2007 (incl. bonus DVD)
Eighteenth-century Europe was home to an infinity of musical styles. The fascination of composers with developments elsewhere led to a multitude of creative imitations and further transformations. Our recording is a sounding illustration of the results: a German embraces the French orchestral suite and an Italian is the driving force behind the new concerto form, only to inspire another German to other creative ventures.
+ Bonus-DVD: The Collegium Musicum Den Haag (a film by Bernhard Trebuch)
‘A breath of fresh air.’ – Fanfare
‘Unafraid and clever playing – Volkskrant ****
‘An ensemble to follow!’ – Pizzicato *****