London Baroque offers a selection of mostly unfamiliar yet often inspired French baroque trio sonatas. They do…feature many charming and evocative moments, and given the case London Baroque makes for them, they clearly deserve to be heard.
The sound is quite good…with a nicely detailed sense of soundstage and instrumental balance. As is often the case with London Baroque recordings, bass violist Charles Medlam supplies the notes, which are always informative and entertaining. It’s been more than a decade since London Baroque began its European trio sonata recording odyssey for BIS, with by and large great success…And here is another wonderful installment, warmly recommended. © 2013 ClassicsToday.com