'Barcarolle' reviews

‘…a string of tunes for flute, violin, oboe and cello.  Each tune turned modally around a tonic note and was exotically accompanied by the irregular processional tread of harp, soft bass drum, soft gong or clicking cymbal rim: a personal evocation of Eastern sounds.’
The Independent (Meredith Oakes), 22 April 1989 

‘It is a piece to confirm Woolrich’s command of what is becoming very much his own sure but deliberately blurred style, entrancing and cool.’
The Times (Paul Griffiths), 22 April 1989

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