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With a keen ear for sonority, and not one to miss a trick theatrically, Dickinson’s concertos show the composer at his most imaginative. The keyboard concertos, recorded for EMI in the eighties, are deftly done and can be considered definitive; the surprise is that his violin concerto has had to wait nearly 30 years finally to appear on disc.

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