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Olwen Foulkes, center, with colleagues Tabea Debus and Nathaniel Mander.

CD Review: Baroque Recorder Ride

Recorder player Olwen Foulkes has assembled a real Baroque grab bag packed with plenty of technical and expressive possibilities. Listeners might not even notice that, apart from two pieces, none of the music on this disc was actually intended for her instrument.

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Vincent Lauzer plays many Vivaldi recorder concertos on his new disc with Arion Baroque Orchestra.

CD REVIEW: Vivaldi Recorder Concertos

Vivaldi’s highly-structured, often virtuosic, and incredibly expansive catalog of works may sometimes blur together, but recorder player Vincent Lauzer and Canada’s Arion Baroque Orchestra illuminate its formal as well as its expressive variety.

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CD REVIEW: English Concert’s C.P.E. Bach Sparkles Anew

A listener could enjoy this disc for years without ever finding out (or caring) that it is a reissue of a 1979 Archiv LP. Trevor Pinnock and The English Concert’s contributions to early music and historically-informed performance are now the stuff of textbooks, yet nearly 40 years later these performances continue to crackle with energy […]

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