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'The work contains some of the most startlingly precise storm music ever written - it seems less evocation than the sound of the thing itself. But there is more to it than that: Eliot's lines suggested form for the music, and the piece is music, and not just illustration. It moves through an original and convincing musical logic which is realized through a masterly control of varied sonorities.'
Boston Globe (Richard Dyer), September 1987

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