| Fernando Valenti|
| Goldberg Variations|
| September 6, 1990, Red Bank, New Jersey, United States|
Johann Sebastian Bach, Ralph Kirkpatrick, Wanda Landowska, Domenico Scarlatti, Hermann Scherchen
Fernando Valenti Wikipedia
Fernando Valenti (New York, New York, 4 December 1926 - Red Bank, New Jersey, 6 September 1990) was an American harpsichordist. After studying with José Iturbi and Ralph Kirkpatrick and débuting in 1950, he recorded extensively, especially in the 1950s, and taught for forty years until his death. One of his most-noted students was Igor Kipnis. His recordings of Bach (two outstanding early ones for the Lyrichord Discs label) and Scarlatti (well over twenty LPs for Westminster Records) were highly regarded, and he was regularly mentioned in the pages of National Review by William F. Buckley Jr..