Dancing Shadows launched to a great reception!
"From the very first notes you will be blown away..." readings.com.au
Please scroll down to read review extracts, or click here for a PDF of full reviews.
To see a short video of the performers playing and discussing Miriam Hyde's music, click here.
To read Bridget's blog in Limelight Magazine, click here.
Click here to hear a radio interview with Bridget Bolliger, from Fine Music 102.5FM in Australia.
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Five Solos for Flute and Piano
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Sonata in G minor for Flute and Piano
Sea Shell Fantasy
Autumn in Princes Garden
On the Hillside
Poems by Miriam Hyde
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Sample poem: Playing with Orchestra in Perth
TT: 47:10 music, 13:00 poems
Click here for a PDF of full reviews.
"Dancing Shadows contains some frankly ravishing music, delicate and finely wrought, continually pulling free of its descriptive moorings to be carried off by darker undercurrents. One couldn’t hope for better advocates for this music than flautist Bridget Bolliger and pianist Andrew West."
William Yeoman, Gramophone
"This release introduces the exciting partnership of Australian–Swiss flautist Bridget Bolliger and British pianist Andrew West. They bring Ms Hyde’s delightful music to the attention of listeners and flute players alike. From the very first notes you will be blown away, both by Bolliger’s glorious sound and West’s expert handling of the accompaniment."
Kate Rockstrom, readings.com.au
"Flautist Bridget Bolliger has all the ingredients necessary, tonally, technically and expressively, to convey the music’s attractive mood setting and Andrew West lives up to his reputation as an outstandingly sympathetic accompanist and colleague. Attractively recorded and annotated, too."
Jonathan Woolf, Musicweb International