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British Clarinet Concertos


English Clarinet Concertos

Concertos by Alan Paul and Guy Woolfenden, Concertante by Joseph Horovitz, Concertino by Adrian Cruft, Rhapsody by Geoffrey Bush,  

Cuban Rondo by Malcolm MacDonald and Alan Ridout's Concertino.    

Gavin Sutherland conducting The Royal Ballet Sinfonia. 



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Concertos by Leighton Lucas and Humphrey Procter-Gregg. Works by Vaughan Williams and John Carmichael. 

Barry Wordsworth conducting The Royal Ballet Sinfonia




Dutton Epoch CDLX 7153

Reviews  see below




"Ian Scott has a sweet tone and plays from the heart. Tasteful readings by the Royal Ballet Sinfonia."

American Record Guide, Sept-Oct, 2003, by Kilpatrick


"Each of these tiny pieces for clarinet and orchestra receives its recording debut here, and every one of them is a little gem.  Good performances and sound all around!"

Bob McQuiston (Tower  Washington DC) 


"Excellent performances throughout that serve the music well. Warmly recommended, anyway, were it only for pleasure’s sake."

Hubert Culot

Music Web USA


"Scott has a very British tonal approach – vocal and flexible without cluckiness.  Overall, this is heartily recommended 

– and certainly not excessively light."

Carl Rosman

International Record Review


" Ian Scott plays wonderfully and the Royal Ballet Sinfonia under Gavin Sutherland are excellent. All lovers of British music should 

snap this up straight away!"

Britannia Classical CD Club


"Gavin Sutherland directs the Royal Ballet Sinfonia with a sure touch, and the violin soloist and wind players of this fine orchestra disport themselves with style. In all, a fine recording and Ian Scott’s infectious enthusiasm can be felt throughout. Highly recommended.".

Victor Slaymark

The Clarinet (Publication of the International Clarinet Association)

The Clarinet and Saxophone Society of Great Britain Magazine