"...the evocative Sirens of the Salish Sea, are truly inspired and capable of
imprinting clear images and sensations in our mind." ...
"Navona Records releases an interesting CD of contemporary
symphonic music that collects truly captivating evocative
and descriptive pieces. Compositions that show how contemporary
symphonic music still has a lot to say despite using tonal and
not necessarily experimental or cerebral and abstruse languages.
Songs like Desert Storm, energetic and powerful, or the evocative
Sirens of the Salish Sea, are truly inspired and capable of
imprinting clear images and sensations in our mind. The Piano
Concerto and the Jazz Fantasy, on the other hand, wink at the
Gershwinian blues and jazz styles. Deborah Kavasch, Steve Law,
John Wineglass, Barbara Jazwinski, Nan Avant, Simon Andrews, are the excellent authors of these pieces, well performed and
recorded by the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Miran Vaupotić and by the Royal Scottish National Orchestra conducted by David Watkin. An impressive CD for
lovers of descriptive and evocative contemporary classical music." Luciano Feliciani Kathodic Webzine
Thank you Kathodic Webzine and author luciano Feliciani for this wonderful review of our CD!
Original review in Italian, translated with Google Translate.