'...through the glass' reviews

‘… its neo-romantic sweetness and confidence develop into coherent variations with strongly melodic distinction.’
The Evening Standard (Tom Sutcliffe), 11 August 1998
‘The opening section is a long and defiantly emphatic monody, a near unison involving all 13 of the strings and wind, and illuminated with added splashes of colour from piano, harp and percussion.  A tender little chorale on muted strings then goes on … to a heroically scored grandioso at the end’
The Times (Gerald Larner), 23 November 1994

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