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Jazz Fusion/Soul/Prog


Prelude & Deodato 2

Ray Davies

Themes from The Exorcist, The French Connection, The Sting and other great films & Flashpoint


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Edmund Rubbra

Edmund Rubbra
Prelude & Fugue on a theme of Cyril Scott op.69 (1949)
Sonatina op.19 (1928-29)
Fukagawa (Trad Japanese arr Rubbra c 1929)
Introduction, Aria & Fugue op.104 (1959-60)
Fantasy Fugue op.161 (1982)
Eight Preludes op.131 (1966)
Nemo Fugue (c 1960)
Four Studies op.139 (1970-71)
Invention on the name of Haydn op.160 (1982)
Nine Teaching Pieces op.174 (1952):
Question and Answer, Pipe tune, Hurdy gurdy, Catch me if you can, Slow dance, Peasant dance, Cradle song, The donkey, The shining river

Michael Dussek (piano)
with Rachel Dussek (piano)

Recorded at Henry Wood Hall, London, 29-31 January 2001

CDLX 7112

“Here is an example of a record company getting everything right. An outstanding artist playing worthy yet neglected repertoire in beautifully recorded sound.” Jeremy Siepmann, BBC Music Magazine, October 2001

“Although all these pieces do exist in various other versions, Michael Dussek’s fine survey is undoubtedly the one to have.” The Penguin Guide to CDs and DVDs 2003-4 edition
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