L. Berkeley: String Quartets nos.1–3


I’ve been a fan of violinist Lorraine McAslan since she first burst upon the scene with a stunning 1989 account of the Britten concerto for the now defunct Collins Classics label (reissued on Naxos 8.557198), so it was with no small amount of anticipation that I received this, her first ...

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