This Telarc recording is, once again, true to their reputation for sound quality. You'll love the rich tones of the brass in solo and in harmony, let alone in company with organ. (Especially if you can listen to them in SACD!) My only "con" is one of personal taste: I prefer to hear the brass in support of the organ; many of the pieces here feature the brass with organ accompaniment. But the opening with Purcell's "Rondeau" and some others like the arrangement of Clarke's famous "Trumpet Voluntary" pushed my 4 stars up to 5. Typical of the Barogue, the selections here can be melodious and smooth, or exciting and grand - but always in motion. The Empire Brass and William Kuhlman demonstrate their musicianship and fully display the glorious sounds of the Baroque masters.