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Rhapsody in E minor for Violin & Piano
On Waterford Quay An Irish Impression
Reverie
Toccata for Violin & Piano
Fantaisie Brillante
Two Chinese Impressions
Andante con moto
Rhapsody for Viola & Piano
Punjabi Song
Lento & Prelude
Spanish Dance'
Luddi Dance
Andante Tranquillo
The Gentle Dove Welsh folksong arr W H Reed

Robert Gibbs (violin & viola)
Mary Mei-Loc Wu (piano)

Recorded at Potton Hall, Suffolk
15-17 December 2002

CDLX 7135



“This duo make an excellent case for music that’s easy-going and full of lyrical charm.”
“The advocacy of the sweet-toned Robert Gibbs partnered by Mary Mei-Loc Wu ... is very persuasive throughout this programme and they play the longer works with conviction and stylish spontaneity.” “Excellent recording ... natural and very well balanced.” Ivan March, The Gramophone, March 2004
Product ID CDLX7135
Price: £11.99
USD: $14.91 approx EUR: €13.28
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