-When playing this, it is crucial that you pay as much attention to which notes are stacatto and which ones aren't. Because the baseline is the Harpsichord, it makes all the more difference in sound when listening to it and playing it.
-In the beginning of the song, there's an impossible scale to play where each note is a 32nd note, and after that there is a series of F, E Flat, and E Natural notes. My advice for this part is to play as much as you can for the first measure, and for the F, Eb, and E notes, you can either trill them without counting, or you can do a chord with the three notes each measure it is in.
Let me know what I did right and what I did wrong, or if I should add anything. It was fun being a part of this project