Telemann’s "Fantasias for Solo Violin" and his "Fantasias for Solo Flute" constitute a varied collection of twelve pieces, half of which follow the model of the ‘sonata da chiesa’ and the other half the model of the ‘sonata da camera’.
In these pieces Telemann presents an abundance of different stylistic elements and features of his time which make this collection an extensive compendium of late Baroque violin music.
This well laid out edition comes with a really useful guide to a stylistic interpretation, including notes on fingering, bowing, dynamics, articulation, ornaments and vibrato. (...) a great introduction to Bach's iconic works, and (...) fun to play.
Stringendo Magazine Volume 40 No.1, April 2018 (Susan Pierotti)