"In the final resort all art is a resolution of disparate elements in an organic unity. The fact that these elements are potentially hostile gives a work its tension, without which it is lifeless. The fact that they are none the less capable of resolution gives a work its unity, without which it is unsatisfying. But if both these contrasting conditions are to be fulfilled, the material out of which music is to be fashioned must undergo a series of events whose relationship may be neither straightforward nor immediately apparent."

Peter Heyworth
Music Critic of The Observer

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