“The playing of London Baroque is, as always, stylish and engaging, with perfect ensemble.” – new review

London Baroque‘s CD of Trio Sonatas from 18th century England for BIS has been very favourably reviewed by Musica Dei Donum: “This disc is part of a series devoted to the trio sonata in various European countries in the 17th and 18th centuries. The playing of London Baroque is, as always, stylish and engaging, with perfect ensemble. The tempi are well chosen, with enough contrast between the various movements. There are various good recordings of Handel’s sonatas, but the rest of the programme is far less well-known and some pieces are probably recorded here for the first time. That makes this disc even more worthwhile.  In short, another very fine release in this interesting series.”


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» Posted on January 28, 2013 in ensembles-news


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