"...I need not reiterate my comments on the validity of arrangements of Schubert’s chamber works, the excellence of the sound, the outstanding quality of the notes and the sheer competence of both Anthony Goldstone and Catherine Clemmow in realising these splendidly attractive works... I will add that I enjoyed and was moved by the repertoire on this disc ... I am not sure if there are any more of these ‘unauthorised piano duos’ in existence but if there are I most certainly cannot wait to hear them... the added value of this disc is the freshness that these performances and arrangements bring to these well-established chamber works."
John France - MusicWeb-International.com - July 2015
“ Once again, the piano duo of Goldstone and Clemmow has discovered works transcribed for piano, four-hands that are sure to fascinate not only fans of piano duets, but also those of the original composer. Goldstone and Clemmow’s dedication to expanding the piano duet repertoire has once again found treasure with these Schubert transcriptions."
All Music Guide (USA)
“These interpretations are as absorbing and entertaining as the arrangements themselves… they unfailingly bring to the fore both Schubert’s and Gahy’s flair for structure and melody”
“Beautiful playing, sympathetic recording, illuminating presentation… roll on Volume 3.”
Internationa; Record Review
“We are indebted to Goldstone and Clemmow. The playing is of the highest quality, the textural balance first-rate, and the sound quality excellent. Highly recommended.”
A Crawford Howie
“...a superlative husband and wife team of pianists… a cracking disc with a stunning transcription of the Arpeggione Sonata”
The Glasgow Herald
“Bright detailed recording, committed playing, good notes and design; if you want to hear these works as piano duets, no reservations.”
“The music [of the Trio] is sublime. Exquisite melodies pour out from a composer in full creative flow. Goldstone and Clemmow give a masterclass in the art of duet playing. They are completely sensitive to each other’s performance and play as one.”
International Piano Magazine
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