Let’s have a change of pace. Here’s Telemann‘s Concerto in E Minor for Recorder and Traverso, TWV 52:e1. The “traverso” is an early, transverse wooden flute. You can read more about the concerto here, if you’re musically inclined. This performance uses medieval instruments, played in authentic style of the period, and is by the Bremer Baroque Orchestra.
I do like Telemann’s music. He was a bridge figure between late Baroque and early classical music, and had enormous influence in his time. His works are always interesting.