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Inspired by the ambience of the evening concerts he gave at various festivals,Matthew Wadsworth’s new disc is a relaxing programme of music for lute and theorbo.
Matthew Wadsworth has earned a reputation as one of the world’s finest lutenists. Working in the UK, Europe and North America as a soloist and chambermusician, he has appeared at most major concert halls and festivals, and can often be heard on radio, both in live performance and recordings.
Born in 1974, Matthew studied lute at London’s Royal Academy of Music with Nigel North, after which he spent a year at the Royal Conservatory ofMusic in The Hague.
Features the newly commissioned work of ‘The Miller’s Tale’, composed by Stephen Goss for Matthew Wadsworth, which received its world premiere on 6 March 2017 at London’s Wigmore Hall.
Also Includes works by Philip Rosseter, John Downland, Robert Johnson, Alessandro Piccinini, and Johammees Kapsberger.
Matthew Wadsworth’s previous solo disc released on Deux-Elles in 2003 ’14 Silver Strings’ DXL1044) was named Gramophone Editor’s Choice.
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