Here is a wonderful recording of one of my guitar students playing her recital piece - William Tell Overture!
Jean Philippe Rameau was a French composer who wrote music for harpsichord and voice. This piece comes from his harpsichord works. The style is termed "Baroque" and is characterized by the ornaments such as trills (the quick notes moving back and forth). It is a fun song to play and would be a delight to play on a harpsichord as there is a different touch and feel that would complement the piece greatly.
Here is the first part of this composition. I like the way he is uses accents and the pedal to shape the song. There is also some hand-crossing and the melody passes between the right and left hand, so balance is very important, too. These neat details make it so much fun to play!
Here is his wiki page if you want to know more about the composer Vittorio Rieti.
Here is is a song I worked on in my teens. I never quite got the hang of the intricate fingerings and the big jumps. Even now it is a challenge for me! Here is my best attempt. Or as one of my students put it - "with as little mistakes as possible."