Sublime Mozart

Howard Smith
Music and Vision Daily (UK)

…in both works Paul Dean demonstrates his exemplary fluency and a stylish, marvellously phrased affinity for Mozart's classical demands. Moreover conductor Tourniaire appears to have the measure of the enduringly superlative score.

Still better, Dean and the Grainger Quartet turn in a sensitive, eminently competitive account of the Clarinet Quintet (1789)…I expect to enjoy some further R&R, reacquainting myself with Melba Recordings' excellent centenarian tribute disc.