Three Divertimenti

1936


"After the piquant 'March', with its characteristic double-stopped unision, glissandos and grace note motives, and the elegant 'Watz' whose intital simplicity moves to a surprisingly complexity, the final 'Burlesque' generates almost symphonic impetus through its Sibelian tremolandos and ostinatos." The Daily Telegraph, 5 January 1983


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