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“It is quite thrilling to hear, after all this time, the fruits of [Sainsbury's] labour realised in such a commanding style...Strange how some pieces as vivid and beguiling as this can slip through the net.One really could not ask Messrs Wallfisch and Yates and both orchestras for more persuasive world premieres of two concertos that already seem like old friends.”
“Always a spirited champion of British repertoire, Raphael Wallfisch gives the piece his considerable all, with Martin Yates and the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra sweeping happily alongside...Wallfisch's nimble eloquence and idiomatically written solo part makes for lively listening, and his improvised cadenza in the finale is dazzling.”
“both are serious and satisfying works, worthy of our attention. Wallfisch is the natural choice as soloists. He plays with supreme authority in both works, devoting the same energy and care as he would to the greatest works in the repertoire. Martin Yates, too, has shown his willingness to explore these musical backwaters, and the two orchestras play marvellously well under his direction.”