A German Bouquet. Works by Schop, Schmelzer, Muffat, Krieger, Buxtehude, Bach, Erlebach & Pisendel


Trio Settecento’s accounts of the four trio sonatas in this programme of German Baroque music suffer from problems of balance, John Mark Rozendaal’s gamba occasionally seeming too distant in several passages of melodic significance. Nevertheless, these period players realise the contrasting metres and tempos of Schmelzer’s D minor Sonata (1659) ...

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