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The English composer Samuel Wesley (1766-1837) wrote six symphonies, which hardly compares with his European contemporaries Haydn and Mozart who wrote 104 and 41 repectively. The five played on this Chandos CD by the London Mozart Players under Mathias Bamert have charm and vitality as well as obvious classical form and certain un-European eccentricities. The first in D, for instance, composed in 1781, includes an organ soloist who emerges from the ensemble on a skittish run. His presence keeps the music ecclesiastical which would have suited the wider Wesley family. Their modern religious thinking was far-reaching in its influence. Wesley's finales are inspired. The second in A has a smiling, whistleable tune not unlike Handel's Harmonious Blacksmith
. The third in D bounces out on a merry round dance. The last in B flat plays out the disc on a brilliant racing fugue. Funny if England were to discover she had composers back then after all. --Rick Jones