I used to think that the only names related to Bach's keyboard masterpieces were Moroney, Leonhardt, Gould or Pinnock. I was wrong. In this recording i found an exquisite universe full of poetic interpretations, a reflexion of this masterpiece, a supreme virtousism. Gilbert, who was unknown to me until i bought this record, revealed to my personal experience about Bach, another point of view, as truthfull to the baroque as Leonhardt. Gilbert plays in a french style, softly, joyfully and with great inspiration. It is a good note to say that these interpretations were made in a Harpsichord of Gilbert's own collection; there's no doubt about the close relationship between the master and the "klavier", they are like two lovers.