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Pamela Decker’s formidable composing and performing skills are shown to fullest advantage on this organ. This is not music for the faint-hearted, but repeated listening gradually and tantalisingly reveals Dr Decker’s command of the instrument and grasp of repertoire, forms and techniques; and influences from a wide diversity of styles, other traditions and disciplines are evident here. Loudness and complexity contrast with simplicity and introspection, and in both large- and small-scale pieces there is overriding sense that every note is exactly where it should be. A must for anyone interested in good new music.

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