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“A recording for a gentle summer’s evening…”

CD cover image of Fontanella's Nightingale's Response CD
Fontanella – The Nightingale’s Response

Thank you Lark Reviews for this charming review of The Nightingale’s Response by Fontanella:

If ever there was a recording for a gentle summer’s evening this must be it. The scores range from Merula and Van Eyck in the seventeenth century to George Shearing and Joseph Kosma. The nightingale itself is heard as the programme continues and it says a great deal for the sensitivity of the planning that there is no problem in continuity. The Quintet play a wide range of recorders giving a freshness and range to the works, all of which are captivating in their impact.


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