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Colourful, propulsive and quick as lightning

The Times, Geoff Brown

…first in the shape of Meredith’s Origami Songs, originally for recorder and ensemble, but played in a larger version featuring two fiercely communicative solo clarinets (Timothy Orpen and Thomas Lessels). Devised with more than her usual degree of playful finesse, the piece gave the musicians ample chances to be colourful, propulsive and quick as lightning, all without a conductor’s aid.

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05/07/2020