Bach - Little prelude in F BWV 927 C. Grimaldi A 415 harpsichord
This is a physically modelled virtual copy of a harpsichord by Carlo Grimaldi Typical of a short-scaled Italian instrument it has a crispness of attack and transparency of tone that makes it ideal for continuo use, and is also well suited to 17th and 18th Century Italian and German solo repertoire. Its two registers can be played separately or combined together. (Modartt)
People play often this piece so very fast. I thought I'll be brave and play it slower. I think it sounds nice in this tempo. One can better hear the different parts.