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  • Mozart Requiem

Mozart: Requiem – “Lovingly prepared and presented” (Gramophone)

Mozart: Requiem (CR036) Review by Gramophone Listen and buy now on Convivium Records I fear this disc of Mozart’s valedictory masterpiece may fall into the shadow of another (rather different) recording, reviewed above. Such is the peril of taking on such [...]

  • The Traces Cycle For Solo Flute

Erber: Traces for Solo Flute – “Musical structures that unashamedly require you ally your ears with an analytical brain” (Gramophone)

The Traces Cycle for Solo Flute (CR020) Review by Gramophone Listen and buy on Convivium Records In Gareth Malone’s Gareth Malone’s Guide To Classical Music (William Collins, 2011), Gareth Malone considers New Complexity composition. Composers minded to write complex composition, [...]

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