Notes & Reviews:
The period between 1580 and 1650 is often referred as the Golden Age of English consort music, not only for the breathtaking amount of repertoire, but also for the incomparable quality of the music produced. Among the many brilliant musicians of this Golden Age, none shines brighter than John Jenkins, but still he is neglected.
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The Baroque Style: Guitar Transcriptions / Andrew Schulman
Carlo Graziani (1710-1787): Sonatas for cello & basso continuo / Marco Testroi, cello; I Musici di Santa Pelagia
Joseph Martin Kraus (1756-1792): Arias and Overtures / Monica Groop, mezzo; Helsinki Baroque Orchestra; Häkkinen
Howells: Stabat Mater / Benjamin Hulett, tenor; Alison Hill, soprano; The Bach Choir; Bournemouth SO; Hill
David Popper (1843-1913): Cello Concertos 1-3 / Wen-Sinn Yang, cello. Niklas Willen
Esaias Reusner (1636-1679) Delitiae Testudinis, Vol. 2 - suites & dances for lute / Paul Beier: baroque lute
Christmas with the Shepherds - Renaissance Choral Music by Mouton, Morales & Stabile / The Marian Consort, Rory McCleery
Vivaldi: Concertos for Two Cellos; Piazzolla: Milonga / Julian and Jizxin Lloyd Webber, cellos
Adolph Henselt (1814-1889): Chamber Music for cello & piano / Stefan Burkhardt, piano; Norbert Hilger, cello