“This album is like a bottle of sparkling wine that you’ve opened after shaking it. You press the button of your audio device and the good vibes gush onto the floor.
It’s as if chirpy Papageno were standing in front of you and whistling one birdcatcher’s song after the other into the room, full of grace and elegance. New wonder flautist Ana de la Vega and oboist Ramón Ortega Quero from Munich are sparkling themselves through works by Haydn for lira organizzata (a crossover between hurdy-gurdy and organ) as well as through solo and double concertos by Anton and Carl Stamitz. Spring has sprung.”