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20th Century Baroque

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1. Con: I. Allegro - Larry Combs
2. Con: II. Lento (Giubiloso Ed Energico) - Larry Combs
3. Con: III. Vivace (Flessibile, Scherzando) - Larry Combs
4. Son: I. Risoluto - Rembrandt Chamber Players
5. Son: II. Lento - Rembrandt Chamber Players
6. Son: III. Allegro - Rembrandt Chamber Players
7. Son Da Camera: I. Allegretto - Rembrandt Chamber Players
8. Son Da Camera: II. Quasi Marcia Funebre - Rembrandt Chamber Players
9. Son Da Camera: III. Allegretto Innocente - Rembrandt Chamber Players
10. Son Da Camera: IV. Prestissimo - Rembrandt Chamber Players
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12. Six Elizabethan Songs: Dirge - Patrice Michaels Bedi
13. Six Elizabethan Songs: Sleep - Patrice Michaels Bedi
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16. Six Elizabethan Songs: Hymn - Patrice Michaels Bedi

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Interesting music; Nasty recording... Nov. 15 2012
By J. R. Lewis - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a collection of interesting but rarely recorded modern chamber works featuring the harpsichord. I acquired it mainly for the Carter and Falla pieces, with which I'm familiar. The performances of this unusual repertoire are quite good, but they are sabotaged by poor sound. The harpsichord is uniformly under-recorded, so it's almost drowned out whenever the other instruments play. Still worse is the brutally harsh sound of the flute (and occasionally clarinet) in its' upper register, rendering listening quite painful. I've played it on several high-end stereo systems and the sound is still bad. The recording should be remastered or withdrawn from the catalogue.
2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful Playing Jan. 22 2009
By Shoe Lust - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is a very clear sounding recording. I attribute that to the players. Harpsichord is not the easiest instrument to listen to, even live, as it is very 'busy' sounding in character. So, along with the beautiful music, the players really made this recording worth listening to.