If anyone out there is interested, a new recording by Hank Knox was
released a couple days ago:
NEW RELEASE FROM EARLY-MUSIC.COM :
D’Anglebert : pièces de clavecin (Paris 1689)
Montreal, 18 November 2003 – The recording label early-music.com is proud
to present « D’Anglebert : pièces de clavecin », a disc by harpsichordist
Hank Knox. The music of this recording comes from a collection published in
Paris in 1689 by the French composer Jean-Henry D’Anglebert. On this disc,
Hank Knox plays a clavecytherium -- an upright harpsichord -- made by the
Montreal maker Yves Beaupré.
More information can be found by clicking on this link:
The recording looks very interesting, and the one minute sample sounds very
tempting. Hank is a WONDERFUL harpsichordist. His Frescobaldi CD on the
ATMA label (recorded on FA 1677) is a must-have!