“The delicious Infinity for flute and piano sounds a good deal more French than British. It opens in slow waltz time with a long, beautifully shaped, rather melancholy tune in the flute, reminiscent of Fauré or even Chaminade. In contrast to this is a more virtuosic, scherzo-like music, with repetitive, irregularly accented rhythms. These two elements, and some subordinate ones, are played off against each other leading eventually to a nostalgic restatement of the opening melody, and a brief coda in scherzando style.” © Calum MacDonald 2007

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