Recorder player Tabea Debus has curated a wide-ranging and downright catchy compendium for her instrument. Yet this album’s most addicting quality may be her playing.
This immaculate and convincing performance by Astrarium Consort demonstrates obvious knowledge and affection for Francesco Durante’s 1738 creation.
Avery Amereau’s debut solo recording, a collaboration with Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra and Nicholas McGegan, covers Handel’s music for star operatic altos of both sexes.
For her recorded debut, the American violinist performs works from the French composer’s Opus 1 sonatas and comparatively lighthearted trio symphonies.
American soprano Kathryn Mueller’s first solo recording focuses on music’s most basic subject and three of the Baroque era’s best-known composers.