Originally published by: Peter Burwasser, Fanfare Magazine

“This is an unusual presentation of an engrossing and imaginatively constructed new concerto for bassoon…”

“The solo bassoon part is written with carefully shaped phrases, and that final cadenza is poignant indeed. Performances are very fine, warm and polished”

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