I bought this recording (in the MP3 version) after hearing the A minor on the radio. That piece is an old favorite of mine, from an old CD featuring Hans-Martin Linde.
Colpron, the recorder soloist here, breathes new life into this old gem. The performance is by turns sprightly, understated, boisterous, and a little coy. It's a sheer delight.
The other works on the recording are welcome additions to my collection. The featured violinist, Manfred Kraemer, brings just as much verve and class as Colpron. Telemann wrote SO MANY works (approx. 3,000) that it's relatively easy to run into Telemann you've never heard. The other concerti here are like Telemann's best: enjoyable, even after hearing them dozens of times.