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Handel: 6 Concerti Grossi

‘Van Diemen’s Band strikes gold’, Gramophone Magazine, UK

‘An essential recording to see this music in a new light’, Diapason Magazine, France

Recorded for the prestigious Swedish label, BIS, this recording of Handel's Op.3 concerti grossi casts new light on some of Handel's best-loved music. Conducted by renowned French director, Martin Gester, this recording was hailed by Limelight Magazine as being "as good as it gets".

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Bach Bass Cantatas

The music of Johann Sebastian Bach is pure perfection: a vast yet intricate tapestry of heavenly beauty and human emotion.

This recording presents Bach’s two sacred cantatas for solo bass, performed by acclaimed Australian baritone David Greco: "Ich habe genug" (It is enough) BWV82, an outpouring of uttermost relief and joy, and "Ich will den Kreuzstab gerne tragen" (Gladly will I bear the cross) BWV56, presenting the human journey as a sea voyage, tossed on raging waters before coming safe home to port in heaven.

Warmth, honesty, truth, compassion and transcendent beauty: this recording by the cream of Australia’s early music specialists will make you fall in love with Bach all over again.

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Cello Napoletano - SOLD OUT

Discover the sparkling musical treasures of old-time Naples, as Van Diemen’s Band presents its debut album – connecting the pristine wilderness and Antarctic gateway of present-day Tasmania with one of eighteenth-century Europe’s greatest sea ports.

Featuring Australian-born, Italy-based cellist Catherine Jones, this CD was acclaimed by Limelight Magazine as "an excellent recording of rarely-heard concerti, and a must for all fans of the Baroque".

This recording is no longer in print.

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"These often dazzling performances can surely take pride of place alongside the best international Baroque recordings from recent decades (4 & ½ stars)" (The Australian) 

"This recording is as good as it gets" (Limelight Magazine)

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