I'm still looking for music that can touch and at best, can change things. This CD is just such. Reinhard Schwarz-Schilling belongs to the "lost" generation of German composers. Above all, the violin concerto is characterized by experiences from the war. The heartfelt slow movement is like a dirge over this terrible tragedy. But so sad that it is beautiful. As life itself can be felt. Much of the music is inspired by Bach and although there are good passages in the other works, the violin concerto highlight. This is music that reaches all the way.