20 Songs, 1 Hour 13 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Jonathan Dove’s In Damascusis a song-cycle for tenor and string quartet and was inspired by the Syrian refugee crisis. His response is direct, uncompromising, unsentimental and, as a result, very powerful. Few tenors can galvanise the intensity of Mark Padmore, while the Sacconis are joined by the pianist Charles Owen for Dove’s Piano Quintet which dances, ducks and dives to great effect. The quartet, Out of Time, was commissioned to remember a departed husband, and judging by the vivacity of the music he must have been immense fun.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Jonathan Dove’s In Damascusis a song-cycle for tenor and string quartet and was inspired by the Syrian refugee crisis. His response is direct, uncompromising, unsentimental and, as a result, very powerful. Few tenors can galvanise the intensity of Mark Padmore, while the Sacconis are joined by the pianist Charles Owen for Dove’s Piano Quintet which dances, ducks and dives to great effect. The quartet, Out of Time, was commissioned to remember a departed husband, and judging by the vivacity of the music he must have been immense fun.

Mastered for iTunes
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Pleasantly Alive & Radiant

Thank you. Full of clear thought and pure emotion. My mind smiles and my heart sings with the moments of new age lightly interwoven throughout. I feel like my inner child, teen, young adult and current self get to hang out and get lost on this journey together through a musical masterpiece.

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