The album would be worth it for Steger’s gentle, flawlessly intoned pastoral Handel slow movements. But it’s when you get to the Flute Concerto in G major of Francesco Geminiani that things really get cooking.

In short, you may not know it from the packaging, but what you’re getting here is the virtuoso recorder event of the year, or perhaps some longer period than that.

James Manheim in, 2019

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