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Instrumental

★★★☆☆ Excellent playing but hard going as a full-on programme.
★★★★½ Back to where it began with Bach’s transcendental violin.
★★★☆☆ Gillham’s decent debut: a well-balanced recital from a fine young Australian pianist.
★★★★☆ More than merely a lutenist, the Swedish musician's debut album is an ideal introduction to Baroque lute and theorbo.
★★★★½ Michael Finnissy's arrangements of songs by Gershwin given a delicate reading.
★★★★☆ Hewitt proves Beethoven to be the god of small (musical) things.
★★★★½ Music of William Lawes turns out to be only a little viol.
★★★★☆ Grosvenor pays homage in a number of rather unlikely ways.
★★★★½ Bach’s musical rosary beads: Esfahani excels in the Mount Everest of harpsichord music.

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