Fischer's style is a cosmopolitan mix of French high-baroque sensibility, slylus phantasticus contemporary folk idioms, and Italian chamber music style. The Plainte of Suite No.7 reminded me of Bach's D-minor Prelude from WTC I. The Prelude of Suite No. 6 is like a toccata of Reincken or Bohm. The Aria that precedes the variation SCI of Suite No. 5 is a gentle anthem, like Purcell's 'Fairest Isle' or a love song by Theile Or Krieger. The beauty of this Aria is matched only by the last variation of the set; the moisture and roundness of sound of the repeated string figuration evokes images of Aurora, morning dew, or a scene from A Midsummer Night's Dream.