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It is difficult to imagine a better celebration of the immense spiritual and historical richness of Yuletide than this multi-faceted and deeply ...
Julian Bream urged several British composers to compose for the guitar, to expand both the repertoire and the instrument's possibilities beyond the ...
In the work of Peter Maxwell Davies, the traditions of the British pastoralists and of Sibelius (almost a British composer for the critical role that ...
The Naxos commission for ten string quartets by Peter Maxwell Davies yielded works that display extraordinary variety and versatility, from a ...
If one work can be said to have secured Peter Maxwell Davies' international reputation, it would have to be his iconoclastic Eight Songs for a Mad ...
This 2014 Naxos CD may seem a little familiar to collectors of Peter Maxwell Davies' recordings because it is a reissue of material that first ...
The cover of this disc, evocative of a shopping-mall display, fails to so much as hint at the riches within: a collection of contemporary Christmas ...
You might expect that a disc called Britannia with a photograph of the white cliffs of Dover on the cover would start with a Pomp and Circumstance ...
New York Polyphony, a male quartet, in many senses calls to mind Anonymous 4, the women's ensemble that made an extraordinary career focusing on ...
In the music of Peter Maxwell Davies, strands of British tradition are reconciled with international modernism. This recording of the Symphony No. 1, ...
Peter Maxwell Davies' Taverner, based on the life of the 16th century English composer, stands in the tradition of operas like Pfitzner's Palestrina ...
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