Arthur Butterworth: Viola Concerto op.82, Symphonies no.1 op.15* & no.4 op.72, plus interview feature


As so many works of Mancunian composer Arthur Butterworth, the Viola Concerto was several years in the making before its premiere in 1993. Butterworth, who as a student took up the viola as a second instrument, has a good understanding of its possibilities and of the potential pitfalls of writing ...

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