Attilio Cremonesi had the Beethoven orchestra well under control, let it play pointedly, tonally and rhythmically sharpened.
The sound of the Beethoven Orchestra, under the direction of Attilio Cremonesi, appeared pure, transparent and sharpened by the wealth of overtones from the very first bars of the overture. Sparse vibrato, flexible rhythms, delicious harpsichord improvisations in the continuo contributed to finely drawn.
The orchestral sound of the Beethoven Orchestra is so delicate that you sometimes forget that there are no baroque specialists at work here. But that’s not entirely true, since Attilio Cremonesi is an outspoken expert for the early 18th century at the podium in the Bonn theater.