5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 5 January 2011
Baroque duets at their most exciting. Stunning recorder playing by one of that instrument's most accomplished experts, accompanied on the harpsicord by a keyboard master who can switch from modern jazz to baroque with ease. There is no excuse for failing to buy this CD. If you're not already an enthusiast for Bach's music then start here, now!
5 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on 16 November 2010
The left hand of Jarrett plays Basso Continuo, and the right hand plays the part of melody. And the good sense of Jarrett can be felt by co-starring with virtuoso of "recorder" Michala Petri through BWV 1030 - 1035, that are originally the works for transverse flute. As a result, these works are more delicately expressible. Virtuosity of Michala Petri also worth listening to. By the way, it hited when I had a jazz lover listen to this CD. He said that "Prest" of BWV 1030 was driving. And he came to buy this CD.
Recorded in 1992.