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Paul Conway writes: "In 2017 Martin Jones visited the National Library of Wales, and uncovered manuscript scores of these and many other piano works written by the young Dan Jones. "The depth and range of the works presented on this release suggest that Jones was a natural composer for the piano and until his symphonic odyssey had begun, he used this medium, along with that of the string quartet, for some of his most profound utterances." The Fantasia in E flat minor (1944) is delightfully eclectic, alighting fleetingly upon assorted styles and modes of expression in it's magpie invention. The Lento malinconico (1949) expresses nobility and tenderness, as well as defiance and, finally, dignity and acceptance."
Paul Conway writes: "In 2017 Martin Jones visited the National Library of Wales, and uncovered manuscript scores of these and many other piano works written by the young Dan Jones. "The depth and range of the works presented on this release suggest that Jones was a natural composer for the piano and until his symphonic odyssey had begun, he used this medium, along with that of the string quartet, for some of his most profound utterances." The Fantasia in E flat minor (1944) is delightfully eclectic, alighting fleetingly upon assorted styles and modes of expression in it's magpie invention. The Lento malinconico (1949) expresses nobility and tenderness, as well as defiance and, finally, dignity and acceptance."
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Paul Conway writes: "In 2017 Martin Jones visited the National Library of Wales, and uncovered manuscript scores of these and many other piano works written by the young Dan Jones. "The depth and range of the works presented on this release suggest that Jones was a natural composer for the piano and until his symphonic odyssey had begun, he used this medium, along with that of the string quartet, for some of his most profound utterances." The Fantasia in E flat minor (1944) is delightfully eclectic, alighting fleetingly upon assorted styles and modes of expression in it's magpie invention. The Lento malinconico (1949) expresses nobility and tenderness, as well as defiance and, finally, dignity and acceptance."
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