'This curious conglomeration of concertos is a celebration of contrasts'. Thus begins Kah-Ming Ng's introduction to this collection of works from the eighteenth century. Although none of the composers featured may be familiar, each work has been picked for it's fine technical skill and illuminating sound, taking inspiration from the eighteenth century definition of 'curious'' as being 'rare, excellent and fine'. Includes works by Paradis, Reichenauer, Berlin, Pepusch, Hertel, Croft and Baldassari. Charivari Agréable have established themselves as one of the Uks leading early music ensembles—in 2010 they collaborated with The King's Singers on an album of Pachelbel's Vespers, currently their best-selling album on Signum, after it featured heavily on BBC Radio 3.