This is the second in the series, and covers a later period of composition than the first. I always think that these work well with a piano forte and look forward even to Beethoven. However, this performance is very good and fits the period of writing very well. I think that it takes courage for anyone to undrertake playing Das Wohltemperierte Klavier either I or II as they test the mastery of the keyboard instrument of their choice. Clavier, harpsichord, piano, or organ all lead the performer down slightly different paths in performance. Gustav Leonhardt is a master of his instrument, and provides a very satisfying performance. A master playing a master.