I can not stop wondering how many admirers Mr. Pinnock has in the world. In principle, this is not surprising. At the dawn of authentic movement he was one of those who convinced the audience in the eligibility of using of the original instruments and performance techniques. But from the very beginning, his performance, in contrast for example from Hogwood, Linde, Pickett and others, did not go beyond stereotype of the traditional performance of baroque music: it is still follow a romantic heritage. That's why everything is smooth, medium emotionally as candy in gold wrappers, no ups or failures in the performance of all composers. He is completely predictable in his work. Obviously, this is exactly what the audience likes. But all this is good only for the first perception of authentic music. Emotions need to be seeking at the other orchestra.