Down through the years, I have listened to and enjoyed many of Telemann's compositions such as his Flute Quartets along with numerous chamber works for various instrumental combinations and various orchestra works (i.e., Tafelmusick, orchestra suites, et al).This superb CPO recording of Volume One (1) of Telemann's complete Violin Concertos featuring the superb playing of Elizabeth Wallfisch, on violin wonderfully accompanied by L'Orfeo Barockorchestra, has introduced me to another facet of Telemann's vast musical "output"--the concerto and in this case, the concerto for violin. The seven (7) concertos for violin on this recording are splendid examples of the Baroque "Italian Style" concerti. They have three or four movements that alternate between slow and fast. The aforesaid instrumentalists perform these concertos magnificently on original instruments with nary a harsh sound. I look forward to future recordings of Telemann's Violin concertos from these performers because I really enjoyed this Volume one (1).