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He has much to say, then, and clearly inspires much energy in his players. The abiding impression, however, is that his talented soloists have been allowed to find their own answers and truly express themselves as individuals. It shows itself in the relish with which Cecilia Bernardini tugs expansively at the tempo and boldly spreads the violin chords in the outer movements of No 4, how the violas poke at each other in the canonic first movement of No 6, the freedom (but also good taste) with which so many of the players ornament their lines, or perhaps best of all how Francesco Corti turns the mad harpsichord solo of No 5 from knitting-machine music into something flexible and human, and then charmingly allows the exuberance to spill over into his continuo-playing in the next ritornello. Such delights as these are also to be encountered in the Orchestral Suite, which benefits from firm playing by flute soloist Marcello Gatti and some well-chosen tempos, including a not-too-slow Rondeaux and a not-too-fast Badinerie.
It has to be said that the sheer enthusiasm of the playing on this disc leads at times to a bit of murky ensemble and maybe a little coarseness of sound, but really it is all too much fun to be worrying about that.
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