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    Kk95 and 97 are found only in a Parisian manuscript and Sutcliffe doubts their authenticity, pointing to similarities between them and the keyboard works of Couperin and his contemporaries, an attribution made all the more probable by the sensitive manner in which Lester performs them, with a marked change of style between tracks 5 and 6 Kk from the Fitzwilliam MS and tracks Kk95 and Lester uses two harpsichords in some of the other volumes, but on this final set plays only a copy of a Portuguese instrument ofthe original of which is in the Finchcocks collection.