for cello -
heard by HOWARD SMITH
'... Marinescu ... appears to have the measure of each work on offer here.'
The label note writer tells us 'Moto Perpetuo' represents the classical landscape as a whole. He/she continues:
These compositions are bound by the cello's simultaneous steadfastness and adaptability as well as the composers' shared ability to seize and control the instruments' expressive timbre and range. The nine works enable Marinescu to prove the cello's ability to connect the slow and brooding with the meditative and joyous — and beyond.
This promotes the notion that all of Moto Perpetuo is well and good...
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Masterton, New Zealand