Here’s a nice Vaudry by Grieswich. Of particular interest is the musician’s commentary on 17c French instruments compared to 18c instruments. An interesting topic for our discussions.
Lovely sound. Interesting meantone (hear the very sharp F natural: possibly 2/7 S.c.?). Excellent technique. Nice interpretation.
I have only two objections:
.Pity the (as already commented recently) feeble 4’: it hardly adds anything to the 2x8’!
While, as Gilger correctly writes, Nivers and other early baroque French play the port-de-voix before the beat, Chambonnières in his Table does not.
There is a most interesting project ongoing in France to make a facsimile of the 1648 French harpsichord in Issoudun. The building itself will be undertaken by Émile Jobin.
You can find details and a video of the instrument here: