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« on: January 23, 2014, 10:23:15 pm »

'Fen and Flood' is also rather good, available on the same disc as VW's 'The Garden of Proserpine'. 'Connemara' is the one that awaits a recording. I have to say 'The Trees so High' is my favourite: I never tire of it, especially one moment in the final movement which sounds like one has been struck by electricity and excitement.

I think 'Trees' also belies the oft-stated belief that folk song is not susceptible of symphonic development or that once you've played a folk song all you can do is play it again louder.
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