Ivan March of Gramophone says '. . .a bleak unease in the unrelenting energy of the first movement, which becomes even more discomforting in the desolate start to the Lento. This leads to a forlorn suggestion of a funeral march, which then ironically quickens in pace but is suddenly cut down; the drum strokes become menacingly powerful and the despairing mood of the movement's opening returns. . . and grips the listener in the music's pessimism. . .'
This is a Study Score of Arnold’s Symphony No.6 Op.95.
Published on: 15 July 1974
No of pages: 128
Catalogue No: 0571501877