Roed’s skill in producing a satisfying result, through the adaptations the recorder arrangement requires, is striking. ★★★★
BBC Music Magazine, April 2021
“While adjustments to the melodic line of the solo violin are required to accommodate the recorder, Roed’s skill in producing a satisfying result is striking. Perhaps the most convincing of the concertos are three in which Vivaldi, though offering a choice between violin and oboe, clearly had the latter foremost in mind. There are other delights, too, and many pleasing details: for example the cuckoo calls in the opening movement of Summer, and the shimmering modulations of the affecting Grave of the A minor Concerto (Op. 4, No. 4 – RV 357).” Read more.