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Nicodé Ein Liebesleben and other piano works

Felix Draeseke’s description of Nicodé as ‘more a moderate progressive than a cacophonist’—in contrast to his younger contemporary Richard Strauss—may have been intended as a compliment, but doesn’t begin to do justice to this profoundly enjoyable music, its several influences (most notably Schumann) never far away.

Simon Callaghan, a devoted specialist in forgotten British repertoire, tackles this varied fare with aplomb.

BBC Music Magazine