There is a comparison on the web somewhere of some different renditions of the French Suites on harpsichord (and one on piano I think). The reviewer initially doesn't seem to think very highly of Davitt Moroney's interpretation, but as he goes on, Suite by Suite, begins warming up to it and finally concludes it's one of the best. I can understand that review because the playing is, in a way, unassuming. Yet, it is masterful. And quite inviting. This last quality magnifies the effect of Suite #4's opening, which, for me, is that of invitation to a magnificent realm. The playing out of that realm here reveals the integrity of the Suites and their individual characters quite nicely. Just excellent.