‘There’s great fun in the 1971Introduction and Allegro for double bass and piano, boasting the occasional burst of jazz, while the tiny, elegiac In Memoriam for Stravinsky of the same year is a marvel of economy and grace. The playing is superb throughout, the recording warm and clear.’ Roger Nichols
Pièce for wind trio; Sextet, Op. 47; In Memoriam Igor Stravinsky (Canon for string quartet); Introduction and Allegro for double bass and piano; String Trio, Op. 19; Three pieces for solo viola; Sonatine for clarinet and piano
Resonus Classics RES 10149
Read the rest of this review in the September Issue of BBC Music Magazine.
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