INKPOT CLASSICAL MUSIC REVIEWS: Simphonies & Fanfares from the French Baroque

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Robert says:

These are classic performances, which were cutting-edge for discovering the French baroque in the late 1960s and 1970s. I bought the Mouret album back in 1977, and I still have it. I also loved Kuentz’s album “Royal Fanfares at Versailles,” which introduced me to that magnificent prelude to Charpentier’s Te Deum. Historically-informed performance has developed enormously, but though I have lots of Christie and Minkowski and Rousset CDs in my collection, I love these Kuentz performances just as much as I did when I was 19. Now it’s only at Arkiv Music, but it’s well worth the price.