Notes & Reviews:
The frequently undervalued Georg Philip Telemann - a prolific composer who has still not been completely forgiven for having been in his lifetime more famous than Johann Sebastian Bach - is nonetheless the composer of works of great beauty, rich in musical value. Capable, as few others were, of depicting the aesthetic ideal of the time - Les goûts réunis - with elements of the Italian, French, English and even Polish styles, he also positioned the traverso in its rightful place; this provides the starting point for this recording the eminent Wilbert Hazelzet made in December 1997 alongside his old friends and colleagues: cellist Jaap ter Linden, harpsichordist Jacques Ogg and lutenist Konrad Junghänel.
BBC Music Magazine, October 2016
Hazelzet dips into the treasure trove of Telemann's chamber music providing a conspectus of his inventive legacy. Various instrumental configurations appear alongside two of the celebrated Fantasias for unaccompanied flute.
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