My own take on this wonderful set, is that Huggett manages to give us the sound - virtuosic flexible and italianate - that Carmignola has been credited for about 10 years later. This is an absolute standard recommendation for La Cetra and unlikely to be bettered.
This truly is a classic. Alongside more recent sets such as Podger's Stravaganza and Casazza's recent Cimento set.
This is a standard set of Vivaldi violin concertos. It is enjoyable if relentless listening. I find I have to break up the concertos to get the full benefit of the musicianship on offer . Nonetheless great stuff especially if you want a break from Bach and the rest. As far as I can judge these are very well played and pulled me into the music which is a test of a great recording.