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‘…best of all is Constant Lambert’s Concerto for Piano and Nine Instruments. This little-known piece firmly demonstrates Lambert’s mastery of “symphonic jazz” – a term coined by the composer himself. It’s a furious, red-blooded work, one that benefits from David Owen Norris’s high-octane approach.’
‘And applause for Constant Lambert’s Piano Sonata, music of muscle and strong personality, powerfully projected by David Owen Norris.’