Rather than attempting to force the Vaughan Williams Sonata into a Brahmsian rhetorical mould, Rupert Marshall-
Review of recording by Gramophone
Review of recording by International Record Review
There is no doubting Rupert Marshall-
Review of recording by MusicWeb International
On this recital disc Rupert Marshall-
Review of recording by Classical Music Magazine
The key work here is Vaughan Williams’ late masterpiece; not a stranger to disc, his sonata here finds a warm and flexible performance. Holst’s early five pieces are charming and mostly new to disc, as in the Brahmsian sonata by Henry Walford Davies.
Ralph Vaughan Williams: Sonata for Violin and Piano in A Minor
Gustav Holst: Five pieces for Violin and Piano (World Premiére recording)
Henry Walford Davies: Sonata for Violin and Piano in E-
EM RECORDS (EMR CD006)
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