, Scarlatti, and countless others, used it in a personal way, striving to overcome its limitations.
Also available from Soundboard Publications is a select group of musical scores, most of which originate in my recordings, available on the Recordings page.