A style too far? (Recording review)

Wright, D. C. H. (1993) A style too far? (Recording review). Musical Times, 134 (1802). pp. 215-217. ISSN 0027-4666 (print) 2397-5318 (online)

Abstract

Recordings reviewed: String Quartet No.1 by Philip Cashian; Songs and Dances from a Haunted Place by Martin Butler; String Quartet (Winter Landscape with Skaters and Birdtrap) by David Nicholls; Piano Trio by Berthold Goldschmidt; Piano Trio by David Matthews; Piano Trio by Malcolm Lipkin; Solstice of Light: Five Carols, Hymn to the Word of God by Maxwell Davies, Choir of King's College, Cambridge, Christopher Hughes, Cleobury; Sing, Ariel; The Mouse Metamorphosed into a Maid by Alexander Goehr, Lucy Shelton, Eileen Hulse, Sarah Leonard, Instrumental Ensemble, Knussen; Cantiga by David Matthews; Seven Early Songs by Mahler, David Matthews, Colin Matthews, Jill Gomez, Bournemouth Sinfonietta, Carewe; Equalisation for Brass Quintet and Live Electronics: Sonata for Cello, Piano, Seven Wind Instruments and Percussion by Tim Souster, Equale Brass Quintet, The Nash Ensemble, Friend; The Whale by John Tavener, The London Sinfometta and Chorus, Atherton; We Shall See Him as He Is by John Tavener, Patricia Rozario, John Mark Ainsley, Andrew Murgatroyd, The Britten Singers, Chester Festival Chorus, BBC Welsh Symphony and Chorus, Hickox; Mary of Egypt by John Tavener, Patricia Rozario, Stephen Varcoe, Chloe Goodchild, Choristers of Ely Cathedral, Britten-Pears Chamber Choir, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Friend

Actions (login required)

Edit Item Edit Item