Oh, nice choices. I feel so sorry for that Daphne, because no one ever seems to play it - and yet it's lovely. If the third set didn't exist, it would probably be one of the highlights of the Lust-Hof. It was the thing that made me fall for van Eyck (I played the tune from it, and the tune of the Lord's Prayer before it, and nothing else from that volume for a loooong time, if I remember), but it also gave me a massive panic, because when I listened to Daphne on YouTube, I couldn't work out why what people were playing wasn't what I was reading. I only had volume 1 at that stage, and anacrusis kindly explained the fact there are three Daphnes.
I don't know the Bach - had to go and find it on YouTube, but it's gorgeous. Nice!
Hey, a teacher can be a therapist too; their job is to diagnose what we find hard in music and help us with it. Being honest with our thoughts is a vital part of communication, and nothing works without communication.
I have messed up massively. I decided that it was time to meet Quantz first hand. I do speak some German, so having found a cheap Amazon version I got it without worrying too much about language. Turns out it's a facsimile of an original edition all in Pointy Gothic script that I find soooo hard to read (made worse by archaic spellings) so it's going to take me about two decades to read. Ah well, maybe it will become more familiar with practice.
edit: off-topic - falling in love with Daphne also made me find this, a set of variations on the same tune for organ. This, to my mind, is the organ near its best. It's so lovely enjoying a tune in different contexts. Hope you like it too.