Musical Pointers

This album maintains the standard of this series, one of the most worth-while integrales in recorded history of pianist/composers.

The notes go into detail of the close relationship between Chisholm and Bartok in 1932-33 and the music ranges widely, making a fine recital programme. Some of the music is readily accessible; others require and receive the virtuosity of Chisholm’s dedicated champion, Murray McLachlan.

—Peter Grahame Woolf