Levis' use of Dale's gorgeous interpretation of Handel's "Sarabande" may get the piece onto some groove-chillout albums, thus introducing a new generation (or market segment?) to classical music, rather in the way Kubrick's "Clockwork Orange" soundtrack brought Beethoven's ninth to the ears of thugs and neds in the early Seventies. The album is not, however, some dumbed-down colection of easy-listening muzak favourites for the musically unlettered, but rather an interesting palette of composers, including Ms. Dale's own own rather lush work. Recommended to lovers of the cello, lettered or unlettered.
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