Glasgow Herald

The veteran two-piano team of Anthony Goldstone and Caroline Clemmow have been torrential in delivering unfamiliar versions of classics from the hinterland of the repertoire. But in their latest disc, they have surpassed themselves. Everyone remotely au fait with the classical repertoire knows the Grieg Piano Concerto, but not in this two-piano version. The result is wonderful. The orchestral colour is missing, of course, but the detail and spirit of the original are faithfully captured, enhanced by lovely versions of the Peer Gynt Suite and Norwegian Dances. Only an oddball version of Mozart’s K545 C Major Sonata mars the bloom on an otherwise superlative enterprise.

—Michael Tumelty