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Reznek as performer and teacher clearly favours clarity. It is there in Janáček’s On An Overgrown Path, crisp phrasing heightening the sense of light and shade, just as it captures the humour in Debussy’s cameos of General Lavine and Homage to S Pickwick. But she also manages a hypnotically smooth legato in Messiaen’s Vingt Regards and spans the dynamic contrasts of David Earl’s Old Roses with conviction.

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