'Si Va Facendo Notte' reviews

‘Woolrich’s voice emerged in the fascinating juxtaposition of primary sources among themselves, and in their relation to the present.  The first intimation came halfway through, when a humble minuet took on a wickedly Mahlerian scowl.  Then, in a concluding elegy floating on a sea of extended tonality, eighteenth and nineteenth century idioms were resolved in an atmosphere of high expressive tension.’
The Independent (Nicholas Williams), 1 May 1992

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