Bush Symphonies Nos 1 & 2, Overture Yorick



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Review "Bush's style is 'traditional' yet not overindebted to any predecessor; certainly not, at least in the orchestral music, to his teacher John Ireland. There is an audible affinity, at times, with Walton in his exuberant vein, once or twice with Constant Lambert. Bush's individuality lies in his sound, which is colourful, rarely lush, sometimes agreeably brusque and brassy. This astringency of colour adds zest to his always fluent, generous flow of melody. His is immensely likeable music." Michael Oliver, Gramophone *** PENGUIN GUIDE 2010
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