Paul Driver
The Sunday Times
July 2017

Four of William Walton’s most striking pieces—but almost everything he wrote is that—make an engrossing sequence. Marwood is a thrilling, virtuosic soloist in the ever-seductive concerto, and the orchestra matches his power. Sheer pizzazz is the keynote of the Partita, a showpiece for the Cleveland Orchestra; and the deft Variations on a Theme by Hindemith lead neatly into the Spitfire Prelude and Fugue, film music at its most scintillating.

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