Here is a recording for Bach WTC1 b minor prelude and fugue, maybe a candidate for the recording section of PianoSociety: The Piano is already a bit out of tune, however within the key range of Bach pieces, the tuning sounds still acceptable to me. http://family-schmidt-minden.de/MindenB ... 0minor.mp3 Like for all Bach pieces, I played on all takes strictly without sustain pedal (in this case too without soft pedal). Especially the fugue has notes which should ring over several bars. This is almost unaudible on piano. That's why I have prepared just for fun two another recordings to show the nice harmonies that come if the tone rings longer audible. For that, here is a recording done on a digtal keyboard KAWAI MP9500, with piano&string sound: http://family-schmidt-minden.de/MindenB ... MP9500.mp3 For those purists who always prefer to play on a "natural" instrument, another recording on a Fender Rhodes piano, played through a tube amplifier. A Fender Rhodes piano works without electrical current, is a purely mechanical thing like a normal piano too. Instead strings it has parts similar to a tuning fork for every note, and the pitch, timbre and volume can be adjusted by hand for every single note. Here it is: http://family-schmidt-minden.de/MindenB ... Rhodes.mp3 Please give critical comments, and what do you think about the sound of that Bach stuff on Fender Rohdes or digital piano with string sound?