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Humphrey Procter-Gregg

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HUMPHREY PROCTER-GREGG
Sonata in A for Horn & Piano (1975)
Sonata no.3 in F for Violin & Piano (1947)
Sonata for Clarinet & Piano (c. 1943)

Westmoreland Sketches for Piano (1968):
Shower in Spring (no.23),
Summer Dreams (no.24),
Autumn Reflections (no.25),
Winter Elegy (no.26)

Nicholas Cox (clarinet)
Robert Ashworth (horn)
Richard Howarth (violin)
Ian Buckle (piano)

Recorded at The King's School, Macclesfield
31 March, 1-2 April 2005

CDLX 7165

“The Clarinet Sonata plays to the instrument’s singing heart and voice. There are none of the dramatics of the Alwyn or Bax clarinet sonatas; instead we are in much the same territory as the Finzi Concerto and Bagatelles. The music is predominantly warming and ends, still and sun-drenched. Sheer magic.” Rob Barnett, MusicWeb International, May 2006
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Price: £11.99
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