Comments by readers and scholars
Ever since the first limited-circulation version of 1983, but more so recently for the eBook editions, the author has received many favourable personal comments. Harpsichordist Daniel Jencka in the HPSCHD-L online forum recently wrote (31 Jan. 2016):
“... early fingering ... Lindley and Boxall's two volumes of pieces fingered from the time, they are very useful. But what I found to be the greatest resource is Claudio Di Veroli's early fingering method, which is entirely based on the sources. It's great value is comes from the fact that it shows that early techniques from many original sources were almost entirely in accord. ... The differences are mostly small, and though interesting, are statistically and measured by the standing of source authors and players who are in agreement, really just something to consider off to the side. ... Before coming across Claudio's method six or seven years ago, I was unable to see the forest for the trees, and for trees I had nearly all the books, papers, articles, examples and treatises available. It all needed to be gone through by someone interested in drawing out the individual techniques as applied to representative passages and patterns so that core practices and commonalities could be drawn out. ...”.
Daniel Jencka's very interesting full post is worth reading.