'…infused with that peculiarly English lust for the exotic but with none of the reserve that invariably inhibits it … Elgar said that Englishmen didn’t know how to rhapsodise. He hadn’t heard of Maw. His songs without words are like rapturous melismas in pursuit of the unattainable. In the trio - turned - cadenza of the scherzo the soloist’s double - stopped reverie seeks to find perfect harmony in the ether. It’s Paganini after a night in the pleasure dome, it’s Vaughan Williams’ “Lark” tur Read more
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