Tasmin Little’s Delius Violin Concerto and Double Concerto CD

'The whole disk is 'une merveille''. Tasmin Little's Delius Violin Concerto and Double Concerto CD latest release on Chandos receives huge critical acclaim.

Robert Matthew-Walker

International Record Review 'IRR Outstanding' disc'

"This exceptional recording has exceeded my expectations.....it was clear that this wonderful violinist had found her ideal conductor......makes this new recording downright definitive.....I cannot recall a more engrossing performance of this work....a truly outstanding issue....magnificent....the concentration and application of consistent musicianship.. makes the acquisition of this disc an urgent necessity"

Adrian Cue

www.sa-cd.net, 5 October 2011

"I cannot but express my greatest admiration for her sensitive playing in Delius' Violin Concerto. In fact the whole disk is 'une merveille':......Those who are not familiar with Delius’ larger compositions can’t do better than buying this disk and enjoy it as much as I did."

BBC Radio 3

BBC Radio 3 'CD of the Week' - 8 October 2011

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