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Martin Riseley and Diedre Irons – a partnership of substance

By , 04/07/2010
I'd hoped initially that Martin Riseley and Diedre Irons would give us Schubert''s heartwarming C Major Fantasia for Violin and Piano - the one that liberally quotes from the composer's song "Sei mir gegrüsst" - but instead we got something darker and leaner, the Rondo in B Minor, D.895, a work whose intensely-focused moods and organically-motivated transitions throughout present a highly-concentrated dialogue between equal partners, at once demanding and... read more

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