'...but all shall be well' reviews

“The work has a strikingly individual voice; every detail confirms that in his mid-twenties Adès is already a substantial figure in our musical landscape.”
The Guardian (David Fallows), 1 March 1996

“…intricately scored, but open-handed in its appeal, and the first of Adès’ scores I’ve heard to trump technical brilliance with a real, affected emotional statement. Not that this is heart-on-sleeve emotionality: the writing is considered…with a refined feeling for texture…I found it genuinely affecting.”
The Independent on Sunday, 6 August 1995

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