This alert, stylish account of the E major concerto would surely have pleased Bach himself.
Catherine Mackintosh played the slow movement with such sweet intensity it was a joy to hear.
A lustrous tone, fleet technique and an unerring way with a melodic line.
Mackintosh acts her role with the utmost virtuosity, lovely tone, unimpeachable intonation and fine style…this recording is the one to have
Perfectly matched players in magical performances of Mozart
Lovely, unaffected performances with a disarming air of spontaneity, yet with a sense that every detail has been shaped with care and understanding
Mackintosh, on top form, acts her role with the utmost virtuosity, lovely tone, unimpeachable intonation, and fine style. The OAE rise to the occasion, making this splendidly engineered recording one to treasure … a definitive account of Vivaldi’s glorious viola d’amore concertos, one to revel in.