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For this, their second recording of piano and organ repertoire, Tom and Jonathan Scott have uncovered some hidden gems such as Richard Addinsell’s Warsaw Concerto and part of Pietro Yon’s Concerto Gregoriano. Tom Scott’s own minimalist-style composition Time Piece makes a welcome contrast to the generally romantic nature of the music here. Despite the immediacy of sound from both instruments, the ensemble is extremely tight and the balance always well judged. The only thing that lets down this recording is the lack of any sleeve notes, making it feel rather more like a promotional product than commercial recording.

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