|David Pereira (cello) and David Bollard (piano) play an unusual selection from the romantic cello repertoire, including works by Fauré, Delius, Kodály, Dvorák and more.|
|Kramer|| Eclogue, op. 41 no.1|
|Martinu||Variations on a Slovak theme|
|Dvorák||Silent woods, op.68, no.2|
|Glazunov||Minstrel's song, op. 71|
|Fauré||Serenade, op. 98|
|' ... an unending flow of gorgeous tone from Pereira ... In David Bollard he has a fine partner'|
David Denton, The Strad (UK), August 1993
' ... a richly rewarding listening experience ... the best cello playing you'll hear for some time.'
'The performances are skilful and sympathetic. Their predominant quality is tenderness, a tenderness born ... of strong sensitive control.'
Roger Covell, Sydney Morning Herald, October 1992
'Restful, rich in warmth from the resonance on the cello and at times almost laughing from the keyboard, the skill of these players is never in doubt. Perfect relaxation listening at the end of a heavy day, it's a disc to turn to regularly.'
Louis Montague, The Herald-Sun
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