Lovely review from Bachtrack:  “Kemp kept a tight rein on the orchestra, with sharp rhythmic drive amidst sinister brass interruptions and breathless strings…the tranquil, hymn-like tune on the woodwind and later on in the violins was beautifully shaped and poised…Kemp created an exciting sound world as if it were the real MaCoy.  The strings played with great rhythmic vitality  amidst the swirl of excitement of the first movement while the brass blazed forth.”

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