Peacock Pie
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A typical Hyperion record if we may say so—six attractive and shamefully neglected English early-to-mid-20th-century works by five composers whose names are not as familiar as they should be. As far as we can trace, none of these pieces has been commercially recorded before, although Peacock Pie was available many decades ago on a now rare Boosey & Hawkes 78rpm disc available only from the publisher. ('Peacock Pie' is the title of one of Walter de la Mare's 'books of rhymes'.)

The friendly and genial mood of this disc makes it virtually another one of our 'British Light Music Classics' CDs.

CDA67316  59 minutes 47 seconds
EDITOR'S CHOICE (GRAMOPHONE)
BEST BUY (CLASSIC FM MAGAZINE)
‘Altogether this is a wholly delectable disc of spirited miniature concertos where the composers are never let down by paucity of invention. Performances are lighthearted and polished, and beautifully ...
‘Roscoe and the Guildhall Strings have put together an attractive collection here’ (American Record Guide)
‘Martin Roscoe's playing is sparklingly sympathetic, as are the accompaniments from the Guildhall Strings. This is music which you are seldom likely to encounter in the concert hall, but is ideally s ...