Late Night Lute
Late Night Lute (DXL 1175)
Inspired by his late night concerts, Matthew Wadsworth’s ‘Late Night Lute’ is a relaxing programme of music for lute and theorbo featuring the newly commissioned work ‘The Miller’s Tale’, composed by Stephen Goss, which received its world premiere at London’s Wigmore Hall in March 2017.  This is the much awaited disc by Matthew, whose first solo disc for Deux-Elles released in 2003 ’14 Silver Strings’ (DXL 1044) was named Gramophone Editor’s Choice. "Wadsworth's playing is sensitive and polished throughout throughout, and he draws sumptuous velvet sounds from both the 10-course lute and the 14-course theorbo....The recording is beautifully judged - detailed yet wrapped with a resonant halo." BBC Music Magazine, August 2017 View Booklet  
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14 Silver Strings
14 Silver Strings (DXL 1044)
This exciting disc places composers Kapsberger and Piccinini side by side for this recording focusing on music for the Chitarrone, or Theorbo.  Although they had radically different approaches to composing for the instrument, these works which have survived through the centuries serve as fitting tributes to both these extraordinary pioneers. * GRAMOPHONE EDITORS CHOICE * View Booklet View on iTunes View on The Classical Shop
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