I recently reviewed Peter Racine Fricker's fine Violin Concerto recently released on Lyrita. Today, I have just finished listening to his superb Second Symphony on EMI with Sir John Pritchard conducting the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
Yet a brief look at Crotchet reveals, in addition to the above works two violin sonatas a quintet, a couple of choral miniatures and a handful of organ works.
Does anyone agree with me that this is a pathetic total for such a fine composer?
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