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Giovanni Battista Buonamente: sonatas, canzonas and sinfonias / Helianthus Ensemble

The curious existence of a collection of seven wind instruments in a convent in Assisi Italy and the investigation into its history by a...

Amarante – Airs de cour / Céline Scheen

Please be aware that no English notes accompany this Flora Records album of songs performed by Céline Scheen titled Amarante. Also, there are no translations of...

Horn Player Radek Baborak plays Zelenka and Telemann Overtures

In the hierarchy of French horn players, Radek Baborák resides at the very top, with little company. His burnished golden tone, sparkling articulation, and...

Polychoral Splendour from the four galleries of the Abbey Church of Muri

The works of Giovanni Gabrieli and Heinrich Schütz on this Audite SACD embody an important historical step toward the emancipation of instrumental music from...

Platti Trios for Violin, Cello and Basso continuo – uplifting music from the late baroque

This disc of trio sonatas and duos for cello and violin has been in my CD player many times since I first listened to...

Tafelmusik plays Rameau: Orchestral music from the operas

While there are three or four complete recordings of Rameau’s opera Dardanus in the current catalog, there are none of his opéra-ballet Le Temple de la Gloire....

Arie & Sinfonie of Johann Georg Reutter – Not to be missed!

Johann Georg Reutter (1708-1772) lived and worked at a time when the support and practice of music composition and performance had fully blossomed at...

Charming Baroque Chamber Airs by Richard Jones

I can state with absolute certainly that you have never before heard these Chamber Airs for Violin (and Thorough Bass) from 1735 by Richard Jones. I...

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