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Baroque Trumpet Concertos
Gottfried Heinrich Stolzel, Georg Philipp Telemann, Antonio Vivaldi
Baroque Trumpet Concertos
Genres: Special Interest, Classical
 
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Judy D. (JDT) from PLEASANTON, CA
Reviewed on 8/13/2006...
Concertos by Telemann, Vivaldi, Stolzel, Torelli - played by Maurice Andre on trumpet & Academy of St. Martin in the Fields (Neville Marriner)

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An Excellent Bargain-priced CD!!
Johnny Bard | Orlando, FL | 02/13/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I originally purchased this disc as an EMI Classics Red Line release (I think I paid $5.99 for it). It was a steal then, and remains so today on the Seraphin line (simple a reissue of the same EMI Red Line release). Maurice Andre is a fantastic trumpet player, and he simply shines on this recording (featuring the Academy of St. Martins on the Field under Sir Neville Marriner). Bargain-priced CDs tend to get the proverbial bum rap, but Seraphin (as usual) offers a first-rate recording that can compete with any full-priced release. I've listened to this disc at least 20 times, and I never tire of it. Andre and Marriner bring to life these works, some by lesser-known composers (like Stolzel, Telemann and Torelli). I can't think of a better introduction to these underrated Baroque artists (with the exception of Sony's 'Baroque in Italy' CD, which sadly is now out-of-print, too). This recording, as with so many others, will not be available forever. Given the quality of the recording and beauty of the pieces, I strongly recommend purchasing this disc before it, too, goes out-of-print. It's a great disc at a great price, and would be a welcomed addition to any Classical music collection."
Better than a dab of Imperial margarine
S. Gustafson | New Albany, IN USA | 03/01/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is a great feel-good record. Music to reign by.
The Stölzel concerto for four instrumental choirs is a particular gem, a great piece to cue up and wake up in the morning to. There is nothing particularly deep or heavy here. All of these pieces are light, in major keys. They are well recorded and well played."