Ah DSOTM! I do find it hard to listen to to be honest as I do all of the Floyd except the early albums with Syd Barrett. I remember them as effectively the house band at UFO ( London 1967).
This is a genuine “What’s Spinning” as I was playing it as I read your message above.
Telemann suites and just so energetic and sheer fun. Listen to those cracking dance rhythms in all of the pieces. Or that characteristic of some Baroque music, the portrayal of nature in music. Like the concerto “Die Relinge” (" Les Rainettes") which are little frogs. Just hear that frog’s chorus portrayed by the strings or its second movement which to me epitomises a hot , lazy, sunny afternoon. Then there’s the bells of Moscow portrayed in "Les Nations ( TWV55, track 12 ). A nightingale turns up in “La Bizarre” ( named because of the odd harmonic and contrapuntal structure of the first movement).