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As valuable as the late Fischer-Dieskau’s recording with the composer at the piano is, Williams presents just as cogent, focused and even more beautiful a reading of Britten’s Blake masterpiece; and Burnside’s pianism and musical instincts are second to none, revealing harmonies and connections not hinted at in previous recordings. The early Tit for Tat is a delight, as are the folk-song arrangements. Wonderful.

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