'Two Part Invention' reviews

'… the first of this work’s two parts is a vivid display of manically interacting traces and patterns.  At its height, an amplified cello seizes the foreground and temporarily everything else freezes.  What follows is a song of enormous length, growing in intensity, and this time the culmination is held back to bursting point so that the rapid music breaks out again with a surging sense of release.'
The Independent (Robert Maycock), 24 March 1990

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