Veale: String Quartet, Impromptu for solo recorder, Triptych for Recorder and String Quartet. Crawford: Elegiac Quintet, Three Two-Part Inventions, Clarinet Quintet


British-born composer John Veale (1922–2006) had an early career in film music, followed by studies with Roger Sessions and Roy Harris in the US. His style, however, remained in the Frank Bridge era, represented here by his  delightful 1950 String Quartet, which is worthy of a place in the repertoire. ...

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