'Pluto, the renewer' reviews

‘… a lightning-fast scherzo that grows out of the dying moments of the preceding Neptune and finally evaporates as mysteriously as it started.’
The Guardian (Andrew Clements), 29 June 2001
 
‘… this brilliantly artful six-minute score … with the barely perceptible breathing of trombones, bass woodwind and strings, and a flurry of solar wind from the violins, Matthews forges a filigree identity for Pluto, the renewer, while picking up on the asymmetrical pulsings and warlike stridings of Holst’s own cosmology.’
The Times (Hilary Finch), 25 July 2000

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